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Old 12-15-2016, 04:44 AM   #101
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Images From The Fire Emblem Mobile Game May Have Been Found While Data Mining Miitomo . December 14, 2016 . 8:00am

While data mining Miitomo, a peek at Nintendo’s upcoming Fire Emblem mobile game app may have been discovered,
including images files featuring artwork, a map, and more.

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While data mining Miitomo, a peek at Nintendo’s upcoming Fire Emblem mobile game app may have been discovered by The Cutting Room Floor’s Ehm2k. [Thanks, SerenesForest.]


Fire Emblem’s mobile game was announced back on April 27th and will be for iOS and Android devices. The new images found by data mining give us a look at some backgrounds, a map, and a stone structure. What further confirms these as files for the mobile game is the fact that one of the images contains the same emblem from the logo Nintendo revealed previously. In addition, some Legend of Zelda files were discovered, but it’s likely those were aren’t linked to any new or unannounced titles.






Miitomo is available for iOS and Android devices. Fire Emblem is currently slated to release for iOS and Android sometime in March 2017.

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New Era of Nintendo – The RundownToday in the Rundown,

we find out how Nintendo might be entering a new era with the release of their first big mobile game Super Mario Run. We also get the latest from the Star Trek and Star Wars universes, continue the battle with the controversial space exploration game No Man's Sky, find out what were the most googled words in 2016, and finally, have some very honorable new announcements about For Honor!

Today is the first day in what might be a new era for Nintendo. The gaming giant has begun rolling out their first big mobile game Super Mario Run on iOS devices. At the time we’re filming this, it’s available in most but not all countries, and comes in two different versions: a free demo that includes a handful of levels, or the much bigger complete version that costs $14 in Canada. Unfortunately, it won’t be out on Android devices until next year, and Nintendo says you’ll need a constant internet connection in order to play. The good news is that Nintendo promises there won’t be any pesky in-game microtransactions, so if you buy the full version, they won’t ask you for more money. Getting a big Nintendo icon like Mario onto mobile devices has been a long time coming. Nintendo had been holding out against the rising tide of mobile gaming for years, but finally relented last year after disappointing sales of the Wii U. Since then, they’ve made the social app Miitomo, and now that Super Mario Run is here, they’re working on mobile games based on other iconic franchises like Fire Emblem and Animal Crossing. So why might this be the start if a new era for Nintendo? Super Mario Run is expected to make a fortune, with some analysts predicting that it will even make more money than Nintendo’s traditional console and handheld games, something that could dramatically change the direction of the company. Thankfully, Nintendo says they’re committed to console gaming, and we hope that doesn’t change. Their latest system, the Switch, hits stores in March.


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Super Mario Run is now available for iOS via the App Store.
The game is available as a free download allowing players to try elements of the game’s three modes for free. A one-time payment of $9.99 will grant unlimited access to each of the three modes.
Here’s an overview of the game, via its App Store page:
■ About
A new kind of Mario game that you can play with one hand.
In this game, Mario constantly moves forward through the courses while you use a variety of jumps to navigate. Mario will behave differently depending on the timing of your taps, so it’s up to you to show off particularly smooth moves, gather coins, and reach the goal.
■ World Tour
Run and jump with style to rescue Princess Peach from Bowser’s clutches!
Travel through plains, caverns, haunted houses, airships, castles, and more…
Clear 6 worlds filled with 24 brand-new courses designed for one-handed play!
■ Toad Rally
Show off Mario’s stylish moves, compete against your friends and challenge people from all over the world.
A challenge mode where the competition differs each time you play.
Compete against the stylish moves of other players for the highest score as you gather coins and get cheered on by a crowd of Toads. If you’re impressive enough, the Toads may even come live in your kingdom.
You can also perform stylish moves to fill up your gauge and launch into Coin Rush!
*In order to play Toad Rally, you will need Rally Tickets that you can acquire in a variety of ways, such as clearing worlds or through bonus games in your kingdom.
■ Kingdom Builder
Gather coins and Toads to build your very own kingdom.
Create your unique kingdom with buildings and decorations that you acquire with the help of Toads gathered in Toad Rally.






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Old 12-17-2016, 04:31 PM   #103
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Nintendo just personally talked me out of buying Super Mario Run. I can't link My Nintendo account to it. It just won't let me. No error code. It just won't do it. I called Nintendo Support and they essentially told that it's a bummer and there's nothing they can do for me.

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Had no clue this was a free download. Good idea to let people demo before buying it. I like what I played of it so far but not sure I like that you automatically pass over obstacles and enemies if you dont tap

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I quite like Super Mario Run. At first, it might seem like a very short game, as there are only a few worlds, but that ignores the challenges against other players and the challenges to re-do the worlds and get the special coins, both of which are awesome and more fulfilling and challenging then they sound.

I'd say the game is worth the money. I'm still disappointed it requires an internet connection, but nevertheless, an awesome game and better than most mobile games.

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Blade Runner 2049 Unveiled – The Rundown

Today in the Rundown, we examine the first footage from the new Blade Runner movie, get old school with the classic science fiction movie Metropolis, get the latest from the Star Wars galaxy, take a look at the new Dynasty Warriors Dragon Quest games, and finally, head to the Mushroom Kingdom for the latest on Nintendo!


