Today’s Nintendo news: first details about the Fire Emblem Expo II, but also…
- Dr Kawashima’s Brain Training for Nintendo Switch
- Nintendo Switch
- Dragalia Lost
Fire Emblem Expo II
As previously announced, some details about the second Fire Emblem Expo, logically called Fire Emblem Expo II, were shared today. It will take place on May 5 and May 6th, at Zepp Namba (Osaka).
Just like last year, there will be several elements for fans to enjoy:
- Art Gallery: various production materials for Fire Emblem: Three Houses and Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade will be on display. There will also be cut-ins of characters from Fire Emblem: Three Houses (such as Edelgard, Dimitri, and Claude) for visitors to take pictures with, and a corner with merchandise;
- Stage: there will be a special “Drama” with the voice actors (for Fire Emblem: Three Houses, Fire Emblem Awakening, and Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance), but also a live musical performance with various arrangements of music from the Fire Emblem series. Just like last year, a CD with said arrangements will be released ahead of the event. But unlike last year, it looks like the stage events will also be recorded, and later sold on Blu-Ray so that even fans who cannot attend the event can enjoy them.
Finally, here’s the pictures of the goodies you can get by buying SS or S tickets for the event:
Fire Emblem Expo II takes place on May 5th and May 6th at Zepp Namba.
Dr Kawashima’s Brain Training for Nintendo Switch
Starting today, Dr Kawashima’s Brain Training for Nintendo Switch is available for pre-purchase on the Nintendo eShop in Europe. It costs 26.99€ / £24.29.
Dr Kawashima’s Brain Training for Nintendo Switch (Switch) comes out on December 27th in Japan, and January 3rd in Europe.
Source: Nintendo (Twitter)
Here’s the latest set of TV Commercials for the Nintendo Switch in Japan:
Here’s the latest videos for Dragalia Lost, with:
- the trailer for upcoming collab. event with Mega Man (which starts on November 29th)
- the latest episode of the official Dragalia Lost webradio programme