Fire Emblem Heroes is a hit

Fire Emblem Heroes has quietly become a mobile success story. It’s free to play, pumps out a steady stream of content updates, and still manages to be able to...
Fire Emblem Heroes

Fire Emblem Heroes has quietly become a mobile success story. It’s free to play, pumps out a steady stream of content updates, and still manages to be able to deliver classic Fire Emblem tactical strategy. While the game series hasn’t been in the west as long as it has in Japan, it has proven to have a passionate player base. Nintendo is still new to the whole mobile gaming world smartphone wise, but given that this is one of the few attempts, the company is clearly hitting it off quite well. Not to mention the continued success of both Super Mario Run and Pokemon GO.

Fire Emblem Heroes is available on iOS and Android, give it a go free of charge. Also don’t forget, Fire Emblem Warriors launches October 20th in North America on Switch!

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