Monster Hunter Generations Gets Two New Crossover Sets Today

Monster Hunter Generations gets new crossover armor and weapon sets today. Capcom brings one of their most iconic arcade franchises with Ghosts ‘n Goblins. Felynes can get a set of armor that decks them out to look like Arthur. Fans of Fire Emblem get a treat with a new set of armor that will bring the iconic look of Marth into the game. Not only … Continue reading Monster Hunter Generations Gets Two New Crossover Sets Today

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Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Review (Wii U)

Battle Mirages as they try to steal Performa from the world, all while keeping up with your dance lessons and recording you new hit single. Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Review Game purchased from retail, DLC purchased from the eShop Played through the story, did all side-stories and most of the side requests Total Play Time: 90 hours Continue reading Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Review (Wii U)

Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Special Edition Announced

Nintendo will have a booth at PAX East this weekend and will have a number of games playable at the event. One of them, which will be playable for the first time is Tokyo Mirage Sessions # FE, the game previously known as Shin Megami Tensei x Fire Emblem. It takes place in real world Tokyo and features a number of familiar locations around the … Continue reading Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Special Edition Announced

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NintendPals: Episode 51

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We’re back after a week (and a day) off due to a ridiculous amount of wrestling kept us away. This week Nick is poorly and we talk about Nintendo going back to Red and White, Miitomo and a new Mega Man TV show. We also give our top 5 things that we’d like to see in the next Pokemon game and discuss our thoughts on the original Fire Emblem game.

Sorry for the audio issues this week. We were the victims of horrible lag thanks to Skype. We’re exploring options for a better more stable connection ready for next week. Continue reading “NintendPals: Episode 51”

Fire Emblem Fates Sells Well In First Weekend

Fire Emblem Fates has become the fastest selling launch title in the series in North America. Nintendo announced today that across both versions of the game currently available the title has sold a combined 300,000 units in the area. Birthright is the best selling of the two versions with Conquest close behind. Previous to this Fire Emblem Awakening was the record holder, but this most … Continue reading Fire Emblem Fates Sells Well In First Weekend

Ike Amiibo First Physical Item Sold On Amazon Mexico

Amazon Mexico started selling physical items today. As you can probably guess, the service took off. According to a tweet from CNN, the first item sold was actually an Ike Amiibo. Apparently, because the service just launched, it had items that are hard to find in other regions. This means all those hard to find Amiibos are up for sale… were up for sale earlier … Continue reading Ike Amiibo First Physical Item Sold On Amazon Mexico

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Nintendo Okie Podcast – Episode 270

It all about E3 this week. No what we’ve been playing, no what we’ve been buying, just E3 and our thoughts. It’s a long one, but here’s the thing, if you want an hour long podcast, just listen to an hour. Problem solved… right? episode-270 Starring – Tony, Micah, Shannon, Ethan, Kristian, Shelby Run time – 1:59:32 You can email us at podcast@nintendo-okie.com. You can get … Continue reading Nintendo Okie Podcast – Episode 270

Ryu In Smash?

This rumor doesn’t really seem to be that plausible. One user on reddit claims to have broken the data for the latest Smash Bros update and claims that it includes info on at least two new characters that will come to Nintendo’s fighting franchise as DLC. One of them seems plausible. That would be Roy from the Fire Emblem series. He’s been in the game … Continue reading Ryu In Smash?

Fire Emblem: If Content Is Split Into Separate Releases In Japan

One of the more interesting things talked about during the recent Nintendo Direct on April 1st was the information revolving around Fire Emblem: If. Unlike previous iterations, you’ll be following the main character, not a supporting character. The game will also include two stories from different angles. What wasn’t talked about in the western Direct’s though is the fact that, in Japan at least, the … Continue reading Fire Emblem: If Content Is Split Into Separate Releases In Japan