Tag Archives: fire emblem
Thu, Nov 07, 2013 | 08:18 GMT
Super Smash Bros. has added Fire Emblem hero Marth to the fight roster. Nintendo has released a solitary screenshot to go along with the announcement.
Fri, Jul 19, 2013 | 05:07 BST
Nintendo Japan has filed two new trademarks, for Fire Emblem and Emblem. While the trademarks have sparked speculation that a new title is imminent, Fire Emblem: Awakening is still pretty fresh, so don’t get too excited. As for why Nintendo didn’t already hold these trademarks, there was some talk of Awakening being the last entry in the series – before it went on to win hearts, fire loins and sell gangbusters. The Japanese language trademarks are viewable on DualShockers.
Fri, May 03, 2013 | 18:39 BST
Summer Scramble, the latest DLC released for Fire Emblem: Awakening, has been reportedly edited by Nintendo in North America and Europe due to it showing off the bottom-most part of Tharja’s buttocks.
Tue, Apr 02, 2013 | 22:46 BST
“That’s not Fire Emblem,” one Intelligent Systems staff member said when confronted with the idea of introducing a Casual mode to turn-based RPG series Fire Emblem, which traditionally punishes carelessness with permadeath.
Tue, Jan 29, 2013 | 20:34 GMT
Fire Emblem: Awakening has a new trailer available, which shows you how the game’s character progression system will work. The game contains 40 classes which can be changed using certain items and weapons, and you can also upgrade to a higher class. Fire Emblem: Awakening is out on February 4 in North America on 3DS and sometime during April in Europe.
Sat, Jan 12, 2013 | 14:36 GMT
A Fire Emblem: Awakening 3DS bundle has been announced by Nintendo of America for the US and Canada. Announced overnight through Twitter, the hardware bundle contains a cobalt blue 3DS with the game’s logo etched on it – same as the one released in Japan back in April 2012 – and the game itself is pre-installed on the system. NoA didn’t provide a price for the bundle, but said more information will be made available soon. Shots of the lovely colored 3DS and its box are below. A demo for the game will be made available on the eShop January 17. It releases through the shop and at retail February 4 in North America. The game lands in Europe in April
Thu, Jun 07, 2012 | 06:16 BST
Nintendo has confirmed that Intelligent Systems’ tactical RPG Fire Emblem: Awakening is on the way to the US.
Sat, Apr 28, 2012 | 17:37 BST
Media Create has reported that Fire Emblem: Awakening sold through 81.63% of its debut shipment in Japan. The firm attributed the success of the title to being heavily promoted, as well as the updated character designs and new game systems. Awakening debuted at number one on the charts, moving 242,600 copies during its first week. Thanks, Siliconera.
Sat, Apr 21, 2012 | 15:37 BST
Nintendo announced many, many things during Nintendo Direct. Things such as: a release date for Rune Factory 4, daily DLC for Heroes of Ruin, and extra information on Mario Tennis Open. Below the break is a bullet list of some of the announcements, and also be sure to keep refreshing the front page for the larger bits hitting the site.
Thu, Mar 01, 2012 | 08:19 GMT
Nintendo’s announced a new 3DS colour for Japan in the form of Cobalt Blue.
Sat, Feb 14, 2009 | 22:37 GMT
Speaking to IGN, Denise Kaigler, Nintendo’s vice president of corporate affairs, has said the company sees zero threat in iPhone or PSP, because is applauds “any device that spurs interest in on-the-go gaming, because that helps expand a form of entertainment that has always been one of our core strengths”.
Kaigler went on to say that “consumers purchased 9.95 million hardware systems in the United States [last year], an all-time record for a portable system. On top of that they bought nearly 60 million games for Nintendo DS. Clearly people are still finding fun and interesting ways to spend their time with the system.”
With Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon coming in February, followed by Pokemon Platinum and GTA: Chinatown Wars in March and Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time coming this spring, Kaigler concluded:
“Nintendo DS and the upcoming Nintendo DSi will continue to stand out with games and experiences that just aren’t possible on any other system.”
Good for you, Denise.
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