Nintendo Minute (Feb. 26) – Fire Emblem FEbruary DLC & Revelation, video

Nintendo Minute

For the last episode of Nintendo Minute – Fire Emblem FEbruary, Kit and Krysta are taking a look at the DLC content for Fire Emblem Fates: Birthright / Conquest, and also mention Revelation (the third parth, available as DLC from March 10th).

Hi, this is it! This is the end of Fire Emblem FEbruary. It’s sad that the video series is over but not sad at all really because there is so much more of the game to play! Today, we wanted to take a look at DLC and talk really quickly about Revelation. The DLC we play is super cool because it lets you interact with some familiar characters from Fire Emblem Awakening like Chrom, Frederick and Lissa. Also, it’s free so definitely give it a try. You can also get the first Map Pack by going to the Dragon’s Gate which opens up after Ch. 6 and that includes 11 maps and bonus content for $17.99. Don’t forget that Revelation is available on Mar. 10 if you’ve purchased Birthright and Conquest separately but is pre-loaded into the special edition. Hope you are all enjoying the game and thanks so much for watching!


-Kit & Krysta

Here’s the latest episode of Nintendo Minute (February 26th):

Life on the Front Lines

Yesterday, Nintendo uploaded the third episode of Life on the Front Lines, called “Where Armies Gather”. This one focuses on the following elements:

  • My castle (located in a separate dimension)
  • Dragon Vein points, which can be used to build facilities (armories, arena, accessory shop)
  • StreetPass encouters, at the Travelers’ Plaza
  • Visiting the castle of other players via local wireless or the internet, battling other players
  • amiibo (Ike, Lucina, Robin, Marth)
  • Revelation: third parth, available as DLC from March 10th
  • DLC content

Here’s the video:

Fire Emblem Fates: Birthright / Conquest (3DS) comes out later this year in Europe.

Source: Nintendo



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