Tag: Fire Emblem

Nintendo Bringing the Original Fire Emblem to the West

It’s been 30 years since Fire Emblem was first released in Japan for the NES and today Nintendo announced that the original NES game will be getting a port for the Nintendo Switch. Now we’ll all be able to follow Marth on his quest to vanquish the Shadow Dragon!

Added features to this port include: 50 playable characters and 20 classes, create bookmark save states, fast forward, and the ability to rewind turns.

There’s also going to be a special Fire Emblem Anniversary Edition. This will feature a download code for the game, a replica game box, instruction booklet, a map, replica Game Pak art piece, Nintendo Power collectible, and an art book.

Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon & the Blade of Light will release on the 4th of December 2020 and will, unfortunately, only be available to purchase up to the 31st of March 2021.

Source: Nintendo

New Amiibo for 2021!

During a Smash broadcast Sakurai gave us our first look at several new Amiibo. Banjo-Kazooie, Byleth and Terry Bogard!These are planned for 2021, with no further details on the exact release date.

Of note is the Byleth Amiibo that will only be available as the P1 fighter.

Source: Nintendo Live

Fire Emblem: Three Houses Soundtrack Will Be Out on February 17, 2021

Intelligent Systems and Pony Canyon revealed the Fire Emblem: Three Houses Original Soundtrack. It will be available for to buy starting on February 17, 2021.

This soundtrack will consist of six CDs that include every BGM track available in Fire Emblem: Three Houses — including those added through post-launch DLC. The sixth CD will also include variations of the main theme song “The Maiden of Hresvelg,” including the English songs like “The Edge of Dawn (Seasons of Warfare)” and “Song of the Nabataeans.”

There will also a bonus DVD that includes the “Battle On (Thunder)” versions of the map themes, BGMs from prior series titles that can be unlocked with Fire Emblem amiibo figures, and a collection of jingles that include the Level Up fanfare, among others. The entire soundtrack length will be over eight hours long. You can also check the full Japanese tracklist on the soundtrack’s official webpage.

The regular edition, which will retail at 7,700 yen (approx $73/£57), contains only the six BGM CDs, the bonus music DVD, and a 20-page full-colored booklet. The limited first print edition, which will be available for 11,000 yen (approx $104/£82), will exclusively add four tall-sized postcards and amusic box that plays “The Maiden of Hresvelg.”

Fire Emblem: Three Houses Original Soundtrack will be released in Japan on February 17, 2021.