Monthly Archives February 2017

Nintendo Japan details Fire Emblem Echoes: Valentia Complete Edition

Nintendo Japan has released new details and images of its upcoming Fire Emblem Echoes: Valentia Complete Edition. While we’ve known about this Japan-exclusive set for some time, now we’ve got a first look at what’s included in the 10,980 yen (around $ 100) package. The set includes a copy of the game, a soundtrack with 30 tracks of the game, a 40 page book with title art and a Blu-ray disc with over 90 minutes of HD movies of Fire Emblem titles from the past 10 years.

Nintendo Japan has also been kind enough to share four of the tracks that will be included in the soundtrack. You can listen to them below.





It’s not yet known whether this set will arrive in North America or Europe, but stay tuned to Nintendo Wire for the latest news when it comes out!


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A Nintendo fan since birth, Jason is the creator of Amiibo News and editor-in-chief of Nintendo Wire. One of his life goals is to bring the latest Nintendo news to other gamers with his natural craftsmanship.

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Nintendo Japan releases new Mario Sports Superstars amiibo support information

Nintendo Japan has released new information on the upcoming Mario Sports SuperStars amiibo cards and how they work in the game.

First of all, amiibo characters, or Superstar characters, have higher stats than standard characters. Superstar characters are only available through amiibo cards and cannot be unlocked in any other way. One way to differentiate Superstars from other amiibo games is that used amiibo cards can be collected and used without the card being available at all times. There even seems to be a nice little scrapbook that shows the cards you have in your collection.

Another screenshot shows amiibo cards being used in a minigame, much like the Breakout game where a bullet is used to attack the Shy Guys at the top of the screen. Not much else is known about how the mini-games will be used to power the cards at this time.

Mario Sports Superstars launches on 3DS with a new set of Mario Sports amiibo cards on March 24. You can pre-order the game on Amazon now. The game’s launch editions include a wrapped amiibo card.


Written by Jason Ganos

A Nintendo fan since birth, Jason is the creator of Amiibo News and editor-in-chief of Nintendo Wire. One of his life goals is to bring the latest Nintendo news to other gamers with his natural craftsmanship.

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