Fire Emblem: Awakening domain registration hints at US release

By Matt Williams, Wednesday, 25 April 2012 00:33 GMT

Nintendo of America registered the domain over the weekend, suggesting the 3DS tactical role-playing game may be heading stateside after all.

The domain was registered on April 22, along with the domains and, both of which were announced over the weekend.

The title released in Japan on April 19. Although a European release has been confirmed for later this year, a US release is yet to be formally announced.

Thanks, Gematsu.

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