Over in Nintendo’s mobile world, Super Mario Run is a huge success, but not everything is good in the Mushroom Kingdom. Nintendo launched their first big mobile game on Thursday, and, according to the mobile analytics firm Sensor Tower, it earned more than $5 million in its first day. This makes it the fastest-selling mobile game in history, beating the previous record holder, Pokémon Go, by more than $2 million. Many people, including yours truly, were predicting that Super Mario Run would make a lot of money, but here’s where Nintendo might be running into a few problems: the game currently has a very low score of just 2.5 stars on the App Store user review page. This doesn’t bode well for the long-term success of the game, and has already caused Nintendo’s stock price to fall by around 10%. So why are users giving Super Mario Run bad reviews? Most of them appear to be complaining about the game’s price – it costs $10 in the US and $14 in Canada – but doesn’t have in-game microtransactions. Most mobile titles do it differently, being free to download but charging players later, so the average mobile users isn’t as willing to pay a premium price up front. This seems to indicate that the business model Nintendo’s is used to on consoles and handhelds just isn’t suited for the modern mobile market, which is something they’ll need to adjust to going forward since they’re planning to release more mobile games.


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Super Mario Run Grossed Roughly $5 Million Worldwide During Its First Day. December 19, 2016 . 9:30am

Super Mario Run became the top-downloaded iOS app in 80 countries, grossing roughly $5 million worldwide in its first 24 hours compared to Pokémon GO’s $3 million.

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Super Mario Run made its debut last week for iPhones and iPads, and Nintendo’s latest mobile endeavor passed Pokémon GO in total revenue from its first day. [Thanks, Sensor Tower.]

According to Sensor Tower, Super Mario Run became the top-downloaded iOS app in 80 countries, grossing roughly $5 million worldwide in its first 24 hours compared to Pokémon GO’s $3 million and Clash Royale’s $973,000 on their respective release days. Also, when it came to time spent playing the game, Super Mario Run racked up an average of 16 minutes, while Pokémon GO attained an average of 22 minutes and Clash Royale 28 minutes. It’s also worth noting that the app could see a spike in downloads next year when the version for Android is slated to release.

Super Mario Run is available for iOS devices and will release for Android in 2017.

Read more stories about Android & iOS & Super Mario Run on Siliconera.



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Super Mario Run Gets Holiday Decorations. December 19, 2016 . 11:03am

People can buy Christmas tree, poinsettia, and snow globe decorations to use in Super Mario Run’s Kingdom Builder.

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People’s kingdoms can get festive in Super Mario Run. Three new decorations have been added to the Kingdom Builder. It is now possible to add poinsettias, sparkly Christmas trees, and sparkly snow globes to your game.

You’ll need both Toads and in-game coins for these Super Mario Run items. The poinsettia is 500 coins and a sparkly Christmas tree is 1,500 coins. To get the sparkly snow globe, which has Mario in the center and Peach’s crown on top, you need to collect 30 Blue Toads, 30 Purple Toads, and 30 Yellow Toads. These items will be available to use year round, after you’ve purchased them. These will be available to buy until January 5, 2017.

Super Mario Run is available for Apple iOS devices.

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Super Mario Run’s Friendly Run Mode Will Let You Race Against Specific Friends. December 21, 2016 . 8:30am

Friendly Run mode lets you choose specific friends to race against, without using up your Rally Tickets, losing or gaining Toads.

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A new mode is now available in Super Mario Run. Friendly Run mode lets you choose specific friends to race against, without using up your Rally Tickets. [Thanks, NintendoEverything.]

Essentially a riskless version of Toad Rally, playing Friendly Run won’t cause you to lose or gain Toads. However, you can only play the new mode a limited amount of times per day, which are dependant on whether or not you have cleared the first world. If you have not cleared the first world, you can only play once a day. Clearing World 1 will let you play three times a day, while clearing World 2 will allow you to play Friendly Run up to five times. As another note, Friendly Run can only be accessed once you have completed the Kingdom Builder tutorial.

Here are the full details on Friendly Run mode from Nintendo:
“Looking to improve your performance in Toad Rally?
Eager to know how THAT person on your Friend List has been able to stay out in first place all week?
If this sounds familiar, you should try out Friendly Run, where you can casually compete against your friends!
No need for Rally Tickets in this mode!

How to Play Friendly Run

Step 1: Add a friend!
If you haven’t yet added a friend, this is the perfect opportunity!
You can add friends by going to your Friend List and then tapping Link, Invite, or Add.

Once the other person accepts your invitation, the process is complete!

Step 2: Choose your opponent from your Friend List!
Once a friend is added to your Friend List, you can challenge them to a Friendly Run!
Decide who to challenge from your list of friends and then tap the Run button to start!

About Play Limits
The number of times you can play in a day is determined by the progress you have made in World Tour.

Number of Daily Plays Available:

  • Haven’t cleared World 1: One time

  • World 1 cleared: Three times

  • World 2 cleared: Five times

Playing Friendly Run will not increase the number of enemies defeated, coins, and Toads.
You can play Friendly Run once you have completed the Kingdom Builder tutorial.”

