In a move that leaves me and countless other fans hoping and praying, Nintendo of America has registered a domain for Fire Emblem Awakening. For those of you who aren’t in the know Fire Emblem Awakening is the latest iteration of the critically acclaimed Fire Emblem series and the first title in the series to grace the 3DS platform.
The artwork is gorgeous, the gameplay looks to hit the spot and the game is already selling like gangbusters in Japan, breaking the record for the most sales garnered by the franchise yet. Though so far there has been no official news of the games release in the US and things were looking grim I’d take this as a good bet we will see the title here.
After all since Fire Emblem was first released in the States the next 5 games in the series were localized so it’s not like the release wouldn’t have precedence. Either way it’s certainly more likely to see the light of day in the US then Pandora’s Tower. Check out the video below to further raise your hopes to possibly be dashed upon Nintendo’s localization shore.
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