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Fire Emblem Fates: Special Edition With DLC [De...

@Captain_Toad Revelation is notable because for most it's mostly DLC only (the special edition with it on the cart is pretty darn rare). Awakening is a retail game so, theoretically, it's just about finding a copy.

Fire Emblem Fates: Special Edition With DLC [De...

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Very glad and lucky to purchased the special edition back in time, but this really sucks. We have just only 3 months to download the dlc of our backlog 3ds games. We should not forget a title and also we shall search the eshop to download digital only games that have great use of stereoscopic 3d. Three months with a lot of press and anxious. Very angry again with Nintendo. It's too soon God Damned!!!

An official soundtrack album, Fire Emblem if Official Soundtrack, released on April 27, 2016, through the Symphony No. 5 label of Tablier Communications. The album contains seven discs of music from all three versions of Fates, and a booklet featuring commentary from the composers. Also included is a special DVD containing remixes of tracks from both Fates and previous Fire Emblem games, high-definition versions of the three opening cinematics, and cutscenes from Birthright and Conquest featuring alternate versions of a dance sequence with Azura.[44] The soundtrack, having eight disks in total, is one of the largest single game official soundtracks ever released.[45] "Lost in Thoughts All Alone", Renka's debut single, was released as a regular CD edition and a special DVD edition featuring a music video on July 1, 2015.[38][41] It was also included as part of the main soundtrack release.[39]

Fates was announced for all regions via a Nintendo Direct broadcast in January 2015. It was announced in Japan as Fire Emblem if.[46] Its English title was revealed during the Electronic Entertainment Expo 2015.[47] Fates was released in multiple versions. Birthright and Conquest both received a physical release on June 25, 2015, in Japan, which was announced for a 2016 release in the West.[32][48] Players who purchase a physical copy of either version can download the other version as DLC for a reduced price.[48] Revelation was released exclusively as downloadable content on July 9, two weeks after the physical release of Fates.[49] In addition to the standard releases was a special edition giving access to Birthright, Conquest, and Revelation.[48] The western release also follows the release pattern used in Japan. In North America, the physical versions were released first in February, with the third storyline coming later as DLC in March.[32][50] In Europe, the physical editions were released on May 20, with Revelation following as DLC on June 9.[51] A special edition, containing all three storylines and an art book, was made available in both regions alongside the initial physical releases.[51][52] In Australia, the physical versions launched on May 21, while Revelation launched on June 10.[53]

Shortly after pre-orders for the special edition were announced, it sold out within a day. Following complaints from fans, Nintendo created a second run for the edition.[88] In its week of release, Fates topped sales charts, with initial sales of both versions totaling 260,675 copies. The game's special edition sold a further 42,991 copies, bringing total sales to 303,666 copies.[89] Birthright was the better-selling of the physical versions, with Conquest coming in second place.[90] It remained at the top of the charts the following week, selling a further 54,896 copies.[91] Birthright remained at the top, while Conquest dropped to fourth place.[92] By the third week, both versions of Fates had dropped to fourth place, selling a further 29,682 copies and bringing total sales to 345,253 copies.[93] Famitsu's sales estimates were slightly higher, with their sales figures for the game totaling 353,201 copies, and going on to sell 71,550 and 41,400 copies over the next two weeks, bringing total recorded sales to 456,274 copies.[94] In July, Kibayashi reported via Twitter that Fates was the current best-selling video game on Amazon Japan.[36] By the end of 2015, according to Famitsu, both physical versions had sold a combined total of 538,669 units, coming in at No. 10 of the year's top-selling video games.[95]

Fire Emblem Warriors launches for Nintendo Switch, as well as New Nintendo 3DS, New Nintendo 3DS XL and New Nintendo 2DS XL systems on Oct. 20. A special-edition bundle of the game will launch exclusively for the Nintendo Switch system on the same day at a suggested retail price of $79.99. The special edition includes the game, premium character card set with slip case, a double-sided poster and a three-CD music set. 041b061a72


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