Fire Emblem is a long running strategy role-playing series from Nintendo since 1990 on the Nintendo Entertainment System though it wasn't until 2003 when the series came to the West. As of July 2017, the Fire Emblem franchise has sold 13.255 worldwide.

Chart Edit

Year Platform Title Sales
(in Ten Thousands)
1990 NES Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light 32.9
1992 NES Fire Emblem: Gaiden 32.5
1994 SNES Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem 77.6
1996 SNES Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War 49.8
1999 SNES Fire Emblem: Thracia 776 15.8
2002 GBA Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade 34.5
2003 GBA Fire Emblem 26.5
2004 GBA Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones 24.6
2005 GCN Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance 15.6
2007 Wii Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn 17.1
2010 DS Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon 25.2
2011 DS Fire Emblem: New Mystery of the Emblem ~Heroes of Light and Shadow~ 25.0
2013 3DS Fire Emblem: Awakening 224[1]
2016 3DS Fire Emblem Fates 285[1]
2017 3DS Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia* 21.5
Year Platform Title Sales
(in Ten Thousands)
2016 Wii U Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE 8.7[2]
2017 iOS/Android Fire Emblem Heroes 1170[3]
2018 New 3DS / Switch Fire Emblem Warriors 100[4]

Individual entries Edit

Fire Emblem (Rekka no Ken) Edit

Fire Emblem: Awakening Edit

Fire Emblem Awakening marked a major shift in the series in both the West and in Japan. It sold well above expectations and every entry in the series, being the first one to exceed 1 million. The critical success led to an extraordinary debut in the West with 180 thousands units sold in its launch month with a third coming from the eShop[5]. It was also the first game in the series to include DLC. The success of this DLC influenced Nintendo plans for future titles. As of 2017, the game sold 2.24 million

Fire Emblem Fates Edit

Fire Emblem Fates was an even larger success with the game selling 300 thousand in opening weekend in the United States. The game debuted at 303 thousand when combining the special edition in Japan as according to Media Create in its launch week. As the game was divided into two versions plus a limited special edition that included the other versions, the sales were split. Birthright was the better performer all-around but, Conquest was close behind. The game also had strong DLC sales.

At 2.85 million, the title is far and away the best selling Fire Emblem title. It is also the best-selling strategy role playing game, beating out Final Fantasy Tactics's 2.4 million.

Fire Emblem Heroes Edit

The game is Nintendo's biggest foray into the mobile market excluding their involvement in Pokemon Go. According to Sensory Tower, the game has grossed $500 million by February 2019. This is more than the other mobile games they published combined[6].

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