Fire Emblem Heroes is probably the mobile game Nintendo is most proud of. While it doesn't have a huge install base, the people who do have the game here in the states are more than willing to pay for content. How many of you are still playing, and furthermore, spending cash on content?
Nintendo has a collection of new content added to Fire Emblem Heroes for mobile devices, along with a bevy of events set to take place throughout December and through the holiday season to round out the year and usher in 2018.
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The third page of the Fire Emblem Heroes manga is out now, and we already have the fan translation! Pretty impressed with how quickly these things get translated. I guess that's because there's really not too many panels or dialog to deal with!
Google has put out their Google Play’s Best of 2017 award nominations for Japan. Among the games nominated are Super Mario Run, Fire Emblem Heroes, and Pokemon: Magikarp Jump. Voting is going on right now, wit the top 5 set to be revealed on Dec. 1st, and then the Playtime Best winner set for reveal on Dec. 4th.
Just as with last week's image, we're sure a fan translation will soon be available. When that does pop up online, we'll update this post with the translation.
Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is now available to download for Android and iOS devices. This is Nintendo’s third mobile game after Super Mario Run and Fire Emblem: Heroes. The Animal Crossing series has players making friends with neighbors as they decorate homes, collect bugs, go fishing, and more. The franchise has sold over 30 million games since it debuted […]
Hope you weren't planning on being too productive this week. Following Super Mario Run and Fire Emblem Heros, Nintendo's proven to know a thing or two when it comes to mobile gaming. The company's third title – Animal Crossing: Pocket...Show More Summary
Fire Emblem Heroes is getting its biggest update yet as Nintendo unveiled Book II last night, featuring a whole new set of story missions and yes, collectible heroes. The update's not out just yet, but here's what you can expect when the new content goes live. [Read more]
Nintendo went over a lot of details for Fire Emblem Heroes: Book II last night, and also shared quite a fancy trailer for all the fun. Now if you're in the mood for some artwork to go along with all the other Book II tidbits, you can check out a gallery right here.
While we don't have an English translation yet, we do have a look at the first page of the Fire Emblem Heroes manga. I'm certain an English translation will come through, be it official or from a fan. This is the first of many pages of the manga to come, which Nintendo will be sharing on an official website.
Nintendo released their latest Feh Channel video earlier today, outlining the immediate future of their hit social RPG, Fire Emblem Heroes [Free]. The game has been a big success for the company, and it has even been nominated for Best Mobile Game at the upcoming Game Awards. One of the likely reasons for that success is
One of Nintendo's latest business strategies involves spreading popular Nintendo IP to mobile devices. Toward that front, the company has released several different mobile games, including the likes of Fire Emblem Heroes, Super Mario Run, and the upcoming release of Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp next month. Show More Summary
These tidbits come from Nintendo's financial briefing. We'll be breaking up various parts of this presentation into separate posts.
One thing the developers behind the hit Nintendo mobile game Fire Emblem Heroes [Free] have learned is that seasonal variations of characters go over really well with the player base. With Hallowe'en being a relatively big deal in many countries around the world these days, it's an easy slam dunk to dress up some favorite Fire
Nintendo eShop (Switch)Fire Emblem Warriors (Nintendo, available October 20) - €59.99/£49.99Unleash the power of Fire Emblem heroes like never before!The fate of the Kingdom of Aytolis lies in the hands of two young twins, Rowan and Lianna. Show More Summary
Clash with legions of enemies with your favourite Fire Emblem heroes in #FireEmblemWarriors, coming to #NintendoSwitch & #New3DS on 20/10. pic.twitter.com/89eiOXSrXo — Nintendo UK (@NintendoUK) October 10, 2017
Worldwide [Mobile] Fire Emblem Heroes: Clear Chapter 13 (100) Europe [PC/Mobile] Wallpaper – Nintendo Classic Mini: Super NES (Wallpaper): 50 (available until January 1st) [3DS] NES Jumping Mario (Nintendo 3DS Theme): 200 (availableShow More Summary
This month's major update for Nintendo's Fire Emblem Heroes [Free] has arrived, and it adds a much-requested feature to the game. While the core of the Fire Emblem series is the strategic combat system, it seems to be just as popular these days for the relationships that can be built between characters. In recent entries,
Today Nintendo and Intelligent Systems released a new trailer for their mobile game Fire Emblem Heroes, but this time around it’s live action. Watch the Fire Emblem Heroes Live Action Trailer: We get to see the four characters in action: Lucina, Lyn, Roy and Ike. They actually use different weapons from their usual: Lucina appears...