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New details have come in for Fire Emblem Warriors. Along with overviews of characters, there’s also news about Bond Levels and more.

First up, character details:

Robin

– A mysterious person who was rescued by Chrom when he collapsed on the wayside
– When he woke up, he already lost his memory
– He has a natural talent in tactics, and he has been assisting Chrom in various strategies as his strategist
– His class is Tactician, which is his first class in the original game
– He will fight by using a magic book

Lissa

– Chrom’s sister, and also the princess of the halidom of Ylisse
– She has a bright and innocent personality suitable for her age, and she always encourages her friends
– Her first class in the original game was a Cleric which could heal allies’ HP, but in this game, she wields an axe and fights on the frontlines by herself
– Just like War Clerics in Fire Emblem Awakening, she also excels in close-range combat while being a healer

Earlier today, we learned that the New 3DS has come to an end in Japan. Nintendo is discontinuing the system, though the New 3DS XL will continue to be sold.

In a statement, Nintendo told GamesIndustry that the news has no impact on America since “the model in question was only sold in limited quantities as special offerings.”

Nintendo of America says:

“This announcement does not affect Nintendo of America territories, as the model in question was only sold in limited quantities as special offerings. There are no changes to the sales status of New Nintendo 3DS XL, Nintendo 2DS or the upcoming New Nintendo 2DS XL, which launches on July 28.”

The New 3DS is probably done at this point. Nintendo is now focusing on the New 3DS XL, 2DS, and the 2DS XL at this point. The last hurrah for the New 3DS in the states was likely last year’s Black Friday sale.

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New screenshots and art for Fire Emblem Warriors, showcasing male Robin, Lucina, Lissa, and Frederick. Check out the latest images below.

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The official Japanese Fire Emblem Warriors website has been updated to include character biographies and voice samples for the recently revealed Robin, Frederick, Lissa and Lucina. Sadly, that’s pretty much all there is to it as the website doesn’t provide any additional info on how the characters play and the bios are rather short and basic.

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This week’s Famitsu scans are now available. Highlights include Etrian Mystery Dungeon 2, The Great Ace Attorney 2, Fire Emblem Warriors, Hey! Pikmin, and Layton’s Mystery Journey. Scans of all games are below.

Five minutes of off-screen footage has come in showing Fire Emblem Warriors’ demo at Japan Expo. Most of the gameplay consists of Lucina, but we also get a glimpse at Lissa, male Robin, and Frederick (as a boss). We’ve included the video below.

Details about these characters can be found in our previous post here.

Nintendo and Koei Tecmo prepared a new Fire Emblem Warriors trailer for Japan Expo earlier in the week. At the actual event in France, a fresh build of the game is on display with the latest characters included.

As far as the story goes, the twins live peacefully in their kingdom until a dragon attacks. When that happens, the two are forced to leave. They’ll need to ask help from heroes of other worlds in order to reclaim their kingdom.

Male Robin, Lissa, and Lucina (plus Female Corrin who we’ve already seen) are playable at Japan Expo. New details are in for each.

Here’s the rundown on Robin as relayed by FuranSuwa:

The quirky game Hidden my game by mom is launching on the Japanese 3DS eShop next week as a New 3DS download. View a trailer below.

Nintendo published a brand new trailer for Fire Emblem Warriors today. In it, four new characters are confirmed. Lucina, male Robin, Frederick, and Lissa are officially in the game.

“Warriors’ Awakening” is the new trailer for Fire Emblem Warriors. Get a look at it below.

The latest Japanese hardware sales from Media Create are as follows:

Switch – 25,805
PS4 – 21,873
New 3DS LL – 12,669
PS4 Pro – 7,321
Vita – 4,403
2DS – 2,311
New 3DS – 740
Xbox One – 228
Wii U – 193
PS3 – 153

For comparison’s sake, here are the hardware numbers from last week:

Switch – 22,361
PS4 – 19,095
New 3DS LL – 11,474
PS4 Pro – 6,585
Vita – 4,077
2DS – 2,545
New 3DS – 710
Xbox One – 265
PS3 – 201
Wii U – 150

And here are the software charts:

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