Super Mario Run is available for iOS devices and will release for Android in 2017.

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Super Mario Run Sprints Its Way To 50 Million Worldwide Downloads. December 23, 2016 . 5:00am


We learned a couple days ago that Super Mario Run has dashed past 40 million global downloads, and Nintendo has provided another update with a new milestone of 50,000,000 worldwide downloads.

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We learned a couple days ago that Super Mario Run has dashed past 40 million global downloads, and Nintendo has provided another update with a new milestone of 50,000,000 worldwide downloads.

To celebrate hitting 50 million global downloads, Nintendo is giving away 10 Toad Rally tickets, used to compete in the Toad Rally.

Super Mario Run is available for iPhone and iPad.

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Nintendo Says It Would Like To Release Two To Three Mobile Games A Year . December 23, 2016 . 11:00am

NIntendo president Kimishima said that Nintendo hopes to be able to release about 2 or 3 mobile games in the next year, and that Super Mario Run’s 40 million downloads has met their expectations.

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With the release of Super Mario Run for smartphones just a little over a week ago, Nintendo has revealed in a recent interview that they have big plans for mobile gaming in the year 2017. [Thanks, NintendoEverything.]

Nintendo president Tatsumi Kimishima spoke to Kyoto Shimbun and discussed the company’s prospects into mobile gaming for the near future. Kimishima said that Nintendo hopes to be able to release about 2 or 3 mobile games in the next year.

When it comes to Super Mario Run, Kimishima says that the game’s 40 million downloads have “met their expectations,” and that he believes the app will grow to over 100 million downloads with time. Additionally, when asked about the topic of in-app purchases as well as microtransactions, Kimishima said parents won’t have to worry about spending large amounts of money. Kimishima also mentioned that expanding to making smartphone titles has further supported Nintendo’s console division, creating interest in the copmany and its upcoming new console, the Switch, with a larger audience.

In closing, Kimishima noted that they are listening to player feedback for Super Mario Run in order to further improve the app, mentioning that the number of paying players for the mobile game is “very high.”

To read more from the interview, you can go here.

Super Mario Run is available for iOS devices and will release for Android in 2017.

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Super Mario Run Stumbles From Its Previous Spot As Highest-Grossing App In Any Country. December 27, 2016 . 8:30am

Super Mario Run, started off strong on its first day of release, achieving the title of highest-grossing app in 80 countries. However, new data shows that Nintendo’s mobile endeavor has fallen from that top spot.

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Nintendo’s latest mobile endeavor, Super Mario Run, started off strong on its first day of release, grossing roughly $5 million in its first 24 hours and achieving the title of highest-grossing app in 80 countries. However, based on data gathered by App Annie, Bloomberg reports that the side-scrolling autorunner has fallen from that top spot.

It could be that the game’s pricing structure is in part to blame for this stumble in sales, with Super Mario Run requiring a $10 purchase to be able to enjoy all that the title has to offer. Apptopia suggests that, if Nintendo were to lower that price point to $2, they would see the app gross roughly $50 million for this month instead of the current $30 million.

However, despite this recent drop, Super Mario Run still remains the top-downloaded free app in 88 countries as of right now, and it is likely to get a boost in sales when the app releases for Android next year.

Super Mario Run is available for iOS devices and will release for Android sometime in 2017.

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Super Mario Run Android pre-registration opened
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Pre-registration for the Android version of Super Mario Run is now available on Google Play.



While a release date for the Android version has not been announced, users who pre-register will get a notification when the application becomes available.


Super Mario Run launched for iOS devices on December 15 and has since surpassed over 40 million downloads. Here’s a full rundown of the game:
■ About
A new kind of Mario game that you can play with one hand.
In this game, Mario constantly moves forward through the courses while you use a variety of jumps to navigate. Mario will behave differently depending on the timing of your taps, so it’s up to you to show off particularly smooth moves, gather coins, and reach the goal.
*Internet connectivity required to play. Data charges may apply.
■ World Tour
  • Run and jump with style to rescue Princess Peach from Bowser’s clutches!
  • Travel through plains, caverns, Ghost Houses, airships, castles, and more…
  • Clear 6 worlds filled with 24 brand-new courses designed for one-handed play!
*Access to all 6 Worlds subject to purchase.
■ Toad Rally
  • Show off Mario’s stylish moves, compete against your friends and challenge people from all over the world.
  • A challenge mode where the competition differs each time you play.
  • Compete against the stylish moves of other players for the highest score as you gather coins and get cheered on by a crowd of Toads. If you’re impressive enough, the Toads may even come live in your kingdom.
  • You can also perform stylish moves to fill up your gauge and launch into Coin Rush!
*In order to play Toad Rally, you will need Rally Tickets that you can acquire in a variety of ways, such as clearing worlds or through bonus games in your kingdom.
■ Kingdom Builder
  • Gather coins and Toads to build your very own kingdom.
  • Create your unique kingdom with buildings and decorations that you acquire with the help of Toads gathered in Toad Rally.
  • There are over 100 kinds of items in the Kingdom Builder feature!
*You will be able to download and enjoy a portion of Super Mario Run for free and can also enjoy all of the game content available after paying a set purchase price.
*We permit our third-party partners to collect data from this app for analytical purposes.
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Siri Has A Lot To Say About Super Mario Run . December 30, 2016 . 10:00am

Watch an array of Siri’s Super Mario Run responses in a compilation video that chronicles everything she has to say about Super Mario and his new game.

