We all got incredibly excited when we found out from Nintendo Australia that Fire Emblem 3DS was destined for release this year. However, that excitement hasn’t lasted long as the company has sent out an amendment email stating that there was an error in the listed release dates of Nintendo 3DS titles for 2015. Whether Fire Emblem 3D is coming this year is anyone’s guess.
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This should come as great news for Fire Emblem fans as Nintendo of Australia says that the newly announced title will be coming this year to the Nintendo 3DS. The news was announced in a recent Nintendo of Australia news letter which says Fire Emblem 3DS is coming this year along with previously revealed titles such as Xenoblade Chronicles 3D and Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D.
Nintendo of America and Europe has confirmed during today’s Nintendo Direct presentation that a new Fire Emblem title is coming to the Nintendo 3DS. Details are fairly scarce, but the company has confirmed that the game is coming.
Sellers on popular online site eBay are currently selling reprinted editions of Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn on the Wii. They are genuine copies from Nintendo that are marked with a 2014 release date. If you’re after the game then be prepared to fork out $79 for the privilege of owning Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn.
In the market for a high quality Figma Figure? Well import retailer Play Asia is starting to take pre-orders for this attractive Lucina figure. Thankfully the price isn’t too high as you can pick one up for $63.99 if you’ve got some spare cash. Without further ado here’s the all-important details.
- Non Scale Pre-Painted PVC Figure
- Material: PVC and ABS
- Height: approx. 140mm
- Limited availability
From the smash 3DS tactical hit Fire Emblem Awakening, Lucina makes a dazzling appearance just like in the game! As the future daughter of Chrom who traveled back in time to avert the crisis in her own period, this figma has been one that Fire Emblems fans have been waiting for.
Featuring special smooth plastic – from her joints to her multi-tiered and removable cape, recreate epic poses that accentuate her skill in swordsmanship, a skill which her father taught her.
Lucina also comes with a variety of different parts, namely 2 different facial expressions: her stoic and confident stare and a waifu material face; she also comes with alternate disguise parts which allow for her transformation as seen in the game, and this includes an variant hairstyle to complete the get-up.
Finally, aside from the included character stand, Lucina will be brandishing the divine Falchion, and special handle parts can be attached to the scabbard making it easy to display a sheathed version!
Some of you may wish to celebrate as Nintendo of America has confirmed that Fire Emblem for the GameBoy Advance will be available to download in the United States on the Wii U Virtual Console tomorrow. You’ll be able to purchase Fire Emblem for $7.99 and the story of the acclaimed game is as follows.
After centuries of peace, smoldering rivalries threaten to set the world aflame in a blaze of battle! The drums of war beat, noble houses plot treason, and allies becomes enemies. As Lycia stands poised for war, a shadowy figure manipulates empires for his own ends. Lyn, Eliwood, and Hector are brave warriors that are prepared to fight back the forces that would destroy their homeland. Help them gather other heroes to fight beside them, taking care that they do not fall in battle; otherwise they are lost forever. Plan your strategy and command the field of war as you train and learn each unit’s strengths and weaknesses. Become a master tactician, and douse the embers of war before they burn the world to ash!
A rumour currently circulating the internet suggests that Fire Emblem: Awakening’s Tharja was removed as an assist trophy in Super Smash Bros so that the company could avoid giving the game a higher ESRB age rating. The reason for her removal was apparently due to her revealing clothing which supposedly didn’t go down to well with the ERSB. Tharja was previously censored by Nintendo of America in Fire Emblem: Awakening’s “Summer Scramble” DLC.