Fire Emblem Fates - Limited Edition

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This software bundle includes Fire Emblem Fates - Limited Edition, a FREE Fire Emblem Fates Family Crest Coin and a FREE pre-order only Fire Emblem Fates Home Menu Theme.

The Fire Emblem Fates - Limited Edition includes Fire Emblem Fates: Birthright, Conquest, and Revelation on one Nintendo 3DS Game Card, a SteelBook®, an Artbook and a Double-sided Poster. The Fire Emblem Fates Family Crest Coin comes in a velvet bag and features the Hoshidan and Nohrian family crests.

Release Date: 20 May 2016           One Per Customer

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"Amazing "
IGN 9.5

About the Game

About the Game

Fire Emblem Fates

As a Hoshidan prince raised by Nohrian royals, you're torn between two families. During the game, the player must make the choice between Hoshido and Nohr. Each path will offer a completely different storyline with a different set of characters to recruit as allies. Command them with expert precision and form stronger relationships in this ambitious turn-based strategy game.

The Hoshido path is a more traditional path as you work together with your allies to fend off Nohrian invaders.

The Nohr path will force you to revolutionize an unruly kingdom from the inside – this path offers a slightly more complex story and will be more challenging.

Fire Emblem Fates Special Edition also allows you to explore the depths of a third path: Fire Emblem Fates Revelation.

Fire Emblem Fates Special Edition gives you all three paths on one game card, a steelbook case, a special artbook and an exclusive double-sided poster.

An army of knights, mages, archers and more are at your command for the most challenging battles in the series' history. Each unit and weapon has strengths and weaknesses that you must balance against the foes they face.

Tap in their corresponding compatible Fire Emblem amiibo™ figures and Marth, Ike, Lucina, and Robin will appear in the My Castle area of your game.

The first two times you tap an amiibo character, they may give you a special present.

Tap the amiibo a third time for a chance to battle the character in a Hero Battle. Defeat them to add them to your army!

Product Details

  • Platform: Nintendo 3DS
  • Release Date: 20/05/2016
  • Category: Strategy
  • Players: 1
  • Age Rating: 12 and over
  • Publisher: Nintendo
  • Developer: Intelligent Systems
  • Languages: English



Fire Emblem Fates

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Fire Emblem Fates - Software Special Edition

Fire Emblem Fates comes to the UK on 20th May, alongside this software special edition.

Fire Emblem Fates - UK Release Date & Special Edition Details

Fire Emblem Fates comes to the UK on 20th May 2016. Find out more about Fire Emblem Fates: Birthright, Fire Emblem Fates: Conquest and Fire Emblem Fates, as well as the Special Edition game and New Nintendo 3DS XL.

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10 out of 10


Middlesbrough GB
FE Fates is easily one of the best FE games created. Loveable cast of characters & 3 unique stories & game play experinces.

Game balance seems to be the best it's ever been.
Confirmed purchase: 17 May 2016
Published on: 25 June 2016
8 out of 10


Maidstone GB
A disappointing step down from the series high point of Awakening, Fates sacrifices endearing characters and simple, engaging gameplay by diluting down narrative cohesion and focus on accessibility to instead spread try and cater to both new fans and the few older games fans at the same time and cut the game out into three seperate games that heavily share assets and never quite manage to find their own destinct voice or truly justify their existence beyond the obvious attempt to artificially inflate sales and profits.

The good news however is that despite all this negatives the basic underlying experience is overall a very positive one, and for fans of SRPG's Fates is easily the second best title in the genre on the 3DS.

All this is sadly irrelevant however given that this special edition specifically is almost impossible to come by, unless you're willing to spend an extortionate amount with third party resellers, and shows a clear lack of respect from Nintendo for its customers, even before taking into account the unjustifiable delay in Fates release after Japan and North America.

Instead you're left with 2 games that feel under backed and a third that may as well not exist for most people as it's basically DLC and released a month later for no reason separately when most will have lost interest.
Confirmed purchase: 17 May 2016
Published on: 13 June 2016
6 out of 10


London GB
You might have noticed the low score and that I wouldn't recommend this product. That's because I really can't. Don't misunderstand me. There is a lot to praise in this game. But all accounts it should be a solid 9 and I would recommend it without hesitation.... except this for two major factors.

