It's already halfway through the month, but better late then never — Nintendo is celebrating Women's History Month by featuring its most beloved female characters.
Fire Emblem: Awakening
Behold your favorite tacticians, warriors, mages and healers in the Greatest Game Art Ever, now with more Fire Emblem!
Straight from Fire Emblem: Awakening and Super Smash Bros. comes the Good Smile Company's depiction of the blue-haired heroine, Lucina.
Three of the main heroes from Fire Emblem: Awakening take on Captain Falcon in this awesome character announcement trailer.
Some brand new downloadable content called Summer Scramble was made available to download for fans of Fire Emblem: Awakening. But some of that content has been censored for North Americans.
Life and death are topics that should provoke intense discussion, even if its weighty themes are related to gaming. The casual mode feature in Fire Emblem: Awakening enables characters to be used in battles even if they are killed in the game. This variation led to differing viewpoints with developer Intelligent Systems.
Fire Emblem: Awakening sold over 180,000 copies in its first four weeks of release. Over 63,000 of those units were sold through the Nintendo 3DS eShop.
Fire Emblem Awakening, one of the first big hits for Nintendo this year, keeps the tactical goodness coming with more downloadable content set for release over the next few weeks.
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Fire Emblem Awakening is not slowing down when it comes to the strategic assault on our wallets. More downloadable content is on the way, as evidenced in the new DLC trailer, and we're not ashamed to say that we're all for it.