Nintendo of America released a brand new trailer for the highly anticipated Fire Emblem: Awakening for the Nintendo 3DS. Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime stated in the latest Nintendo Direct that the game will be coming to North America during the first half of 2013.

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  1. This game looks amazing. I was hoping for an announcement that Bravely Default Flying Fairy was coming to the US, but nothing yet. Leave luck to heaven.

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  2. Does this fire emblem game have that mechanic where if your character dies hes gone for good ? Anybody know and is the fighting system the same where it’s all automatic when it goes to the actual fight ?

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  3. Thanks to the Ambassador program I got to play SACRED STONES, I fell in love with the game! Then I got RADIANT DAWN for Wii but not as good as the handheld, currently I just got SHADOW DRAGON two Weeks ago and I’m loving it too.

    So excited about this game.

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    • The same here,played ingba but didn`t give a damn, played on 3ds and got in love with it, think i was not mature enough to enjoy it at gba time. Radiant Dawn is less fast paced then sacred stones. I am definitelly getting this one as soon as it launches, the portable side of the handhelds are what makes me love my gbas and DSs/3DSs, however my “home consoles” are just lying there for I do not have the time to sit and play and even when i had i played a lot more on handhelds, nowadays that got older and got a job and engineering college is also veeeerey time consuming, so time is a no no for me.

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    • Me too. I had never considered playing the series before but fell in love with Sacred Stones when I got it as an Ambassador. I bought Shadow Dragon not long after I beat it and I recently won a copy of Path of Radiance on ebay. I plan on getting Radiant Dawn next and thankfully my friend is willing to sell me his copy if FE7 for the GBA. I can’t wait for Awakening!

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