|Platform 3DS||Publisher Nintendo||Developer Intelligent Systems||Release Date 02/04/2013|
By Alexa Ray Corriea on Jan 30, 2013 01.30.13
Developing relationships add a layer of humanity and warmth to a game of military tactics Awakening's story focuses on a player-created Tactician character and Prince Chrom, heir to the throne. His country of Ylisse faces imminent invasion from a neighboring nation and an outbreak of attacking undead soldiers. As Prince Chrom's new tactician, you lead his ragtag army of assorted job classes into battle against the warring nation. The plot of Awakening is linear, but there are enough extra missions and unpredictable plot twists to hold attention. Picking up optional fighters via sidequests adds narrative depth — especially when these characters have connections to others currently in your party. The relationships between characters develop and strengthen through...
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By Jenna Pitcher on Sep 26, 2013 09.26.13
Nintendo Australia plan to offer EB Expo 2013 attendees the opportunity to get hands-on with the Nintendo 2DS, as well as several upcoming titles for the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS, the company announced today. At the event, fans will be able to play The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, Sonic Lost World, Professor Layton, Azran Legacy and Pokémon X and Y. Playable Wii U titles include The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD, Super Mario 3D World, Wii Party U and Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze. The Nintendo booth will offer StreetPass and multiplayer support for Nintendo 3DS users. Attendees are also invited to bring their copy of Pokémon Black, Pokémon White, Pokémon Black 2 or Pokémon White 2 for the opportunity to get Legendary Pokémon, Giratina. EB Games Expo...
By Samit Sarkar on Jul 09, 2013 07.09.13
Nintendo 3DS owners who pick up both Fire Emblem: Awakening and Shin Megami Tensei 4 will be able to register the games on Club Nintendo and get a $30 credit in the eShop on 3DS or Wii U, Nintendo and Atlus announced today. The promotion runs from Shin Megami Tensei 4's North American release date, July 16, through Aug. 31. It applies in the U.S. and Canada for retail and digital copies of both games; they just have to be registered to the same account by the end of August. After registration is complete, customers will be required to complete registration surveys — also by the Aug. 31 deadline — in order to receive the credit. Club Nintendo members will be able to use the credit for any purchases in the eShop. Fire Emblem: Awakening launched to critical acclaim in North America...
By Samit Sarkar on Mar 19, 2013 03.19.13
Nintendo is bringing a handful of Wii U and Nintendo 3DS titles to PAX East 2013, including major upcoming games such as Pikmin 3 and Animal Crossing: New Leaf, the company announced today. Nintendo's PAX East slate features seven Wii U titles and nine 3DS games, as well as the Wii Street U app. The lineup contains a mix of unreleased titles and games that are already available. Here's the full list: Wii U: Pikmin 3 The Wonderful 101 Lego City Undercover Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate Need for Speed Most Wanted U New Super Mario Bros. U Nintendo Land Wii Street U 3DS: Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon Animal Crossing: New Leaf (guided demonstration) Lego City Undercover: The Chase Begins Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity HarmoKnight Kersploosh! Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate ...
By Michael McWhertor on Mar 14, 2013 03.14.13
Nintendo 3DS role-playing game Fire Emblem Awakening had the "best first month sales in franchise history," according to Nintendo of America, selling more than 180,000 units in its first four weeks on sale. More than a third of those sales — roughly 63,000, Nintendo says — were digital units sold through the Nintendo 3DS eShop. Nintendo says the previous entry in the series, Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon for Nintendo DS, has sold "a little more than 250,000 units" since launching in the U.S. in February 2009. Developed by Intelligent Systems, Fire Emblem Awakening was released on Feb. 4, 2013, and will be available in Europe on April 19. Read Polygon's review of the game for more information.
By Alexa Ray Corriea on Mar 13, 2013 03.13.13
Fire Emblem: Awakening will continue to receive free downloadable content via the Nintendo 3DS' SpotPass feature through April, Nintendo announced today. Beginning today, players can download the first free add-on map, "A Hard Miracle," which will ally protagonist Chrom and his band of fighters with a mysterious woman on a quest to thwart a kidnapping. The next map, "Ghost of Blade," will be available on March 28, adding a sidequest story of ghosts and sacrifices, April 11 will see the release of "The Wellspring of Trust," a higher-level challenge map, and on April 25 players can download "The Radiant Hero," an island map through which Chrom and his team will seek a hero of legend. Other bonus items will be distributed through SpotPass during this time, including new weapons,...
