The official Fire Emblem art book, The Art of Fire Emblem Awakening, is finally hitting store shelves. It's been quite a while and the game's been out on shelves a long time, but there's finally a release date for the art book! Hit the jump for more.
Max Factory has a new Fire Emblem: Awakening figure on the way next year. The 1/7 scale Cordelia—based on illustrations by character designer Yusuke Kozaki—is due out next April, with some retailers getting it in June, and will be priced at a suggested ¥15,556. More after the jump.
Everyone's favorite weapon-forging web series, Man at Arms, is back with another real-world crack at a fantastic video game blade. This time Tony Swatton and co. are taking on Chrom's Falchion from Fire Emblem: Awakening, so see how the final product turned out after the jump.
Yesterday we posted about an upcoming collaboration between Fire Emblem: Awakening and Monster Hunter Frontier G. Now the latter's official YouTube channel has a video showing how the Chrom and Lucina costumes look in the upcoming Wii U version of Frontier G. See for yourself past the jump.
Monster Hunter Frontier G is getting ready to mix in a little Fire Emblem: Awakening thanks to an upcoming collaboration. According to Japanese gaming mag Famitsu, Chrom and Lucina costumes will be included in the Wii U version. More after the jump.
We've shared a few of the treats from this summer's Wonder Festival, but there's even more figure goodness to look forward to for Nintendo fans. As seen on Inside Games, one of the impressive displays on hand was MediCom's Real Action Hero Link figure. That, Marth, and more past the jump.
Nintendo has a special deal for 3DS players with a taste for role-playing and tactics: Purchase both Shin Megami Tensei IV and Fire Emblem: Awakening and register the games with your Club Nintendo account and you'll receive a $30 credit to use in the 3DS eShop. More after the jump.
Well, folks, it's official: Nintendo hates butts! Or at least that's what I choose to take away from the North American and European branches' censoring of an ever-so-slightly suggestive image that appears in the latest batch of Fire Emblem: Awakening DLC. Pics and more past the break.
One of the Fire Emblem series' chief characteristics is the brutal manner in which you can straight up lose a party member forever. That permanence plays a big role in the strategy-RPG's design, so when Casual mode was initially suggested for Fire Emblem: Awakening, director Genki Yokota said "no way." Read on for more.
Fire Emblem: Awakening—which made its debut on Nintendo 3DS in North America last month—has plenty of pay DLC in the pipeline, but Nintendo is also offering up some freebies via SpotPass. First up is a map called "A Hard Miracle," which is available today, with more free content to come through spring. More after the jump.
Fire Emblem: Awakening hasn't even been out for a month yet, but there's already plenty of DLC to check out. A recently released trailer dives into the details of what you can expect to get out of the stuff that's available in the store currently, from the Champions of Yore packs to Rogues & Redeemers. Hit the jump to watch.
Gamers have been waiting with baited breath for the 3DS debut of Nintendo's premiere strategy-RPG Fire Emblem, and the tag-team of Nintendo and Intelligent Designs have delivered in a big way. Past the jump, check our review, and find out why Fire Emblem Awakening is a must-have title--even if you're a novice at strategy games!