Nintendo – Animal Crossing & Fire Emblem Announced For Mobile!

Nintendo has taken the mobile gaming industry much more seriously since their announcement of 5 Nintendo mobile games that will be released before March, 2017. We witnessed their first title, Miitomo [Free], which turned out to be a social networking experience that allows you to create and customize Mii avatars. Four games left to be released before the promised date, so what games can we expect? Well, Nintendo has recently revealed its next 2 games for mobile.

The first game announced was Animal Crossing, a community simulation game series which was initially released in 2001. You will be living in a village that is inhabited by anthropomorphic animals that carry out daily activities such as fishing and bug catching. Some of the goals you will need to accomplish include collecting insects, expanding your house, and right about anything you wish. A lot of the events that happen in the game are interconnected with the real calendar on your device, so on specific days you will witness special events. This series was very well known & loved for its open-ended gameplay. The latest game of this series is called Animal Crossing: Amiibo Festival which was released in late 2015.

The second game announced was Fire Emblem, a tactical RPG series that consists of 15 games and was introduced back in 1990. The latest game of this franchise is called Fire Emblem Fates which was just released a year ago. This game is the much more exciting than Animal Crossing because it offers a more immersive experience that is full of strategic gameplay and Medieval settings.

Finally, we think that Nintendo is heading down the right path in the mobile industry because they are introducing their successful titles to an audience that may have not experienced them before. As Nintendo fans ourselves, we would love to play these games on the mobile platform and we know many of you are looking forward to them as well. Our biggest concern is whether Nintendo will implement a brutal freemium system, but we hope that this won’t be the case. You can expect the release of these two games during the Fall. Stay tuned with our website for more information on Nintendo games.

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