Taking a Look Back at The Super Smash Bros. Direct



I stalled long enough. It’s time to finally take a look back at my Predictions for Fire Emblem and Smash Bros and see how I did. In case you forgot about the Nintendo Direct, well, here you go.

Watch it. Live it. Or ignore it! Now let’s get cracking:

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Fire Emblem 7′s Lyn Returns To Super Smash Bros as an Assist Trophy

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So for those who thought Lyn had a chance to become a playable character in the latest Super Smash Bros game, well, scratch her off the list. She’s back, but again as an assist trophy.

…Maybe if it we’re lucky we won’t have to hear her English voice again…?

Ok! Fire Emblem Prediction Time For The Super Smash Bros. Direct!

Smash BrosSo finally, Super Smash Bros 4 will have its own Nintendo Direct. As you can see, it will take place on Tuesday, 6pm EST time/3PM PST. I guess for this it’ll be like 25-30 minutes long. Well it could be nearly an hour but I doubt it. So, of course I’ll have to jump in and predict what will be revealed in this direct…but with a Fire Emblem flavor!

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Why I Finally Decided to Play Shin Monshou no Nazo

Fire Emblem Shin MonshouIt was a dark and stormy night (actually, it was clear as day). I was getting myself all hyped for Awakening that was coming out in a few months. Just scrolling through Serenes Forest, seeing the discussion, etc, it was fun. I was keeping up with all the news on mainstream gaming sites. Then all of a sudden, Serenes Forest started advertising Fire Emblem: Shin Monshou no Nazo.

And I ended up learning how to use an emulator/rom to go play it.

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Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars is Tedious

Conception IISo by request from Strykerclaw96, I decided to download the Conception II demo for the 3DS. I had no idea what to expect since I didn’t play the first Conception game, and from what I read of the synopsis, it sounded like an excuse to see high school girls have sex with the male lead, and then use those children to fight their battles. Whatever the case, it surely would be pick up and play, and not overly complex right?

Yeah, I was wrong.

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Fire EmblemWell, actually, the site was officially born on March 18, 2013. However, the very first post was on March 25, 2013.

Man, has it been a wild ride since. And there’s only one thing to do about it: say thanks.

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