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Fire Emblem DS Boxart, Screens

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As announced late last year, Fire Emblem is coming to the DS. The tactical RPG's first entry in the franchise, Fire Emblem: Shadown Dragons and the Blade of Light, is getting a DS remake, complete with online features, enhanced graphics and dual screenage. Players will be able to duke it over the Nintendo's WiFi connection. No word whether this will see a Western release. The game's out August 7th for ¥4,800 (US$45) in Japan.

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Be warned: The screenshots are painfully small.

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『ファイアーエムブレム』シリーズ第1作がDSでリニューアル! Wi-Fi対戦にも対応 [Dengeki Online]

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@dunetiger reads kotaku, seems pleased: I didn't beat the first GBA one because it made me use a character I'd been ignoring all game because of his poor range, and made him royal to boot, but the GCN and Wii ones didn't have that problem.