Over six months had passed since Nintendo revealed any information on the forthcoming Fire Emblem: Three Houses. It will take another five months for the game to finally hit the Switch, so a pair of staffers have fun analyzing the latest trailer.
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Nintendo devoted five minutes of its Direct to covering Fire Emblem: Three Houses. The game has been pushed back from its planned spring release, but now has a firm date and a special edition.
Previous Fire Emblem titles were self-contained, but Fates is a different experience in its structure. Nintendo and Intelligent Systems made some interesting decisions here, and we delve into them at length.
The Switch Fire Emblem title has at last been unveiled. Fire Emblem: Three Houses is set for next year, and will provide a new spin on combat with high-powered individual units being supported by additional troop formations.
The Langrisser series has only come across the Pacific legitimately on two occasions in different centuries, and neither is the high point of a venerable...
The last DLC pack for Fire Emblem Warriors is getting ready to release and Nintendo has detailed just what is coming. As a hint, it involves some fan-favorite Awakening characters.
Three more warriors from Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon are making their way to the Fire Emblem-Dynasty Warriors mashup. This second DLC pack is set to arrive next week.
Koei Tecmo’s Musou machine is still chugging along at a decent pace. Fire Emblem’s crossover allows the series to add in a few interesting tactical options.
A continent divided in half between those who indulge pleasure centers nonstop and those who ceaselessly strive to root out any signs of weakness was bound to have problems. It should surprise no one that conflict is the means of resolution. Jedah is no fun.
When made to choose between loyalty and lineage, sometimes the best option is to run away, forge a new path, and convince others to join. Either that, or choose to participate in the newest Super Smash Bros. You’d think I’d be sick of hearing “you are the ocean’s grey waves” after all this time, but you’d be wrong.
Corrin’s army rides again in the Pokémon Red of Fire Emblem Fates. Meet the noble warriors of Hoshido, then teach them to love and to kill.
It is possible that other adopted children in the world will occasion physical fighting to the death between the responsible parties to sort out familial relationships. It doesn’t seem like a common occurrence, though.
The sixth Fire Emblem in English, and the thirteenth overall, is almost available for the perusal of the masses. Is it dead on arrival, or will it knock you dead? One way to find out is reading this review.
Nintendo made a regular pattern of bringing Fire Emblem games across the Pacific for awhile, then broke it with this game. That wasn’t a nice thing to do to the fans.
In today’s series, the consequences of failure are painful and unavoidable. Learn why we prefer to tempt death on a regular basis in one of...
In the dark of the night, every time I turn the light, I feel my friends are off to heaven, in the dark of the night. I wonder why we waste our lives here, when we could run away to paradise, but I am caught in some invisible vice and I can’t get away, to live and die every day.
Here’s a second glance at Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon. Does it outshine the rest of the tactical offerings on the DS or stay hidden in the shadows?
A DS died and had to be resurrected for this review to be created, which is oddly prophetic. Find out why by reading further.