Fire Emblem If: Special Edition DLC 3DS [Update...
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Between putting Lucina in Smash and unveiling a Fire Emblem trading card game with codes to unlock DLC characters in Fire Emblem if (Lucina, Marth, Minerva), Nintendo has obviously gotten behind the series full bore. And fans have responded. The special edition of Fire Emblem If already sold out last week, prompting Nintendo to offer Japanese retailers a second shipment which will reportedly be the final one.
Quote from: ejamerSo is the "special edition" really just the normal game with some DLC codes packed in?Saw an image, and it looked like the game included was just the normal white version of the game...
In the April 2015 Nintendo Direct it was revealed that the game will revolve around two kingdoms about to enter a great war with each other: the peace-loving country of Hoshido and the glory-seeking country of Nohr. The player will have to choose a country to represent, changing the story overall and will affect the difficulty, which is predetermined by the version of the game bought. There are two versions of the game, each one following a specific story line. Birthright follows the Hoshido storyline which is designed to be friendly for all players, returning or new. Conquest follows the Nohr storyline which is designed to be much more challenging. At the beginning of Chapter 6, the player will have to choose their faction. DLC will be available for all versions of Fates in which the storyline not chosen will be playable on that copy of the game. A third storyline option was also released as DLC sometime after release which revolves around the player choosing neither side. A special edition of the game containing all three paths is available, also after launch of the original two.
In the E3 2015 Digital Event, Fire Emblem Fates's official localized name was revealed. GameInformer, in June 2015, revealed that like Japan, North America will receive two different versions called Birthright for the Hoshido side and Conquest for the Nohr side. The November 2015 Nintendo direct confirmed that North America would also receive a special edition containing all three storyline routes. Customers with this version will have Revelation available from the launch date. Alternatively, customers who buy the split versions have the option to buy the opposite storyline at a reduced cost and Revelation as DLC. Revelation was not available for non-Special Edition copies until March 10, 2016. The first wave of DLC was also confirmed for Fates and can be bought in its entirety for a reduced cost or separately for full price. Like Awakening, these DLC packs will be released on a weekly basis.
Nintendo of Europe's special edition includes all three games on one cartridge also, as well as a steelbook case, artbook and double-sided poster. Exclusive by GAME, pre-orders were taken for £69.99 ahead of the 20th May release.
The other piece of big news from the event, was the announcement of a special edition Fire Emblem Fates New 3DS XL. The edition featured below has a sleek black and white design based on the idea of the two versions of the game. The system will retail at the suggested price of $199.99. It should be noted though, that the special edition 3DS does not include a copy of the game.
Fire Emblem Fates is the 7th entry in the series to hit North America. A crossover game with the Shin Megami Tensei series is also set to release in the U.S. sometime this year. Are you going to upgrade your 3DS for the Fire Emblem Fates special edition? Let us know if you are down in the comments. 781b155fdc