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Siri, the Apple iOS personal assistant program, isn’t all about practicality. There are a number of Easter egg questions you can ask for some occasionally wry responses. With the release of Super Mario Run, her repertoire has been expanded to offer responses related to Nintendo’s hero and application.

GameXplain has put together a Siri Super Mario Run commentary compilation, so people can see what she has to say about the game. Some of the comments are jokes, but she also offers tips. For example, she’ll say to play Toad Rally to earn more coins.



Super Mario Run is available for Apple iOS devices.

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Around 3% Of People Playing Super Mario Run Bought The Full Game. January 4, 2017 . 9:00am

Market research firm Newzoo has stated only around three million of the 90 million Apple iOS users who downloaded Super Mario Run have actually gone on to buy the full game.

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New sales figures on Super Mario Run have been published in The Wall Street Journal, thanks to information provided by Newzoo, a market research firm. While the Apple iOS game has been downloaded about 90 million times, only around three million people actually paid $9.99 for the full game. That’s about 3% of the people playing.

Newzoo also offered a Super Mario Run gross revenue estimate for the game. Based on its figures, it’s made in the vicinity of $30 million. These estimates are based on Super Mario Run’s performance in the first two and a half weeks of its lifespan, as it made its iTunes debut on December 15, 2016.

Super Mario Run is available for Apple iOS devices. An Android release date has yet to be announced, but people can pre-register and be notified when the game launches on Google Play.

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Super Mario Run for Android launches in March

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The Android version of Super Mario Run will launch via the Google Play Store in March, Nintendo announced.


Pre-registration is available now.


Super Mario Run launched for iOS devices on December 15 and has since surpassed over 40 million downloads. Here’s a full rundown of the game:
■ About
A new kind of Mario game that you can play with one hand.
In this game, Mario constantly moves forward through the courses while you use a variety of jumps to navigate. Mario will behave differently depending on the timing of your taps, so it’s up to you to show off particularly smooth moves, gather coins, and reach the goal.
*Internet connectivity required to play. Data charges may apply.
■ World Tour
  • Run and jump with style to rescue Princess Peach from Bowser’s clutches!
  • Travel through plains, caverns, Ghost Houses, airships, castles, and more…
  • Clear 6 worlds filled with 24 brand-new courses designed for one-handed play!
*Access to all 6 Worlds subject to purchase.
■ Toad Rally
  • Show off Mario’s stylish moves, compete against your friends and challenge people from all over the world.
  • A challenge mode where the competition differs each time you play.
  • Compete against the stylish moves of other players for the highest score as you gather coins and get cheered on by a crowd of Toads. If you’re impressive enough, the Toads may even come live in your kingdom.
  • You can also perform stylish moves to fill up your gauge and launch into Coin Rush!
*In order to play Toad Rally, you will need Rally Tickets that you can acquire in a variety of ways, such as clearing worlds or through bonus games in your kingdom.
■ Kingdom Builder
  • Gather coins and Toads to build your very own kingdom.
  • Create your unique kingdom with buildings and decorations that you acquire with the help of Toads gathered in Toad Rally.
  • There are over 100 kinds of items in the Kingdom Builder feature!
*You will be able to download and enjoy a portion of Super Mario Run for free and can also enjoy all of the game content available after paying a set purchase price.
*We permit our third-party partners to collect data from this app for analytical purposes.

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ok so this one confused the heck out of me with where to put this. it's still under the Nintendo brand but it's for smart phones so the latter would or should put it in the multi plat area but Nintendo has branched out into mobile. so i was struggling abit. if it should stay in the mobile area.


heck I gave it itown thread incase someone or one's misses it. and just wanted mario run for the time being. but as tronny said not alot of people on have taken to mobile yet. (or if they have they aren't talking enough)

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Nintendo has announced Fire Emblem Heroes for smartphones. It will launch as a free download with optional in-app purchases on February 2 on Google Play, and soon on iPhone and iPad. Google Play pre-registration begins on January 19.




In the game, you’ll wage strategic battles and level up Heroes from throughout the Fire Emblem series.


You’ll assume the role of a summoner and call upon Heroes from throughout the Fire Emblem series to assemble your dream army.
Maps are designed to fit your smartphone screen. Drag an ally to the enemy unit to attack or use traditional Fire Emblem controls. Maps require you to take advantage of terrain and plan carefully to achieve victory.


The iconic weapon triangle system returns, and you should plan your strategy around enemy attributes to ensure success. Characters in Fire Emblem Heroes are depicted in brand-new art, hand drawn by a variety of artists, and brought to life with newly recorded voices.




Alongside the main quest, other modes in the game like the “Training Tower” let you to level up your Heroes. As Heroes gain experience, players can use rewards they’ve earned to acquire new skills, level up Heroes, and increase ratings.




