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Official Nintendo site mentions Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes demo

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It seems as though Nintendo is planning to release a demo for their upcoming Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes giving fans a taster of what to expect from the eagerly anticipated game. The listing for the demo has appeared on the official Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes product page via the Nintendo of America website, so it seems likely it will be coming soon. Our preview for the Fire Emblem Warriors spin-off will also be published reasonably soon, so keep an eye for that. Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes is due for release worldwide on the Nintendo Switch family of systems on 24th June.


2 thoughts on “Official Nintendo site mentions Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes demo”

  1. If you ask me, a demo would be one of the best marketing moves for this game. Sure it’s Fire Emblem which is now a popular Nintendo IP, but it isn’t that Fire Emblem, with the turn-based strategy and the overhead grid-based movement, maybe not even with the support conversations. It could be good, as long as the combat isn’t mindless like most DW-esque games tend to be, and if they don’t lie about what the story will entail like they did with Age of Calamity (you know the story from BotW, but guess what? You rewrite history and nobody dies! Even though the game’s shop page literally states that “this is the only way to see what really happened 100 years before Breath of the Wild”, and as we know, everyone died!).

    1. cries inside Cowards. I’m so tired of only getting to see the aftermath of horrible events in LoZelda games. The flooding of Hyrule, the war that led to Ocarina of Time, the war against the Demon King Demise & his army of demons, etc. I guess that’s what draws me to Fire Emblem (and Warriors/Musou) games. They actually let you see war-time events. It’s one if the only Nintendo franchises that don’t shy away from that shit. Even in Majora’s Mask, you only see the aftermath of stuff like Mikau’s death, and that’s the darkest entry in the franchise. And b4 some idjit says it, no, you don’t need to be gory & bloody to show this kind of stuff. Jackson’s Lord of the Rings trilogy, for instance.

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