Nintendo have announced the 6th Grand Prix／Maximus Cup／Teto 1 Cup for TETRIS 99 taking place between 23-27 August, where scoring 100 event points will unlock you a Fire Emblem: Three Houses collaboration theme. Buy a physical copy of the game here and use the code JPNINTENDO for 5% off. Theme pictured below…
From the Fire Emblem: Three Houses game, a new Grand Hero, Death Knight: The Reaper, is waiting in Fire Emblem Heroes‘ Special Maps. As the Flame Emperor’s lieutenant, he seeks to fight only the strong. Defeat him to make him your ally. Daily Summoning Event and Grand Hero Battle Revival detailed below…
The New Hero Byleth: Tested Professor has joined the battle in Fire Emblem Heroes if you purchase Fire Emblem: Three Houses (go here for full details). There is also a special Log-In Bonus from which you can receive 5 Orbs (open to those that haven’t purchased Three Houses). Introduction video for Byleth added below…
A set of physical Fire Emblem: Three Houses My Nintendo Rewards are now available in Japan with a B2 Poster Set (which covers with an alternate reversible sleeve for the Three Houses game), a B6 Ring Notebook, and a Masking Tape Set. All items are expected to be shipped by late August (domestic Japanese shipping only). Pictures added below. Check out our Rewards page for the full list of available rewards in Japan.
A Version 1.0.1 update to Fire Emblem: Three Houses is available at launch which adds a “Nintendo eShop” link on the menu screen to purchase the Expansion Pass (which costs ¥2,700), allows you to change your outfit in the monastery, unlocks the (pictured) Officers Academy Uniform (if purchased the Expansion Pass), and it fixes various other issues to improve game experience.
Nintendo’s latest entry in its strategy RPG series Fire Emblem: Three Houses is now available on the Japanese Nintendo Switch eShop priced at ¥7,538 and requiring 11.0 GB. English language is supported. Buy your eShop cards here with delivery instant. Purchase the packaged version here – use the code JPNINTENDO for 5% off all orders for physical items above $20.
This week’s issue (No.1599) of Weekly Famitsu magazine features Fire Emblem: Three Houses as its cover story. Order physical copies of the magazine here and use the code JPNINTENDO for 5% off all orders over $20! Please note that Play-Asia incorrectly list this issue as No.1601-02.
Full page magazine advert for Fire Emblem Fuuka Setsugetsu (Fire Emblem: Three Houses) taken from the latest issue of Weekly Famitsu magazine. Order physical copies of the magazine here and use the code JPNINTENDO for 5% off all physical orders above $20!
Fire Emblem: Three Houses Will Add Lunatic Difficulty
Genki Yokota says in this week’s issue of Weekly Famitsu regarding Fire Emblem: Three Houses: “Separately from the Expansion Pass, we plan to release the ‘Lunatic’ difficulty post-release as a free update. It’ll have to wait for a bit, but I hope veterans will play that too”. Thanks to BlackKite.
Forging Bonds: Joining Forces is here in Fire Emblem Heroes. If you grow close to all the event characters, you can unlock a special conversation featuring Heroes from the Fire Emblem: Three Houses game including Byleth, Edelgard, and more. Today also sees an Aether Raids Event and New Heroes: Three Houses (see this post for more) and three new home screen themes (see below).
New Heroes are set to join the battle in Fire Emblem Heroes from the upcoming Nintendo Switch Fire Emblem: Three Houses game with Edelgard: The Future, Dimitri: The Protector, Claude: The Schemer, and Byleth: Proven Professor arriving on 22 July for the New Heroes: Three Houses summoning event and New Story Chapter: Cohort of the Dead. Official artwork and introduction video added below.
This week’s line-up of games releasing in Japan include the pictured Fire Emblem: Three Houses from Nintendo, KILL la KILL the GAME IF from Arc System Works, Rune Factory 4 Special from Marvelous, The Ninja Warriors Once Again from Taito, and much more. Check out the current list of games below and look out for the full line-up complete with prices and artwork later in the week.
Nintendo of Japan Comment on Same-sex Relationships in Fire Emblem: Three Houses
Recently Nintendo of America confirmed that same-sex relationships are possible in Fire Emblem: Three Houses. Nintendo Co., Ltd. have confirmed to Japanese website Automaton that this is possible. Read the full translation below thanks to BlackKite.