Nintendo has opened a website where users can vote for their favorite hero or heroine to be featured in Fire Emblem Heroes for an in-game event.




Here is the full press release summary from Nintendo:
Nintendo launches its next adventure when Fire Emblem Heroes arrives soon on mobile. For detailed information about release timings by platform, please check https://fire-emblem-heroes.com/.




Fire Emblem Heroes is an original strategy RPG about two warring kingdoms in a bitter clash. As a summoner, players build their army by calling upon popular Fire Emblem heroes from worlds that span the breadth of the series. Players will wage tactical battles streamlined for on-the-go play and level up a mix of new combatants and legendary heroes. Some familiar hero characters will become allies, while others will become enemy generals. Players can enjoy the full majesty of tactical role playing on bite-sized maps designed to fit nicely on a smartphone screen, even when playing in short bursts. Players lead their armies with easy touch-and-drag controls, including the ability to attack by simply swiping an ally hero over an enemy. If they manage to defeat every enemy on a given map, victory will be theirs. The heroes are depicted in new art hand-drawn by a variety of illustrators, and their voices have been newly recorded. Beyond the main story mode, players can engage in other modes to strengthen their army or to compete against others. Free and timely updates will add new characters and content for additional hours of gameplay as well. Fire Emblem Heroes will be available as a free download with optional in-app purchases available. Visit the Fire Emblem Heroes website for details about pre-registration.




To prepare for the launch of Fire Emblem Heroes, today Nintendo kicks off the Fire Emblem Heroes: Choose Your Legends event. Fans can visit https://events.fire-emblem-heroes.com/vote to browse through characters from the Fire Emblem franchise and select the ones they’d like to see make an appearance in Fire Emblem Heroes. The global community’s top-ranked hero and heroine will then be featured in Fire Emblem Heroes as Choose Your Legends event characters. Nintendo Account holders will receive a Platinum point bonus for voting.
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Nintendo has released a new trailer for Fire Emblem Heroes, its upcoming smartphone entry in the Fire Emblem series, introducing some of the game’s heroes and heroines.




Introduced in the trailer include:
  • Ryoma (voiced by Matt Mercer, illustratedb by Kita Senri) from Fire Emblem Fates: Birthright
  • Tharja (voiced by Stephanie Sheh, illustrated by ZIS) from Fire Emblem: Awakening
  • Frederick (voiced by Kyle Hebert, illustrated by Suekane Kumiko) from Fire Emblem: Awakening
  • Nino (voiced by Sarah Blandy, illustrated by Amagaitaro) from Fire Emblem
  • Azura (voiced by Rena Strober, illustrated by Kaya8) from Fire Emblem Fates: Birthright
  • Linde (voiced by Julie Ann Taylor, illustrated by Kippu) from Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem
  • Jeorge (voiced by Mick Wingert, illustrated by Mayo) from Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem
  • Elise (voiced by Liv Strander, illustrated by HAKO) from Fire Emblem Fates: Conquest
  • Lilina (voiced by Julie Kliewer, illustrated by BUNBUN) from Fire Emblem: Binding Blade
Fire Emblem Heroes is due out for iOS and Android on February 2. Read more about the game here.




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Fire Emblem Heroes’ “Choose Your Legend” Event Shows Ike And Lyn In The Top Spots. January 26, 2017 . 1:00pm

Last week, Nintendo began a “Choose Your Legend” event in which fans vote on which characters from the Fire Emblem series they would like to see appear in Heroes with special outfits.

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Last week, Nintendo announced that Fire Emblem’s first smartphone game, Fire Emblem Heroes, would be headed to iOS and Android early next month. The game will feature tons of familiar faces from the series, as well as strategic battles.

Nintendo also began a “Choose Your Legend” event in which fans vote on which characters from the Fire Emblem series they would like to see appear in Heroes with special outfits. The contest has reached the halfway point, and Nintendo has shared the results so far over on their official Twitter. At this point, it shows that Ike from Path of Radiance and Lyn from The Blazing Blade are at the top for now, and the voting is set to end on January 31st. Additionally, anyone who participates in Choose Your Legend while signed in to a Nintendo Account will receive 200 Platinum Points for My Nintendo.


Fire Emblem Heroes will arrive for iOS and Android devices on February 2nd.

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Fire Emblem Heroes ‘Heroes and Heroines’ trailer, part two

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Nintendo has released part two to the “Heroes and Heroines” trailer for Fire Emblem Heroes, its upcoming smartphone entry in the Fire Emblem series.




Introduced in the second trailer include:
  • Eliwood (voiced by Yuri Lowenthal, illustrted by Miyuu) from Fire Emblem
  • Fae (voiced by Sarah Blandy, illustrated by Himukai Yuji) from Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade
  • Xander (voiced by George Spelvin, illustrated by Maeshima Shigeki) from Fire Emblem Fates: Conquest
  • Catria (voiced by Conner Kelley, illustrated by Amagaitaro) from Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem
  • Jakob (voiced by Ben Diskinm illustrated by Fujisaka Kimihiko) from Fire Emblem Fates: Conquest
  • Subaki (voiced by Walden James, illustrated by Yuru) from Fire Emblem Fates: Birthright
  • Ursula (voiced by Misty Lee, illustrated by Kotobuki Tsukasa) from Fire Emblem
  • Hinoka (voiced by Cindy Robinson, illustrated by Haccan) from Fire Emblem Fates: Birthright
  • Ogma (voiced by Travis Willingham, illustrated by Yamada Akihiro) from Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem
  • Sakura (voiced by Brianna Knickerbocker, illustrated by Fuzichoco) from Fire Emblem Fates: Birthright
If you missed it, watch part one here.

