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.
Naturally, there’s a few endings to explore, ones that’ll have you either praising the sun or succumbing to the dark below.The spoiler boss, deadliest of all Dark Souls III fiends.
London-based startup Plumis has come up with a solution: when its Automist Smartscan heat sensor detects a blaze, a jet releases a burst of targeted high-pressure mist, using 90 per cent less water than traditional sprinklers.The system's ability to reduce heat during a fire – water mist reduces the oxygen concentration in a fire zone – allows people in danger to navigate burning rooms more safely.
3DS platformer Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice will release on September 27, 2016 in North America and September 30, 2016 in Europe, SEGA has announced, almost one year later than originally planned.The game had originally been due to launch in winter 2015, but was pushed back "to make sure [it] has the time and polish needed".
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.