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Fire Emblem Fates Receives Themed New 3DS XL

Joining the likes of Majora’s Mask, Monster Hunter 4 and Happy Home Designer, Fire Emblem Fates will be receiving a themed New 3DS XL system. The system costing $199.99 (or around £141), it won’t include a copy of the game, but its sleekly finished surface is adorned with some elegant Fire Emblem concept art (via. GameSpot).

The console will, however, release on February 19; the same day as the game. The Western release will launch with two available versions, by the name of Birthright and Conquest, whilst an additional version – Revelation – will make its appearance after the game’s initial release.
If you’re feeling spoilt for choice, purchasing one version enables you to acquire the other digitally for $20 (around £15), to ensure your pockets aren’t completely hollowed out.

Fire Emblem Fates

If Fire Emblem fans wish to buy all three, however, a collector’s edition is also on its way for $79.99 (£56 approximately), including the three versions, along with an art book and a 3DS XL carrying pouch.

Fire Emblem Fates is set for release on February 19, with additional DLC surfacing after launch.

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Charlie is a platforming romantic from England, that still speaks in a fashion that died with the Elizabethan era. Having been gaming since the days of Crash Bandicoot, he champions the Playstation, and is only a little bit embarassed that Super Mario Land keeps spelling his defeat.

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