Fire Emblem Heroes is due out for iOS and Android on February 2. Read more about the game here.


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Fire Emblem Heroes Will Have The Option To Change Text Languages But Not Audio Language . January 27, 2017 . 8:00am

Fire Emblem Heroes will feature one global server for all players, as well as the option to change the language of the in-game text, but not the in-game voices.

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Last week, Nintendo announced that Fire Emblem Heroes, their latest mobile game, would be releasing for smartphones on February 2nd. Now we have learned a few more facts about the mobile game, thanks to an email sent to the Japanese Fire Emblem Heroes customer support by Reddit user SBelmont. In the email, they asked whether or not the game would have one global server and if players would be able to change the language of in-game text and voices.

Customer support responded, saying that there will be one global server for all players, meaning that players won’t be divided over several servers by region and language. There will also be the option to change the language of the game’s text. However, the language of in-game voices will not have the option to be changed.

Fire Emblem Heroes will release for iOS and Android devices on February 2nd.

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Fire Emblem Fans Are Mostly In Their 20s and 30s, More On Sales And Fire Emblem Heroes . February 1, 2017 . 1:30am

In Nintendo’s financial results briefing for fiscal year ending March 2017, company president Tatsumi Kimishima talked Fire Emblem, with some info on demographic and Fire Emblem Heroes.

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In Nintendo’s financial results briefing for fiscal year ending March 2017, company president Tatsumi Kimishima talked Fire Emblem, with some info on demographic and Fire Emblem Heroes.



I will now talk about the third smart-device application, following Miitomo and Super Mario Run, that Nintendo will release, Fire Emblem Heroes. Distribution for both the iOS and Android versions of Fire Emblem Heroes will begin tomorrow, February 2, in 39 countries worldwide.
The Fire Emblem series is a franchise that is supported enthusiastically by fans in their 20s and 30s in particular. The series has become especially popular overseas since the titles on the Nintendo 3DS.




Though Fire Emblem Heroes changes many aspects of the Fire Emblem series to better suit play on a smart device — such as smaller maps that fit on a smartphone screen and the ability to attack enemies by dragging an allied character over an enemy — it inherits a deep battle system and the joy of training your characters, which are aspects typical of the Fire Emblem series. We developed Fire Emblem Heroes to be a quality title that fans of the series will appreciate and play thoroughly. At the same time, we hope to provide a chance for consumers who have never played Fire Emblem before to experience the appeal of the series.




This title uses the free-to-start business model, in which users can download the game and start playing for free. As the word “Heroes” in the title implies, users can acquire various heroes who have appeared throughout the history of the Fire Emblem series. Heroes are obtained by expending items called orbs. The focus of the game is to train your characters, form a team to take into battle by picking heroes from those and progress through the story. Characters are acquired randomly. Users can acquire orbs, which are required to get characters, by progressing in the game’s story, but they can also purchase additional orbs in the shop. Distribution for Fire Emblem Heroes will begin tomorrow.

Fire Emblem Heroes launches February 2, 2017 for iPhone and Android.

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Here Are Some Impressions From The First Hour Of Fire Emblem Heroes Gameplay. February 1, 2017 . 8:30am

In a new hands-on preview, we get a look at the many features in Nintendo’s upcoming Fire Emblem smartphone title.

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Fire Emblem Heroes is set to release in Europe and North America tomorrow for smartphones, and GameXplain has gotten the chance to preview the game. You can check out all of their first impressions from their hour with the game below.


In Fire Emblem Heroes, each character has multiple illustrations and battles are 4-on-4 skirmishes which take only a few minutes. In the game, you play as a Summoner who calls on other Fire Emblem Heroes from throughout the series. Additionally, low rank Heroes have the ability to rank up to 5 star Heroes if you put in a lot of effort into them.

Fire Emblem Heroes will release for iOS and Android devices on February 2, 2017.

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Fire Emblem Heroes Launches In Japan And Europe . February 2, 2017 . 1:00am

Fire Emblem Heroes, Nintendo’s first smartphone app for the strategy RPG series is now available via App Store and Google Play for Japan and Europe.

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Fire Emblem Heroes, Nintendo’s first smartphone app for the strategy RPG series is now available via App Store and Google Play for Japan and Europe. [App Store and Google Play for Japan.]




