Tag Archives: Fire Emblem Awakening
The Media Create will have the final say this Wednesday, but it seems like Fire Emblem Fates outsold Fire Emblem Awakening at launch. Fire Emblem Awakening sold 242,600 in its first week back in 2012. 3DS hardware sales hit 84,000 units that week. But don’t expect the same, 3DS market penetration was far lower back in 2012. Apparently, the game is selling out, even with new shipments coming in. The Nohr and Hoshido versions seemed to be selling similar.
slight addition to this, Nohr was more popular on the first day, Hoshido caught up on the next day and now both versions are gone
— Ｂｕｙ ☆ Ｋｉｓｅｋｉ！ (@CureVylash) June 29, 2015
This August will officially mark Chrono Trigger’s 20th anniversary here in the United States. Francis discusses how Square Enix could bring the classic JRPG back in addition to some games he feels ALMOST match the awesomeness of Chrono Trigger!
Masahiro Sakurai’s announcement of Robin and Lucina has spurred curious 3DS owners to pick up Fire Emblem Awakening on the eShop this past week. The standout game had been absent from the charts recently, but with Awakening’s characters being announced in Smash Bros. for Wii U/3DS, it seems 3DS owners wanted to learn more about the characters. The reveal trailer for Lucina and Robin was also the number video watched on the 3DS eShop. Get the full charts below.
Playeressence’s game of the year 2013 is on sale at Amazon for $31.99. Yes that is right, Fire Emblem Awakening has a slight discount, and it’s worth every single penny. Many of you guys know I’m a huge Fire Emblem Awakening fan, so it comes to no surprise I whole-heartedly endorse purchasing Fire Emblem Awakening for 3DS. Grab your copy here.
Amazon has two great deals on arguably the best JRPGs for the Nintendo 3DS. Users can pick up Bravely Default for $31.66. While Fire Emblem Awakening is on sale for $32. I call this the eternal pack, because both games pack an eternal amount of content. Some of the best value in gaming I’ve ever experienced. Hit the hyper links on each game to get the deal. And remember, I’ll be having my Bravely Default discussion and review up this weekend on PE Reviews, so that should be a lot of fun.
Wow, what a deal! Best Buy currently has Fire Emblem Awakening on sale for $14.99. Fire Emblem Awakening is the highest rated and highest selling game in the franchise. It’s a must own. Grab your copy here.
The Spike VGX Awards have gone live with their poling for multiple awards. Head over their and vote for your game of the year, RPG of the year, most anticipated, and more. Fire Emblem Awakening has been nominated for RPG of the year, as well as Pokemon X & Y. Head over there and show the clearly bias Spike Awards, that Nintendo fans have a voice. See the listing here.
Check out this interview with one of the Fire Emblem Awakening developers, where he discusses his favorite character and this awesome figurine of Tharja.
VGChartz is tracking the brilliant SRPG, Fire Emblem Awakening, past the 1 million units sold mark, which marks the first time in the franchises history to ever break past that milestone.
Nintendo and Atlus have a deal for you! When you purchase and register Shin Megami Tensei 4 & Fire Emblem Awakening, you get $30 in eShop credit! More details below.
It looks like there might be an amazing deal going on between Nintendo and Atlus. If you purchase Fire Emblem Awakening and Shin Megami Tensei 4, then register both of them on Club Nintendo, it looks like you’ll be getting $30 in credit back.
This is one of those stories that only comes from Japan, the persistence of Japanese developers is amazing. Fire Emblem Awakening is one of the best games I’ve ever played, could have been the final game in the long running series if sales weren’t good.
If you haven’t picked up Fire Emblem Awakening, Super Mario 3D Land, or Mario Kart 7 by now, Best Buy is the place to go. You can save as much as $15 bucks on some of the best 3DS games on the market.
Furious Francis continues his E3 countdown, discussing Shin Megami Tensei X Fire Emblem for the Wii U. Could this game be better than Xenoblade Chronicles 2 and Mario on Wii U?
Nintendo has an amazing deal lined up that can net 3DS owners with a free game. The promotion is called So Many Games. If users register three games out of the list of eight, Nintendo will give you a free game from that list.
Fire Emblem Awakening is one of my favorite games ever made. It has a fantastic story, great battle system, and looks amazing on the 3DS XL. Nintendo has also offered some uncharacteristic DLC support for the game. Here is what to expect in the next round of DLC.
Nintendo Reports Strong Sales of key Titles like Luigi’s Mansion, Fire Emblem Awakening, and Star Fox 64 3D
Nintendo wrapped up their 3DS focused Nintendo Direct this morning, and information on the firm just keeps pouring in. Reggie Fils-Aime has reported strong sales for a number of AAA 3DS titles. Check it out below.
My my first play through of Fire Emblem Awakening, I didn’t even notice the characters have really weird-looking feet. There almost like pegs with points. When asks about these deformed feet, the developers laugh at almost every opportunity.
Furious Francis reviews the highly acclaimed strategy RPG title, Fire Emblem Awakening, As well as an overall discussion on the game. Check it out below, and remember to subscribe to us on Youtube!
Hoping for Nintendo to release DLC to make earning renown points faster in Fire Emblem Awakening? Well, that probably won’t be happening anytime soon, as there is nothing planned to make the slow process faster. Details and direct quotes from Nintendo below.
The Fire Emblem Awakening team argued over the inclusion of Casual Mode in the game. Casual mode allows defeated units to come back after the battle is over. In past Fire Emblem games, defeated units were lost forever. Check out the interview about the Casual mode being included in the game below.