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Pre-order Art Book for Fire Emblem: Awakening 3DS

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US retailer GameStop are offering a limited edition character art book for pre-ordering Fire Emblem Awakening.

Customers who grab hold of an early copy of the 3DS release in February next year will receive a book containing artwork from the series, concept sketches and the stunning visual direction from the new game.

To pre-order head over to the GameStop website or enquire in-store. Last week Nintendo put together a video guide to the series for Fire Emblem newcomers that's certainly worth a watch if you're curious about Awakening.

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Wonder if there will be any UK preorder bonuses. Fire Emblem Awakening looks amazing wonder if they'll include the DLC in the western releases.

These characters 'can' be so good, yet so unexploited for me. Nintendo milk their characters every now and again, in some cases inducing a facepalm from me, but this is one of those cases where I think they milk them far too little. I sometimes feel, in the grand scheme of things, that FE characters are living in the shadow of the others when they can do far more.

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