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Heroes: Eirika, Ephraim, Seliph, and Julia Coming Soon!

Fire Emblem Heroes director Shingo Matsushita made a special guest appearance on today’s Fire Emblem Cipher livestream. Alongside Cipher news, which will be covered in depth in a later post, Matsushita made a surprise announcement…

Seliph and Julia from Genealogy of the Holy War and Eirika and Ephraim from The Sacred Stones will be coming to Heroes! Although no firm details were given, we were greeted with these two shots of the characters’ in-game artwork.

@FE_Heroes_JP later confirmed the announcement, stating that the characters would be coming in a few days. Since the two current Summoning Focus character groups will expire on February 15th, these four may be part of a new Focus group introduced at that time.

Europe: April Fire Emblem eShop Sale

In less than two months, Fire Emblem Fates will be finally arriving in Europe.

If you still need to catch up with the series, you’ve come at the perfect time as Nintendo of Europe is holding a massive Fire Emblem sale on the eShop from 31st March to 14th April 2016.

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Not only are the games discounted, but for the first time since release, all of Fire Emblem Awakening‘s downloadable content has been reduced in price as well. Perfect if you haven’t dipped in or if you’re missing some bits or pieces.

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Fire Emblem Classics Recently Added to Wii U eShop

With all the general craziness surrounding Fates as of late, it’s very easy for some news to get lost along the way.

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Diligent fans such as Bunny, have reminded me that The Sacred Stones was added to the North American Wii U Virtual Console on 18th June. For those of you in Europe, it came out at the start of this year (and it’s a Club Nintendo digital reward too).

This title is notable for being Intelligent System’s first proper attempt at telling two parallel stories in the same game, long before Fates. Although, in reality, the story only branched out for 7 chapters before converging again.

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