Today, Nintendo UK released a short teaser of the games that are currently available in the Nintendo eShop, along with a few trailers of games to expect in 2017. Curiously enough, included in this list of games was the upcoming Fire Emblem Warriors and Xenoblade Chronicles 2. Fans of the Xenoblade series will know how many delays Xenoblade Chronicles X on Wii U experienced, so it’s nice to see this title confirmed for 2017 again. Fire Emblem Warriors was also included in this list, which is the partnership between Nintendo and Koei Tecmo to blend the gameplay of Dynasty Warriors with the world and lore of the Fire Emblem series. It’s coming out later in 2018 on Nintendo 3DS too, but this post makes it sound like the Nintendo Switch version of the game will arrive first in 2017. Are you excited about either of these titles? Which are you most looking forward to playing? Which game are you most excited to play on Nintendo Switch? [via Nintendo UK] Fire Emblem Warriors for 3DS – $39.99 Xenoblade Chronicles 2 – $59.99 READ FULL STORY AT NINTENDOTODAY!
Fire Emblem Warriors
About a few days after the Nintendo Switch Presentation a Nintendo Direct was released for the upcoming “Fire Emblem” games (not just “Fire Emblem Warriors”). I know western localization of “Fire Emblem” has been a topic of discussion on The Gaming Ground, but I would like to save that for if and when the time comes to review a few… READ FULL STORY AT THEGG!
Everything We Could Want for Fire Emblem, with a Total of Four New Games To think, we were already excited by the Nintendo Switch Presentation and their list of Fire Emblem games. Now Nintendo is happy to announce a cadre of titles coming to Nintendo 3DS, mobile, and the Nintendo Switch. Only one will be a mainline Switch release and it will be the first console-only release since Fire Emblem Radiant Dawn on Wii. You can learn all there is to know from the streamed earlier today. Check it out below: Big news for many titles this time around. It’s a good time to be a Fire Emblem fan. So let’s do a recap: Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia – A game that expands Nintendo’s Fire Emblem Gaiden with some innovation to series gameplay. Coming May 19, 2017 Two New amiibo released alongside FIre Emblem Echoes. Fire Emblem Mainline title – This is a Fire Emblem copy reserved for Nintendo Switch, implying that it will be the most high quality release. Moreover, it may serve the first Fire Emblem to utilize features like HD Rumble. We’ll have to wait until 2018 to see. Fire Emblem Warriors – From the creators of Hyrule Warriors, fans of the Warriors series, Fire Emblem, or even the last Zelda game can enjoy the mash…
Nintendo finally showcases the first gameplay of Fire Emblem Warriors by Koei Tecmo, and announces a New 3DS version. …Read More The post Fire Emblem Warriors for Nintendo Switch and New 3DS Shows First Gameplay in New Trailer by Giuseppe Nelva appeared first on DualShockers.
Today during its Treehouse event livestream, Nintendo announced that it will be hosting a Nintendo Direct dedicated to Fire Emblem, and the recently announced and revealed: Fire Emblem Warriors, on January 18th. …Read More The post Fire Emblem Nintendo Direct Announced for January 18th by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.
And Only Fire Emblem Fans May Be Able to Explain What’s Going on Among the many lively announcements at the Nintendo Switch Presentation, there was something extra special. Nintendo has officially announced our next Fire Emblem game. Fire Emblem Warriors seems like it may be the definitive name for the franchise. Why? Well, take a look at the trailer and let your nostalgia pinpoint certain teases. Will we see Roy, Ike, Corrin, Marth, Chrom, Ephraim? All of the above and more? This was only a tease, and it hurts so good. But if Nintendo is in fact hinting a comeback of characters, we have a game to rally behind. More over, will it be a game in the classic vein of turn-based strategy? Or will it be something else entirely? Nintendo Switch gets bonus points if we see the return of many fan favorites. Additional points if the actually manage to innovate the franchise in a positive way. From what we’ve learned about the system’s unique Joy-con controllers, new modes of gameplay are possible with first-party titles. Arms is just one example. But we’ll just have to wait and see what else comes. And now that we know, we can tell you: Nintendo Switch will be…