Nintendo’s Most Successful Smartphone Game Is ‘Fire Emblem Heroes’

Nintendo has launched several mobile games to date, a very different change in pace compared to several years ago when the company was adamant about not launching games on mobile. Turns out it was a great decision because according to the latest data from Sensor Tower (via AppleInsider), Fire Emblem Heroes has made the company a lot of money.


Fire Emblem: Three Houses Announced For The Nintendo Switch

Nintendo’s Fire Emblem series has found its way across multiple Nintendo platforms in the past, and more recently it also found its way onto mobile. For those who were hoping to see a new Fire Emblem title on the Nintendo Switch, you’ll be pleased to learn that will be happening as Nintendo has since announced Fire Emblem: Three Houses.


Fire Emblem Fates Complete Edition For Nintendo Switch Briefly Listed

For gamers who are looking forward to getting their hands on more games for the Nintendo Switch, you might be interested to learn that Fire Emblem could be one of the titles that will be arriving on the console. This is according to an alleged listing on Amazon Spain’s website for Fire Emblem Fates Complete Edition.


Nintendo Taking Action Against Fire Emblem Heroes Cheaters

Whenever there is a game, there are bound to be cheaters who can’t be bothered to finish or progress in the game like everyone else. Whether it be by downloading tools that helps them cheat, or by exploiting bugs in the game, there are a ton of ways to cheat and it seems that Nintendo isn’t too pleased with it.


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Fire Emblem Heroes Now Reported To Have Made $5 Million

According to a report last week, it was revealed that Nintendo’s latest mobile efforts Fire Emblem Heroes is pulling in the big bucks. It reportedly earned Nintendo $2.9 million on its first day, and now it seems that a new report has revealed that the game has actually made $5 million within its first first days of release.


Fire Emblem Heroes Reportedly Earned $2.9 Million On Its First Day

The other day Nintendo officially released “Fire Emblem Heroes” for iOS and Android. Nintendo’s first-party titles are usually pretty well-received, so it is not surprising to learn that according to Sensor Tower (via MacRumors), Fire Emblem Heroes managed to earn a whopping $2.9 million on its first day.


‘Fire Emblem Heroes’ Now Available On iOS And Android

A couple of weeks ago Nintendo confirmed that Fire Emblem Heroes would be their next mobile title and that it would be released on the 2nd of February. Sure enough Nintendo has kept their word because if you are interested in getting your hands on the game, it is now available on iOS and Android devices.


Fire Emblem For Mobile Will Take Up 1GB Of Storage

A couple of weeks ago Nintendo announced that Fire Emblem Heroes will be the next game that they will be releasing on mobile. If you are excited for the title then you might want to start clearing out some space on your phone because apparently Nintendo has advised that the game will take up 1GB of storage.


Nintendo Confirms New Fire Emblem Title For The Switch

If the Nintendo Switch hopes to get off the ground and running, it will definitely need a bunch of games that gamers can play at the start, or at least within a short amount of time following its release. The console is expected to launch with titles like The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and 1-2 Switch, but what else is in store for the console?


Fire Emblem Heroes Will Be Nintendo’s Next Mobile Title [Update]

Update – Following the announcement, Nintendo seems to have changed their mind and stated that the game will be launched on iOS and Android devices simultaneously, so we guess this won’t be an exclusive to Android for now. Original story below.We know that Android gamers must have been a bit bummed to learn that Super Mario Run was an iOS exclusive at the start, although that exclusivity will be coming […]


Animal Crossing & Fire Emblem For Mobile Delayed To 2017

Yesterday Nintendo made a surprise appearance at Apple’s iPhone event in which they announced Super Mario Run, a timed exclusive for iOS devices which is also scheduled for a release on Android in 2017. Now like we said, this is surprising because last we checked, Nintendo’s next mobile titles were Animal Crossing and Fire Emblem.


Nintendo Explains Decision Behind New Mobile Titles

Making good on their word that after the launch of Miitomo that the company would offer up games with more familiar characters, Nintendo has explained why they have decided to go with Animal Crossing and Fire Emblem. This was revealed by Nintendo’s CEO Tatsumi Kimishima during a Q&A with investors.


Animal Crossing & Fire Emblem Will Be Nintendo’s Next Mobile Games

Yesterday we reported that today, Nintendo could be sharing their next plans for mobile and sure enough they have. In case the more social-like gameplay of Miitomo did not appeal to you and you wanted something more traditional as far as gaming is concerned, don’t worry as Nintendo has your back.


Fire Emblem Fates Edition New Nintendo 3DS XL Set To Launch In February

It looks like Nintendo is all set to ramp up their Nintendo 3DS family with some more new systems – and new here meaning additional livery compared to the stock models that are in the market. For instance, there is the special Fire Emblem Fates Edition New Nintendo 3DS XL system that will roll out this coming February 19, with a Collector’s Edition for Bravely Second: End Layer, and this […]