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For all of the Fire Emblem fans out there, we’re finally getting this one. -Finally- — CHOOSE THE FAMILY THAT RAISED YOU OR SIDE WITH YOUR TRUE HOMELAND WHEN FIRE EMBLEM FATES LAUNCHES THIS SATURDAY Defend Hoshido in Fire Emblem Fates: Birthright or put a stop to King Garon’s machinations in Fire Emblem Fates: Conquest, arriving in Australia and New Zealand on May 21 19th May, 2016 – After the series’ best-ever launch in the United States earlier this year, strategy fans in Australia and New Zealand are preparing to make a difficult choice: fight for the family that raised them in Fire Emblem Fates: Conquest or fight for their true homeland in Fire Emblem Fates: Birthright, two new … Continue reading
Gaming PR: Slay Evil Mirages – and Slay Like a Pop Star – in Unique Japanese RPG Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE, Coming to Wii U on June 25
I hope you like your Fire Emblems. — SLAY EVIL MIRAGES – AND SLAY LIKE A POP STAR – IN UNIQUE JAPANESE RPG TOKYO MIRAGE SESSIONS #FE, COMING TO Wii U ON JUNE 25 The Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Fortissimo Edition includes six-track CD, artbook, a download code for extra content, and more 3rd May 2016 – Anyone ready to take on a totally new kind of RPG experience should get ready to give a virtuoso performance in Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE, arriving on Wii U in Australia and New Zealand on June 25. In this new title from the RPG masters at Atlus, tactical turn-based combat and a story rooted in modern-day Japanese culture combine with stellar production … Continue reading
Fire Emblem Fates news! — SIDE WITH THE FAMILY WHO RAISED YOU, DEFEND YOUR TRUE HOMELAND, OR FORGE YOUR OWN PATH IN FIRE EMBLEM: FATES, COMING TO NINTENDO 3DS ON MAY 21 DLC Map Packs 1 & 2 will provide new content throughout the year 29th April 2016 – The fate of two nations is in your hands when Fire Emblem Fates releases exclusively for Nintendo 3DS family systems on May 21 in Australia and New Zealand. The latest in the long-running series of strategic turn-based RPGs will see players choosing to side with the Hoshido family they were born to, the Nohr family they were raised by, or forge their own path in one of three unique … Continue reading
… because calling it a translation at this point would be wrong. Earlier this week, we wrote about the fan backlash from the recently released Fire Emblem Fates video game that was just released in the US. Fans were concerned about the state of the game as it had, in comparison to the Japanese original, a tonne of “quality” translations, complete character personality rewrites, removal of gameplay content and more. In relation to this, we had requested that Nintendo give us some details on why these changes were made. Below is the statement given to us by our Nintendo representative. Making changes when bringing games to the West is a common part of the localisation process for many companies, including … Continue reading
Very recently, the latest game in the Fire Emblem series, Fire Emblem Fates, was released in the US. While Fire Emblem games haven’t traditionally been too popular and instead had a pretty niche playerbase, the previous game in the title, Fire Emblem Awakening, brought the series to a more mainstream gaming audience. This latest title has taken fire from gamers who are claiming that they have found that the experience portrayed in the Japanese version of the game has been dramatically altered and neutered during the localisation process before the release of the game. Looking through some of the gamers complaints, it’s hard to deny that they believe that they have been deliberately mislead when it has come to the … Continue reading
The past couple of days have been a strange time to be a Fire Emblem fan. The latest game in the series, Fire Emblem Fates, was applauded by the games press for including homosexual characters without them looking too closely at whatever else is in the game. However, that applause was soon silenced when it was revealed in some way that a lesbian character would be drugged into finding the male protagonist attractive enough to marry. Only, of course, this is a gross exaggeration by the gaming press. As you can tell, the gaming press’ bias towards gender politics and not towards coherent storytelling is at play here when at roughly the same time, multiple outlets cover what looks like … Continue reading