Nintendo Japan have begun to take pre orders for their latest New 3DS XL designs.The Super Famicom edition New 3DS XL will set you back 21,600 yen plus shipping of around 514 yen, while the Fire Emblem design will cost 20,304 yen with the same shipping costs of 514.
We got our first app last month with the new IP Miitomo, but now they have revealed two existing brands that will be getting apps in the future.We already told you about their reveal of when the NX is coming out and the delay of the new The Legend of Zelda, but in that also came a tease of two upcoming mobile apps.
The Fire Emblem series made a brief appearance during last night’s Nintendo Switch reveal, though it looks like there’s a lot more news from the series coming up.This has been made apparent by Nintendo, who has just announced that the next Nintendo Direct will take place on January 18th and will focus entirely on Fire Emblem.
Nintendo Mobile recently launched a new trailer introducing some of the playable characters in upcoming mobile game Fire Emblem Heroes.Titled ‘Heroes and Heroines’, the clip highlights notable characters from the original Fire Emblem game, Fire Emblem Fates: Birthright/Conquest, Fire Emblem: Awakening, like the Peerless Samurai, Ryoma the eldest of the Hoshidan Royal family with returning voice actor Matthew Mercer.
Featuring the game itself along with “a hardcover Valentia Artbook; a Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia Sound Selection CD; a Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia Pin Set depicting characters Alm, Celica and Marth; and a reversible cover sheet that looks like the packaging for the original Famicom game this new one is based on” fans will definitely want to snag this before it sells out.Which it will, if the limited edition of Fire Emblem Fates is anything to go by.
Even with the Nintendo Switch out, Nintendo is still showing the Nintendo 3DS plenty of love and this latest 3DS release just received a new trailer.Following this intro, we get a glimpse at the game’s map system, which definitely maintains a traditional look.
The Fire Emblem series was once exclusive to Japan, but it has really branched out to other regions like the US ever since we were introduced to Marth and Roy in Super Smash Bros.Following up on the major successes of recent entries, such as last year’s Fire Emblem Fates, Nintendo is remaking the second entry in the series, now known as Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia, which now has yet another gameplay trailer.