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Warriors: A Sneak Peak at the Dragonstone Crystal

After Fire Emblem Warriors appeared at E3, Nintendo and Koei Tecmo announced a couple of special editions for Japan–one of which, the “Treasure Box”, includes a replica dragonstone crystal.

Today, the official Japanese Twitter account was kind enough to show an in-production image of the dragonstone itself. Presumably, colour has yet to be added; even still it looks very impressive.

Not shown is the display stand for the crystal, which can playback voices of various heroes. Assuming the stand is indeed an alarm clock, it would be pretty amazing to have likes of Marth and Tiki wake you up in the morning.

FE Cipher Go! Go! Summer Tour: Merchandise and More Details

Starting this July, Fire Emblem Cipher will be touring various locations in Japan as part of the Fire Emblem Cipher Go! Go! Summer Tour.

In case you missed it, here is the list of dates and venues, as well as the artists available for signing.

Event Date Venue Location Attending Artists
1st July Hamamatsu (Act Tower) Hidari, Sachiko Wada
9th July Tokushima (Awagin Hall) Daisuke Izuka
16th July Sendai (Aztec Museum) Yamada Kotaro
23rd July Fukuoka (FFB Hall) Senri Kita
29th July Kanazawa (Kanazawa Workers Plaza) Yusuke Kozaki

With two weeks to go until the first event, the official website has added more details, including a full list of merchandise. So without further ado, let’s take a gander!

Sounds from FE0 Go Go! Summer Tour – 1,300 Yen

After the success of the previous CD, the Cavalier Duo are back with another! This time, the CD, which roughly (and I mean very roughly) translates to “Olden Times; East and West” contains 4 tracks. Hence the relatively cheaper price. Read more

Warriors: Special Editions Announced for Japan

Yesterday at E3, Fire Emblem Warriors gifted us with a new game trailer, gameplay demonstration and new amiibo. Today, we have some preliminary details about the special editions releasing in Japan, alongside the game, on 28th September 2017.

First, we have the “standard” limited edition, dubbed the “Premium Box“. This includes the game itself (Switch or new 3DS/2DS version), a 3-disk soundtrack CD, 80-page visual artbook and a set of character postcards.

The Switch edition costs 10,800 Yen plus tax, while the new Nintendo 3DS/2DS edition is slightly cheaper, at 9,800 Yen plus tax. Which at the current exchange rates–and including tax–comes to about 106 USD and 97 USD respectively.

Meanwhile there’s the “Treasure Box” for those with a more flexible budget; it includes everything contained in the Premium Box plus an amazing-sounding Dragonstone crystal (with voice sound effects).

Judging from the silhouette and the mention of sound effects, it could be an alarm clock of some sort. Anyway, the Switch edition costs 15,800 Yen plus tax (156 USD), while the new 3DS/2DS edition costs 14,800 Yen plus tax (146 USD).

The key thing to know is that the Treasure Box will be sold exclusively from the MyNintendo Store, Amazon Japan and GAMECITY (Koei Tecmo’s store). This of course doesn’t include retailers acting as proxies, etc.

At the time of writing, it’s unknown if these special editions will turn up in the West, but we’re confident Nintendo and Koei Tecmo aren’t going to disappoint the legions of fans.

Fire Emblem Keyrings and iPhone Cases Coming August

Recently, Japanese retailers have started taking pre-orders for a wave of new Fire Emblem merchandise arriving some time this August.

First up, we have a collection of 6 cutesy acrylic keyrings featuring the key characters from Fire Emblem Heroes (pun not intended). A box of 6 will set you back 3,888 Yen, which is around 35 USD.

Fans of Heroes with an iPhone may also appreciate the 2-way smartphone case, which will help keep your phone safe during intense strategical bouts. The case by itself costs 4,104 Yen.

For those who desire a more luxurious experience, there’s also a limited edition that includes a hand strap and a snazzy microfibre cloth. This one costs 5,400 Yen, which is around 49 USD.

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