Although a PAL release was pretty much immediately procured, us American folk have been waiting, salivating, and begging for a State-side release of Fire Emblem Awakening. FE:A is the newest 3DS iteration of the Fire Emblem series, and the first ever Nintendo game that will be supporting paid DLC. Today, we yanks can sweat a little less, as Fireemblemawakening.com has evidently been registered by Nintendo of America.
When you think about it, it's entirely possible that they're saving the fanfare for E3 -- Fire Emblem has always had a large fanbase in America, so there's easily a market for it. The 3DS is making awesome strides in 2012, and I hope the Wii-U can follow suit. As for Fire Emblem, I bet you all can't wait to have a crack at the loli marriage simulator (spoiler alert in the link).
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destructoid's previous coverage: Fire Emblem: Awakening