Here’s a bunch of info about the game from the app pages:
Nintendo’s hit strategy-RPG Fire Emblem series is now reimagined for smart devices.
Fight battles customized for touch screens and on-the-go gameplay. Summon characters from across the Fire Emblem universe. Develop your Heroes’ skills, and take them to new heights. This is your adventure—a Fire Emblem that’s like nothing you’ve seen before!
This application is free to download and offers some optional in-app purchases.
■ An epic quest: A world with two kingdoms: the Emblian Empire, which wishes to rule all worlds, and the Askran Kingdom, which stands in its way.
You are a summoner with the special ability to call upon legendary Heroes from different Fire Emblem worlds. In order to save the Kingdom of Askr from destruction, join the Order of Heroes and face a never-ending challenge.
Intense battles: Take part in strategic turn-based battles streamlined for on-the-go play with maps that fit in the palm of your hand! You’ll need to think hard about the advantages and disadvantages of each Hero’s weapon—and even evaluate the map itself as you battle. Lead your army with easy touch and drag controls, including the ability to attack by simply swiping an ally over an enemy.
Original characters meet legendary Heroes: The game features numerous Hero characters from the Fire Emblem series and a few brand-new Heroes created by artist Yusuke Kozaki, known for his work on Fire Emblem Awakening and Fire Emblem Fates. Some Heroes will fight at your side as allies, while others may stand in your way as fierce enemies to be defeated and added to your army.
Many modes let you play again and again: In addition to the main story, there are many other modes where you can strengthen your allies, compete against other players, and more. Also, free and timely updates will continue to add new Hero characters, content, and other surprises to keep you engrossed with hours of additional gameplay.
  • Story Maps: The story brings together new Hero characters along with familiar faces from the Fire Emblem series. Lead your army to victory to save the Kingdom of Askr.
  • Training Tower: Engage in battle scenarios of varying difficulty that you can play over and over to earn rewards and experience (EXP) for your allies. Each time you take on these maps, the enemies and terrain change to offer a new challenge.
  • Arena Duels: Fight against your rivals around the world. Your high score and ranking will determine your rewards—items that can increase your Heroes’ abilities.
  • Hero Battles: Under Special Maps, discover various battle scenarios that are available for a limited time. Defeat the Heroes who oppose you to convince them to join you as an ally.
    Battle together with your favorite Heroes, watch them grow, and enjoy an all-new adventure that opens up a path to the future.

Fire Emblem Heroes is available for iPhone and Android in Europe and Japan. We’ll update the article once the game launches in North America.

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Fire Emblem Heroes
is now available worldwide for iOS via the App Store and Android via Google Play. (The app is still rolling out. It is available in many of its supported countries, but is not yet up in some places such as the United States.)


Here’s a full overview of the game, via Nintendo:
■ Overview
Open the gateways between worlds, Heroes at your side.
Nintendo’s hit strategy-RPG Fire Emblem series is now re-imagined for smart devices.

Fight battles customized for touch screens and on-the-go gameplay. Summon characters from across the Fire Emblem universe. Develop your Heroes’ skills, and take them to new heights. This is your adventure—a Fire Emblem that’s like nothing you’ve seen before!


This application is free to download and offers some optional in-app purchases.


■ An Epic Quest
A world with two kingdoms: the Emblian Empire, which wishes to rule all worlds, and the Askran Kingdom, which stands in its way.
You are a summoner with the special ability to call upon legendary Heroes from different Fire Emblem worlds. In order to save the Kingdom of Askr from destruction, join the Order of Heroes and face a never-ending challenge.


■ Intense Battles
Take part in strategic turn-based battles streamlined for on-the-go play with maps that fit in the palm of your hand! You’ll need to think hard about the advantages and disadvantages of each Hero’s weapon—and even evaluate the map itself as you battle. Lead your army with easy touch and drag controls, including the ability to attack by simply swiping an ally over an enemy.


■ Original Characters Meet Legendary Heroes
The game features numerous Hero characters from the Fire Emblem series and a few brand-new Heroes created by artist Yusuke Kozaki, known for his work on Fire Emblem Awakening and Fire Emblem Fates. Some Heroes will fight at your side as allies, while others may stand in your way as fierce enemies to be defeated and added to your army.


■ Many Modes Let You Play Again and Again
In addition to the main story, there are many other modes where you can strengthen your allies, compete against other players, and more. Also, free and timely updates will continue to add new Hero characters, content, and other surprises to keep you engrossed with hours of additional gameplay.
  • Story Maps: The story brings together new Hero characters along with familiar faces from the Fire Emblem series. Lead your army to victory to save the Kingdom of Askr.
  • Training Tower: Engage in battle scenarios of varying difficulty that you can play over and over to earn rewards and experience (EXP) for your allies. Each time you take on these maps, the enemies and terrain change to offer a new challenge.
  • Arena Duels: Fight against your rivals around the world. Your high score and ranking will determine your rewards—items that can increase your Heroes’ abilities.
  • Hero Battles: Under Special Maps, discover various battle scenarios that are available for a limited time. Defeat the Heroes who oppose you to convince them to join you as an ally.
Battle together with your favorite Heroes, watch them grow, and enjoy an all-new adventure that opens up a path to the future.
■ What is Fire Emblem
The long-running hit Fire Emblem series comprises strategy / role-playing games with deep tactical elements and depth that increases with every move you make. As you progress through the story, you will meet and bid farewell to many allies.
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My Nintendo Update Adds Fire Emblem Heroes Rewards. February 2, 2017 . 9:00am


It is now possible to earn My Nintendo Platinum Points from completing Fire Emblem Heroes objectives, as well as turn in points to earn items to use in the game.

