Looks like we have a new release date for The Art of Fire Emblem: Awakening. The book was originally due out in August, but obviously that date came and went. Now Amazon shows the book with an Oct. 18th release date. No official confirmation on that date just yet, but we're guessing Amazon is getting it from somewhere legitimate.
Coming from a Eurogamer interview with producer Mark Warburton...
On Supergirl eventually being available for other platforms
"I keep stressing it's a timed exclusive.... The exact specifics of that is something for [publisher] Warner Bros. I'm sure there will be more things to come..."
On Disney content coming to LEGO Dimensions
"We talk to them all the time - Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens is out there, we just released new Lego Marvel DLC. With my Lego Dimensions hat on? We have two different streams on the go - Dimensions is one, then we have our Marvel game and Star Wars... We're happy with the trajectory of Lego Dimensions."
Oh man, some of those are gorgeous! I actually really like both the Sun and Moon designs. I bet a lot of American and European Pokemon fans would love the chance to snatch these up!
A portion of of a Gamesbeat interview with director Arthur Parsons...
GamesBeat: Do you feel like the sector is in need of a morale boost after Disney’s exit?
Parsons: As a developer I was more sad than anything else, yeah. A lot of people there lost their jobs. It’s an unfortunate part of the business. But for us, our plans weren’t affected. We had a three-year plan with Lego Dimensions. We’re just carrying on doing what we were going to do.
It’s always been about giving people that starter pack. They buy that and that’s all they need for their journey. Then they can pick and choose whatever toys they want. If they’re into Fantastic Beasts, they’ll buy that pack. Hopefully they’ll buy all of them. [laughs] But there’s no requirement. You buy whatever packs interest you.
You can see we’ve put a lot of effort into getting the minifigures as unique and authentic as possible. Gremlins might not be something eight-year-old kids know, but their parents will, and they can experience that with their kids through Lego Dimensions.
Placed after the jump due to spoilers..