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Japan: Fire Emblem Echoes Limited Editions Come With Lots Of Goodies

Nintendo has confirmed that Japanese gamers have the option of two different limited edition versions of Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia for Nintendo 3DS. There’s the “Limited Edition” and “Valentia Complete” and both come with plenty of goodies.

The Limited Edition version retails for 6,980 yen plus tax and includes the bonuses below:

  • Fire Emblem Echoes software
  • TCG Fire Emblem 0 limited card “Alm”
  • Product code for DLC set that will be available when the game launches. This DLC  is a set that will make it easier to go through the early stages of the game.
  • Sound Selection Echoes CD featuring music from Fire Emblem Echoes’ arranged versions as well as the original Fire Emblem Gaiden’s music on Famicom.

The Valentia Complete version costs 10,980 yen plus tax and contains the following items:

  • Fire Emblem Echoes software
  • TCG Fire Emblem 0 limited card “Alm”
  • TCG Fire Emblem 0 limited card “Celica” (holographic)
  • Product code for DLC set that will be available when the game launches. This DLC  is a set that will make it easier to go through the early stages of the game.
  • Sound Selection Echoes CD featuring music from Fire Emblem Echoes’ arranged versions as well as the original Fire Emblem Gaiden’s music on Famicom.
  • Valentia Artbook featuring concept art and character illustrations.
  • Fire Emblem HD Movie Collection (Blu-Ray): HD videos showcasing scenes from Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn, Fire Emblem Awakening, Fire Emblem Fates, and Fire Emblem Echoes.

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Thanks to Pip for the tip!

20 comments

    1. I agree. Hopefully they don’t favor the japanese only here as I REALLY want the Valentia Complete with that Valentia artbook and HD movie collection

  1. Has anyone seen gameplay footage for this game yet? I’m confused about what it actually is. I know it’s not a full fledged 3ds FE game like Awakening and Fates.

    1. A readaption of one of the least impressive Fire Emblem titles, but with a new twist to it.

      There is new stuff like dungeon crawling, but I doubt there will be marriage or children.

      1. I wouldn’t call it the “least impressive,” they just tried out a lot of new things with it, giving it a much different feel than other FE games. Personally, it’s not my favorite, but I enjoyed Gaiden – it was an interesting experiment.

    2. I love fire emblem, but I am also a bit at a loss as to what this really is. I guess I’ll need to watch the direct also.

      1. Yea, i guess i should just watch the direct. But i did watch all of the trailers for the game on Gamexplain’s youtube channel, and im still confused as to what this game is, at least gameplay wise. Is it a GBA remake? Or is it a remaster? Or a new game? Are there new visuals altogether? None of this is explained or shown in the trailers. Maybe its in the direct..

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