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With Fire Emblem Heroes rolling out worldwide for Apple iOS and Android devices today, Nintendo has also updated the My Nintendo website. It is now possible to exchange Platinum Points for in-game rewards. In addition, you can earn Platinum Points for completing certain objectives in the mobile game, provided you’ve linked it with your account.

Here is the list of Fire Emblem Heroes My Nintendo missions.
  • Link Fire Emblem Heroes to a My Nintendo account – 100 Platinum Points
  • Clear the prologue – 100 Platinum Points
  • Clear the first chapter – 100 Platinum Points
  • Clear the second chapter – 100 Platinum Points
  • Clear the third chapter – 100 Platinum Points
  • Clear the fourth chapter – 100 Platinum Points
  • Clear the fifth chapter – 100 Platinum Points
  • Clear the sixth chapter – 100 Platinum Points
  • Clear the seventh chapter – 100 Platinum Points
  • Clear the eighth chapter – 100 Platinum Points
  • Clear the ninth chapter – 100 Platinum Points

These are the Fire Emblem Heroes My Nintendo rewards you can collect by exchanging Platinum Points.
  • 10 Orbs – 0 Platinum Points (Can only be redeemed once)
  • 500 Universal Crystals – 100 Platinum Points
  • 1 Stamina Potion – 100 Platinum Points
  • 1 Light’s Blessing – 100 Platinum Points (Can only be redeemed three times)
  • 1 Dueling Crest – 100 Platinum Points
  • 500 Universal Shards – 100 Platinum Points

Fire Emblem Heroes is available for Apple iOS and Android devices.

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Making The Most Of Your Fire Emblem Heroes Rolls. February 2, 2017 . 3:00pm


There are a lot of warriors in Fire Emblem Heroes. There’s a good chance you won’t get the best or coolest characters right away. But, patience will reward players.

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Fire Emblem Heroes is going to be a game with so many different warriors to choose from. After all, it will eventually have characters from 12 installments available. You’re going to have favorites you’ll want to get and use. But, since this is a game where the majority of your units will come from random pulls on an in-game gacha, you aren’t guaranteed the folks that you’d like. Fortunately, there are some things that make not getting the character you want, or the character you want at a certain star level, more bearable.

First is the rerolling. When you begin Fire Emblem Heroes, it is possible to get through an initial portion, go for a multi-summon pull with 20 Orbs, and then restart if you don’t like the five heroes you get from that roll. The downside is, it will mean redownloading the 300MB game each time. But, if you’re okay with that and connected to Wi-Fi, it is a simple process. You download the game and begin, but don’t connect it to a My Nintendo account. Going through the tutorial will give you 15 Orbs. Finishing that and doing the first three missions will get you another five Orbs. You can then use those 20 on one of the gachas. Once you get a group of characters you like, link your My Nintendo account and stick with them.

Now, when you get characters, they’ll have a certain number of stars assigned to them. This is an indication of their rarity and potential. So you could get a 4-star Fateful Prince Corrin, which might seem disappointing. But, if you keep investing in him, he could eventually get up to a 5-star unit. So, with your initial pulls, you shouldn’t let star rating determine whether you reroll or not. Instead, you should look at who you’ve gotten and what class they belong to. See how well they would or wouldn’t work for your initial party. At level 20, you can rank up the unit, which adds another star, increases stats, and offers better skills for them to learn.

There are two different gachas at the moment with characters available. One is Legendary Heroes, while the other is Deep Devotion. Each one will get you some pretty good people. What you want to do is choose a gacha based on the major characters in each one. Fire Emblem Heroes’ Legendary Hero will have a better chance of giving you Marth, Lucina, Robin, and Tiki. On the other hand, people who like Camilla, Lyn, Roy, and Takumi should go for Deep Devotion.

Once you get a group you’re happy with, it’s a good idea to start preparing the initial party. What you’ll want to do is invest in a Fire Emblem Heroes castle as soon as you can. This is a building purchased and existing outside of battle. It permanently increases in-battle experience, and it can even double the amount you earn. Once a castle has been purchased and is in place, it’s a good idea to start battling and using Universal Crystals. Both can level up units. If you have My Nintendo Platinum Points, you can even spend them on Universal Crystal Shards for characters under level 19 and Universal Crystals for those over level 20.

Fire Emblem Heroes also has a Limit Break system. With gachas, there’s always a chance you’ll pull duplicates of characters you already own. But combining these doubles with a character you already have, you can improve the one you’ve been training. This will increase the original character’s stats and SP.

With hero distribution being what it is, there’s a good chance you won’t get all of the Fire Emblem Heroes characters you want at the very start. It might take time to build the exact roster you’d like. But, don’t be disheartened if your initial few heroes aren’t the people you want or don’t have high star rankings. It is possible to rather easily reroll. Also, you can always level up and improve the people you collect. Take your time, don’t splurge for the sake of getting all five-star armies of incredible heroes, and you should accumulate a nice collection over time.

Fire Emblem Heroes is available for Apple iOS and Android devices.

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