By Alexa Ray Corriea on Feb 26, 2013 02.26.13
The next round of downloadable content for Fire Emblem: Awakening on Nintendo 3DS adds a new powerful class as well as two additional playable characters, Nintendo has announced. The video above begins with a quick recap of the add-on packs released earlier this month for Awakening — the Champions of Yore packs, Golden Pack and Lost Bloodlines Pack — before diving into an explanation of this new DLC. In the new Smash Pack, protagonist Chrom and his army are caught in the bitter struggle between classic franchise heroes Roy and Ike. Players must ally with Roy against Ike before turning to join with Ike against Roy, then face both legendary heroes at once in a two-on-one battle. Completing the Smash pack's mission will grant players access to legendary character Eirika, first...
Luigi's Mansion 2, Fire Emblem: Awakening, Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity and Animal Crossing: New Leaf dated for Australian 3DS
By Jenna Pitcher on Feb 25, 2013 02.25.13
Following the recent Nintendo Direct, Nintendo Australia today revealed the release dates for four Nintendo 3DS games, including Luigi's Mansion 2, Fire Emblem: Awakening, Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity and Animal Crossing: New Leaf. Luigi's Mansion 2 is coming on March 28. Using the Poltergeist 5000, and the Dark-Light Device, Luigi must capture ghosts from five mansions and restore the Dark Moon. The puzzle-centric game uses the Nintendo 3DS's gyroscope and accelerometer in gameplay and features multiplayer. Fire Emblem: Awakening will launch on April 20. Intelligent System's turn based strategy role playing game features 40 character classes, the ability to breed in-game characters and a multiplayer mode called Dual Tag. Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity i...
By Samit Sarkar on Feb 14, 2013 02.14.13
Fire Emblem: Awakening will be available April 19 on Nintendo 3DS in Europe, Nintendo announced today during its European Nintendo Direct presentation. The European launch will take place exactly one year after the Japanese release date. Awakening launched Feb. 4 in North America. "I sincerely apologize to you all for waiting such a long time after the Japanese and American launches," said Nintendo of Europe president Satoru Shibata during the presentation. In an effort to make up for the delay, Nintendo will give European Fire Emblem fans will an exclusive Fire Emblem: Awakening bundle on launch day. It will feature a blue Fire Emblem-branded 3DS XL that has a copy of the game pre-installed on it; the bundle that was released in Japan and North America only included a standard 3DS. ...
By Alexa Ray Corriea on Feb 08, 2013 02.08.13
The second round of downloadable content for Fire Emblem: Awakening on 3DS is now available, and adds a new battle map and a classic series hero to players' games, Nintendo has announced. Champions of Yore 2 costs $2.50 and adds a new battle map accessible through the Outrealm Gate. The map is based on chapter one of Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon, the 2007 Nintendo DS remake of the original 1990 Fire Emblem. Players will be joined by three additional NPC units that are characters from previous Fire Emblem games: The Sacred Stones' Eirika, Blazing Sword's Lyn, and Celica from Fire Emblem Gaiden. For completing the DLC mission, players will have series hero Roy added to their party as a level 11 Mercenary. Awakening's first piece of DLC, Champions of Yore 1, was made available on launch...
By Megan Farokhmanesh on Feb 03, 2013 02.03.13
Copies of Fire Emblem: Awakening might not arrive at several retailers in time for the game's Feb. 4 release date due to shipping errors, Game Informer reports. Best Buy, GameStop and Amazon are all affected businesses, though not every location will experience delays. Some Best Buy stores have quoted Feb. 6 as an expected date, while different GameStop locations are predicting as late as Feb. 8. Amazon does not offer an estimated date, though it does include a notice for a potential shipping delay as a result of manufacture fault. We have contacted Nintendo for comment and will update accordingly. Fire Emblem: Awakening will release exclusively for Nintendo 3DS. Read our review here. Update: Nintendo responded with the following statement: "Nintendo makes every effort to make sure...