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Tempest Trials+: Sands of Time has begun in Fire Emblem Heroes. The big rewards this time are the 5★ New Hero Brunnya: Devoted General and two Sacred Seals: Flier Guidance 1 and Spur Atk/Res 1. You can also earn Refining Stones by completing daily quests. As always, keep logging in for the daily rewards, with several free orbs available to help with your summoning needs.

Dragalia Lost’s crossover event Mega Man: Chaos Protocol event starts at 10 PM PT on 11/28 They’ve also released a special website to get ready for the event. The website features an overview of the event, and reportedly some exciting extras. The tie-in website can be accessed here.

You can check out the promotional trailer below:

 

Here are the latest updates to hit Fire Emblem Heroes:

  • Bound Hero Battle: Titania & Mist has returned in Special Maps. Orbs await those who take on Hard through Infernal modes.
  • A new map, Out of the Woods, is now available in Tactics Drills: Grandmaster. Players can check it out in Story Maps to test their skills. (You must complete Book I, Chapter 13 of the main story to take on Grandmaster maps.)

 

Another batch of updates and content are hitting Dragalia Lost. Take a look at the list here:

  • A double drops event for Avenue to Fortune and Avenue to Power started at 10 PM PT on 11/20 During this event, drops from Avenue to Fortune and Avenue to Power will be doubled.
  • A Void Battle double drops event is live as of 10 PM PT on 11/20! The drop rewards for certain quests will be doubled for the duration of this event.
  • The wind-attuned Eolian Phantom and flame-attuned Smoldering Manticore arrived in Void Battles starting at 10 PM PT on 11/20 There are also limited-time endeavors where various rewards can be earned.
  • Version 1.14.0 of  the app will be available for download around 9:15 PM PT on 11/27. Players can update right away; otherwise, an automatic update will occur around 7:00 PM PT on 11/28.
  • There will be maintenance performed from around 9:00 PM PT to 10:00 PM PT on 11/27. You will not be able to play the game during maintenance.
  • They will be adjusting the balance for certain quests in a data update around 10:00 PM PT on 11/27.

The Winter Tour has arrived, and with it new challenges and characters. Players will be able to use the new Drift button in game to race their way to victory to collect as many Grand Stars as possible, and Gold Pass subscribers also have the chance to get the Radish Rider kart, among other gifts. You can take a look at the promotional image here to see what is available:

And here’s a trailer:

Due out in 2020, Fairy Tail’s game adaptation is inching ever closer. The latest issue of Famitsu has revealed that Rogue, Kagura, Sherria, Sting, and Ichiya will all be playable. Some additional information was also featured, explaining various mechanics:

  • Unison Raid – A combination magic attack by two characters.
  • Awakening – Drastically enhances a characters abilities for a fixed window of time.
  • Mode Change – A strengthened state that can be used by some characters.
  • Super Magic – Makarov backs you up with Super Magic. Has a fixed chance of being activated through continued magic cooperation.

We recently went hands-on with the title, and you can see a detailed preview of our time here.

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Heroes with the Distant Counter skill are the next 5★ summoning focus. Players will be able to acquire units like Nagi, Byleth: Tested Professor and Nailah. Those who are lucky enough to snag one will be able to utilize their ability to counterattack regardless of their foe’s range. As per usual, the first summon in this event won’t cost any Orbs.

 

Releasing for Switch January 17th, 2020, Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore has had new details emerge courtesy of the December 5th issue of Famitsu:

Publisher Spike Chunsoft and developer Acquire have announced that Katana Kami: A Way of the Samurai Story finally has a release date for both digital and physical copies (Steam, Switch, and PS4) in Japan: February 20th, 2020. The price is listed at 3,980 yenThe retail listing for the game was also updated, which you can check out after the break.

This week’s Famitsu review scores are as follows: