Any Nintendo fan who has not yet jumped into the Fire Emblem series is now officially out of excuses.If you never imported games, then it’s fine to have missed out on the SNES games. Game Boy Advance owners might be…
Looks like Nintendo is finally catching on to how things work in the age of digital distribution. I’m so proud! Following in the large footsteps of Bethesda, BioWare, and pretty much any development team who puts out an RPG these…
We’re big fans of Nintendo’s latest Strategy RPG, Fire Emblem: Awakening, around here, so any news of it expanding into a bigger experience is good news. Following in the footsteps of the first DLC bundle, Champions of Yore, Nintendo has…
For the first time, Nintendo has made a map available through its SpotPass service. The first map, “A Hard Miracle,” tasks Chrom and his friends with assisting a mysterious woman by rescuing waylaid villagers. It’s pretty standard for a Fire Emblem quest, but hey, it’s free.
To activate the map, enter the pause menu and select the wireless options. This will take you to the online options and your “bonus box” which holds the map and several other goodies you might find should you have ignored it up until this point.
Three more maps are scheduled to be released over the next month and a half. “Ghost of Blade” will be available on March 28, “The Wellspring of Trust” on April 11, and “The Radiant Hero” on April 25.
Purchasable maps are also slowly slipping in as well, and these offer new characters from older games and rare items not obtainable in the main title. Be sure to check out these as well.