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Genei Ibun Roku #FE: new character trailer, videos, details and screens

Genei Ibun Roku #FEToday is Friday, which means it’s time for the latest official website update for Genei Ibun Roku #FE! Just like last week, we get more than just one new character trailer: Nintendo also updated the World and System sections with a video, some new details and a couple of new screenshots!

Character trailers

Let’s start right away with the character trailer, which is for:

  • Toma Akagi (voiced by Yuki Ono), which has a dream: becoming the star of an action show for kids. His Mirage is Kain (from Fire Emblem: Thracia 776).

Here’s some artworks for this character and his Mirage, as well as a special drawing by toi8 (the chara-deisgner):

Head after the break for the rest of this post!


The World section of the official website was updated, and a video was added. It shows the main protagonist waalking around town, talking to the various characters. Then suddenly, we get to see a cutscene in which enemy Mirages attack the city. The protagonist walks toward a portal, which is the entrance to one of the dungeons of the game.

Here’s the video:

Dungeon & Battle

The System section of the website was updated with details about Dungeons and the Battle System. We learn that dungeons are accessed from the real world, and are called “Hydra Sphere”. Inside, there’s various gimmicks and obstacles to overcome, and of course enemy Mirages and bosses to defeat. Clearing those dungeons will allow you to progress through the story, naturally.

Each Hydra Sphere has a different design, with various gimmicks inside. For example, in the dungeon located inside Building 106 (which was showcased at E3), you have to operate a giant doll in order to move around the various levels. Unsurprisingly, the boss is hiding on the top floor.

As for battles, they’re triggered automatically when you come into contact with enemies inside the Hydra Spheres. You can get the first strike by slashing at them before the battle starts, instead of simply walking into them. Just like in pretty much all turn-based RPG, you battle by giving commands to your characters. In order to get the upper hand, you need to take advantage of enemy weaknesses (so you can get some bonuses).

As you defeat enemies, you get XP and other stats increases. There’s also a Skill gauge, and when it’s filled, your Mirages learn a new Skill. Of course, you also get various materials, which can then be used to make weapons.

Here’s a video for Dungeons and Battles, which shows the player exploring a dungeon, but also a battle against enemy Mirages:

Here’s some screenshots:

Finally, a special offer for players who live in Japan: currently has 1000 Yen off the Genei Ibun Roku #FE Fortissimo Set and 500 Yen off the Fortissimo and regular edition. Click here for more details (only in Japanese)!


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