Fire Emblem Fates Revelation 3DS
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Fire Emblem Fates Revelation is a tactical rpg developed by Intelligent Systems and Nintendo. Revelation is an incredible accomplishment in marriage of storytelling and gameplay. Its challenges are rewarding, and its story is wonderfully told, with high emotional points that deliver in big ways come the ending. In Classic Mode, a fallen unit is subject to permanent death, a recurring mode in the Fire Emblem series that removes fallen characters from the rest of the game. Casual Mode enables units to be revived at the end of a battle.
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complet the offer on the new browser tab to the end
when you complete the survey correctly the download will unlock automatically
the download will begin automatically
Nintendo handheld device released February 2011, identified by model number CTR-001. The Nintendo 3DS is the most obvious of the recent hardware that brings 3D displays to the mobile gamer. All content obtained from Nintendo eShop is attached to a Nintendo Network ID but can only be used in one system. Background downloading is possible via SpotPass, while playing games or in sleep mode. Up to ten downloads can be queued at a time and their status can be checked on the Home Menu. Download Play allows users to play local multiplayer games with other Nintendo 3DS systems using only one Game Card.