Number 1 is the poor translation job. This is American text and it is frankly awful. When I heard about the butchery that had happened to some of the dialogue (one of the greatest strengths of Fire Emblem) I was furious. But, I consoled myself with the knowledge that Nintendo of Europe would handle their own translation - I mean, why else would the game be released so late over here?

Sadly this is not the case. The unnecessary changes to certain characters is frankly a disgrace and ruins one of the chief attractions of the series for me. I have yet to see the 'What's up' and the stirring '.....' conversation between two of the characters as I have yet start Revelations as I'm wrapping up the Conquest path.

The second reason for the low score is the cut content. I'm referring to the removal of the interacting with a unit and the removal of certain items (swimwear) from dress up shop. There is no good reason for the removals. They were not harming anyone. They were just a little quirk, a little bit of silliness that was meant in good fun. But, no, the sensibilities of a fragile few have lowered the overall qualities of the game.

It really comes down to choice. Is it silly to have certain characters running around your castle in swimwear? Of course is it - but no one is forcing you to do so. If don't want that - then fine. But is you do, then you're out of luck because.... 'reasons.'

If such a thing wasn't in the game to begin with, I wouldn't care. But since it was and was actively removed for some fad - infuriates me.

Believe me, I don't enjoy writing such negative points against this game as there is a lot here for me to love and recommend. Nintendo has always provided solid products and I feel this is a genuine slip in quality as far as presentation goes. Considering how excellent the translations for 'Awakening' and 'Path of Radiance' were, this is a big disappointment.

I hope this was helpful. Please stop cutting content from your games to try and appease those who will not be appeased. Yes, there are instances where it is valid - but for the most part, it is utterly pointless. And please don't import such an awful translations from America. I can only hope there will be a patch or something to fix this.
Confirmed purchase: 17 May 2016
Published on: 09 June 2016
10 out of 10


Exeter GB
Though sceptical of Nintendo releasing three versions of the new Fire Emblem game, this Strategy RPG is my favourite game series, so I knew I'd buy all three. The third and 'canon' game would be DLC-only, but I appreciate Nintendo making a physical version available for diehard fans/collectors in the PAL Special Edition.
Your character is a prince of peaceful Hoshido raised by the royal family of warmongering Nohr. War erupts and you can side with your birth family (Birthright), your adopted family (Conquest), or refuse to pick a side (Revelations).
Birthright is the easiest campaign, with plenty of opportunities to EXP grind and straightforward maps (but still evokes the frustration expected from the series). Though the Casual setting from Awakening returns, it would feel wrong playing without permadeath. I beat Birthright without losing a single unit.
Conquest has a less satisfying storyline than Birthright, but it sheds more light on the overarching plot/mysteries exposed in Revelations (they feel like loose plot threads in Birthright). It boasts a harder difficulty with scarce EXP and interesting level designs and puzzles/gimmicks. I lost seven soldiers, all butchered by the final boss.
Revelations reuses a few levels from the other two games in its early chapters but then goes on to do its own thing. It finds a middle ground in both difficulty and level design. I beat it without losing any troops (apart from deaths necessitated by the plot).
Its story ties up all plot threads.
They feel like distinct games and I would recommend playing through all three.
An interesting change was pairing up units in defensive or offensive formations. In Awakening, paired party members both attacked and defended together. At first I saw this change as a needless complication, but I got used to the added layer of tactical thinking required by the game.
My only gripe is that the child system feels forced.
The music is beautiful and the updated visuals are gorgeous.
Confirmed purchase: 17 May 2016
Published on: 09 June 2016
9 out of 10


Ramsey GB
Excellent upgrade from awakening though not perfect it's flaws didn't spoil the experience
Confirmed purchase: 17 May 2016
Published on: 08 June 2016
"The best portable game of the year "
Metro 9/10

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