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Fire Emblem Awakening bundle and selectable vocals

Limited edition Fire Emblem Nintendo 3DS

Limited edition Fire Emblem Nintendo 3DS

With the North American release of Fire Emblem Awakening next month, Nintendo has sprung a few surprises. For $199.99 USD, a special edition of the Nintendo 3DS handheld console will come with the turn-based strategy game pre-installed and a 4GB SD card. Decorated with two dragons separated by a sword screened onto the glossy cobalt case, this system will be sure to make any handheld gamer just a teensy bit jealous.

In addition to the eye candy, Crunchyroll has discovered that players will be able to select one of two languages their character speaks in-game. The only obvious choices are English and Japanese. Coupled with the neat feature of downloadable content to expand the action, this just might take the series to a whole new level. On launch day, the first map will be free, but only for a short period of time.

Fire Emblem Awakening will be available on February 4th, 2013. Can’t wait? Download a demo from the Nintendo eShop on January 17th, 2013.

Common Misconceptions About Canada

I have quite a few friends in the United States and a few days ago, one of them asked me if Canadians used different electrical outlets than Americans. Not sure why he asked this since I’ve brought my laptop over to his place a few times before, but it’s about time for me to clear up a few misconceptions on the “great white north.”

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