Fire Emblem: translations from the Fire Emblem 25th Anniversary Making of book

Last month, a Making of book was released in Japan for the 25th Anniversary of the Fire Emblem series.

It’s a collection of never-heard-before stories about the development and evolution of the Fire Emblem series, with also a focus on Fire Emblem Awakening and Fire Emblem Fates: Birthright/Conquest. It contains some interviews with the developers (300 000 characters), over 100 production materials (including some never-seen-before materials), and more.

If you’re interested in the Fire Emblem series and would like translations of the most interesting parts of the book, then you should definitely check out this post on Kantopia. There, you will learn more about the mysterious unreleased Fire Emblem game for the Wii, the equally elusive Fire Emblem: Maiden of Darkness (on the Nintendo 64), and more.

Fire Emblem Making of



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