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Both versions of Fire Emblem: Fates release today and while you are deciding on which version to buy, don’t forget about the awesome amiibo support included in both versions of the game!

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Currently all of the available Fire Emblem amiibo will be able to be used in the new 3DS game. amiibo characters will be found within the My Castle section of the game. The first two times you utilize your amiibo, the wandering fighters will give your character a gift. The third time you use your trusty amiibo you will be given a chance to battle the trophy character in hopes to enlist them to your cause.

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This begs the question however, will there be eventual compatibility with the upcoming Corrin amiibo? Even though Corrin is the main character of Fates, one could assume there might be a special kind of unlock for using the main character. With Nintendo promising DLC updates for quite a while, an update to increase amiibo compatibility shouldn’t be impossible.

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Choose your destiny between the royal Nohr and the honorable Hoshido in Nintendo’s newest installment in the Fire Emblem franchise. Fire Emblem Fates: Birthright and Fire Emblem Fates: Conquest both promise full and engaging experiences. Players are given the opportunity to purchase the storyline of the opposing game as downloadable content. Nintendo will release another story based DLC called Fire Emblem Fates: Revelation on March 10th, which will give players the choice to decide against both factions and carve their own path. Those who found themselves with the special edition of the game will be able to play all three stories on the same cartridge. The Corrin amiibo’s release date is currently unannounced.

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Written by Austyn Roney

Austyn James Roney is a broadcast journalism student at the University of North Texas. He has had a passion for video games ever since he was five-years-old. His first video game console was the Nintendo 64 bundled with the original Super Smash Bros. The game that really opened his eyes to the wonderful world of gaming was The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. The idea of amiibo instantly fascinated him whenever they were first introduced during E3 in 2014. His first amiibo was Link, and thus began his journey to collect them all!

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