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Fire Emblem and R-Type III: Third Lightning on the VC in Japan

By Spencer . December 26, 2006 . 9:47am

  Yesterday North America got the greatest virtual console line up to date with Super Mario Brothers, Toe Jam & Earl, Super Castelvania IV, Street Fighter 2 and R-Type. Japan’s virtual console shop was updated today with four games, but nothing jaw dropping. Sim City is being sold for 900 points, that’s an extra 100 […]

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Updated Wii games preview – new games covered

By Spencer . September 14, 2006 . 5:26am

At Nintendo’s Japanese press conference plenty of games were showcased and a lot of them were new. Instead of focusing on the big titles like Super Mario Galaxy, Sonic and the Secret Rings or Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, we’re going to cover the new and lesser known upcoming Wii games.       Sengoku […]

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Fire Emblem’s path leads it to the US.

By Spencer . October 16, 2005 . 2:53pm

Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance marks a long awaited return for the series to a home console. In Path of Radiance you play as a ranger known as Ike who starts out under his father’s wing. Journey with Ike and lead a group of warriors through battle as a tactictian. Read our playtest of Fire […]

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Fire Emblem’s burns on your Gamecube.

By Spencer . May 5, 2005 . 5:52pm

It’s been awhile since a new Fire Emblem came out for a home console. The transition from a sprite based game all the way to a Gamecube title is a huge leap, but Intelligent Systems is ready for the jump. Check out our impressions of Fire Emblem: Souen no Kiseki.

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Collect Sacred Stones in the next Fire Emblem

By Spencer . October 11, 2004 . 5:49pm

With Fire Emblem being a hit in all regions now, Nintendo has made a follow up. Fire Emblem the Sacred Stones gives players a map to traverse and a new summoner class to play with. Read our playtest of Fire Emblem: Seima no Kouseki for more details.

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Fire Emblem lands in the US.

By Spencer . October 17, 2003 . 5:46pm

For the first time US and European gamers are getting a chance to check out Nintendo’s coveted strategy RPG series in English. Fire Emblem’s 7th installment rocks the fantasy world. Read why in our playtest of Fire Emblem: Rekka no Ken.