Nintendo has confirmed that Ike's Amiibo will be released during wave 3 in February of 2015, along with Lucario, Bowser, Rosalina and Luma, Sheik, Toon Link, King Dedede, Meta Knight, Shulk, Sonic and Mega Man.
Posted on Nov 11 2014 11:57 AM.

Did You Know Gaming? has released a video featuring some interesting Fire Emblem facts that not all fans may not be aware of. Check it out below!
 

Posted on Nov 01 2014 03:25 PM.

Castle Siege returns from Super Smash Bros. Brawl as a playable stage in Super Smash Bros for Wii U. As such, the stage will also have an Omega/Final Destination form.
Posted on Sep 19 2014 05:18 PM.

Famitsu has revealed all of the alternate colors for Marth, Ike, Robin and Lucina in the new Super Smash Bros. games. 
 
Some of the alternate colors are using palettes that reference characters found in the Fire Emblem franchise. Those references are listed below with the number of the costume shown in the scans:
 
Marth: Roy/Eliwood (8th)
Ike: Greil (2nd), Zelgius (3rd), Sigurd (4th), Black Knight (7th), Chrom (8th)
Lucina: Nowi (2nd), Cherche (3rd), Cordelia (4th), Tiki (5th), Lissa (6th), Tharja (7th), Sumia (8th)
 
To view scans of the entire magazine, click here.
Posted on Sep 10 2014 12:18 PM.

Fire Emblem: Blazing Sword is now available on the Wii U eShop in Europe and it, along with digital downloads of Fire Emblem: Awakening, will be available with a 30% discount until August 28th.
Posted on Aug 22 2014 05:29 PM.

At this year's Summer Wonder Festival, Good Smile Company revealed the painted version of the Masked Marth Figma announced over a year ago. The figure itself has also been delayed until Winter 2015, which could also mean the beginning of next year.
 
Additionally, Empty has announced plans to release a chibi style Chrom figure, though no release date was given.
Posted on Jul 27 2014 02:30 PM.

Project: M's latest alternate costume is Ike, sporting the armor of Hector from Fire Emblem: Blazing Sword.
 
Check it out here!
Posted on Jul 22 2014 02:39 PM.

New details regarding Lucina and Robin in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U/3DS have been detailed in the latest issue of Famitsu Magazine.
 
All of Robin's special attacks have been detailed:
  • Neutral Special: Thunder > Elthunder > Arcthunder > Thoron
    ** Charging increases the level of magic, but also depletes the tome more quickly. Charges may be kept and charged again later, like Samus' Charge Shot.
  • Up Special: Elwind
    ** Robin shoots Elwind down as he propels himself upwards, running out of uses will prevent him from recovering.
  • Side Special: Arcfire
    ** Creates a pillar of fire when it hits an enemy.
  • Down Special: Nosferatu
    ** Recovers damage while damaging the target, it recovers additional damage when used from behind the target.
Robin's Forward Smash is also a Levin Sword, after so many uses it will become a Bronze Sword until it has recharged.
 
As for Lucina, she was once again confirmed to be a clone of Marth. Her power resides throughout the entire blade of her Falchion, as opposed to just the tip like Marth's. She also possesses a taunt that allows her to add and remove her mask. Kirby was also shown wearing her mask when he copies her ability.
 
The full scans may be viewed here.
Posted on Jul 16 2014 11:31 PM.

In today's Miiverse post from Sakurai, he talks about just how Robin's attacks will work.
 
"Pic of the day. The Levin sword and tomes are Robin's life lines. The Levin sword can be activated by using smash attacks--you can even activate these moves in midair! However, just like in the original game, the Levin sword can be used only a limited number of times before it breaks, at which point it takes some time to regenerate. When the Levin sword is unavailable, Robin fights using the bronze sword.
 
The way Robin launches Arcfire is kind of crazy—he or she calls down a bolt of flame from above, then launches a pillar of fire! By the way, Robin’s tome changes with each special attack."
 
It's great to see how much the character represents the series and its features, it appears that using the tactician will require players to manage their weapon uses carefully; now that's strategy!
Posted on Jul 16 2014 05:45 PM.

Following yesterday's reveal causing confusion for some as to whether or not Lucina is a clone or alternate costume, Sakurai's Miiverse post for today has shed some light on the subject.
 
"Pic of the day. Along with Robin, Lucina joins the battle!! Her physical ablilites are identical to Marth's--it must be in her D.N.A. However, where Marth's power is concentrated in the tip of the sword, Lucina's attack strength is balanced throughout the weapon, which might make her easier to control. She's also a little bit shorter than Marth.
 
With the Wii Fit Trainers, the male and female Robins, the Villagers, and Little Mac, varying their appearances and voices works just like selecting alternate color variations. However, whenever there is even a small difference in abilities, that character gets an actual roster slot. That is why you can select Lucina individually."

Posted on Jul 15 2014 09:08 PM.


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