Nintendo announces new games including Fire Emblem DS

By Spencer . October 10, 2007 . 4:29am

fireemb.jpgAfter making an appearance on the Wii, Fire Emblem’s next stop is on the Nintendo DS. At Nintendo of Japan’s press conference they announced the title along with Super Mario Stadium Baseball for the Wii. The latter sounds like a motion controlled follow up to Mario Superstar Baseball for the Gamecube.


Also in development as a WiiWare game is Pokemon Bokujyou (literally, Pokemon Farmer, but this is a temporary name). Pokemon Bokujyou lets players transfer their Pokemon from the DS games to be raised on the Wii.

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  • Hello Hello

    That’s awesome. I’m sure Fire Emblem DS will be fantastic.

  • Veilknight

    The DS certainly can use more SRPGs to compliment Final Fantasy Tactics A2 and Luminous Arc, the way I see it the more the merrier, so I’m glad to see Nintendo stepping up to the plate to provide their own handheld with an SRPG in the form of Fire Emblem DS, simply put.

    There’s no doubt that with previous Fire Emblem installments, sooner or later Nintendo will probably end up localizing this title for release in North America for a Western audience as well. More than likely as in the past with Radiant Dawn, it may not be awhile until we even hear about a proper release date for America unfortunately, yet alone a confirmation from Nintendo that they even have plans to bring the game over, meaning I wouldn’t be surprised if there wasn’t a long wait for Fire Emblem DS and I’m certainly prepared for it.

    For the time being, I suppose, Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn is enough to keep me occupied as far as Fire Emblem releases are concerned when the SRPG ships this year on the Wii.

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