Fire Emblem: Awakening On Sale At Amazon

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Fire Emblem: Awakening

For anyone who hasn’t purchased Fire Emblem: Awakening, or was just waiting for a price drop on the physical copies, you’re in luck. Amazon has slashed the original $39.99 price point to $34.97, saving you five bucks off your purchase.

Fire Emblem: Awakening is still being supported on the DLC side, as NOA giving us the steady stream of new content that NOJ did for the Japanese fans. With the last pieces of DLC still undetermined as of now, there is quite a few available for your choice with prices ranging from $2.50 – $6.50 for a whole pack. Some are good for grinding gold/exp., some are important to the main plot, some are for fans who love the unit conversations, and for those curious about certain individuals who you meet on the main journey.  A little something for everyone.

Fire Emblem: Awakening

If you’re on the fence about the game, or just not a big strategy fan, you can check out our review on the game here; you may be in for a surprise. If you’re really interested in the game beyond its gameplay, check out our import review on the art behind the game here.

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