Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon & The Blade of Light – the first Fire Emblem game of 1990 – will be released for Nintendo Switch on December 4, 2020 and will be fully localized for the first time. only in Japan on the Nintendo family computer (Famicom), told a story featuring the “heroic exploits of Prince Marth”, and started a franchise that spawned 20 games, spin-offs and remakes, the most recently with Fire Emblem: Three Houses for the Nintendo Switch.Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon & The Blade of Light will be available on Nintendo eShop for $ 5.99 and will only be available for purchase until the end of the 30th anniversary of the franchise on March 31, 2021. Super Mario 3D All -Stars and Super Mario Bros. 35 will also only be available, at least in their current forms, until that date as well. There will also be a 30th anniversary edition of Fire. Emblem which will be available for $ 49.99 and will include “a nostalgic, stylized physical NES box and a replica of the NES Game Pak artwork with a protective sleeve that carries the owners back to the time of the original game’s release. . “There will also be an art book Deluxe 222-page Legacy of Archanea hardcover, download code, NES instruction manual (also localized!), fold-out world map, and retro Mini Nintendo Power collectible. Blade of Light will have its first English localization on Switch, and will also have rewind, fast forward, and save states to aid players on their journey. Throughout the adventure, players will be able to control dozens of characters with unique attributes and will help Marth acquire the sacred sword of Falchion in his quest to restore peace to the kingdom of Archanea. This particular adventure was remade for the Nintendo DS in 2008 as Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon. In our review, we said, “Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon doesn’t offer a revolutionary experience, but it’s a very refined and well-rounded example of a strategy game. Nintendo has done a good job making sure to keep the game going. challenge the series because while providing a more user-friendly experience for newcomers. Series superfans may be disappointed with the lack of new features, but this is still one of the turn-based strategy experiences. strongest in DS Any advice Want to discuss a possible story Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org Adam Bankhurst is a news editor for Esports Ray You can follow him on Twitter @AdamBankhurst and on Twitch.