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#1 13 years ago

just some new fire emblem screen shots release enjoy :D http://www.jeux-france.com/news7812_fire-emblem.html




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#2 13 years ago

hope its as good as the GBA version. at the very least!




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#3 13 years ago

/me likes the anime style.

should be good, as long as they don't waste like 7 missions on tutorials again.




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#4 13 years ago
JP(NL)/me likes the anime style. should be good, as long as they don't waste like 7 missions on tutorials again.

I believe Intelligent system said that they are making it the diffculty of the older FE games on nes and snes ( which were harder then the GBA ones) so we probably see the Tutorial dissappear then :D Anyway a scan from a japanese mag with more Character artwork and some new pics Click on the picture to make it larger :D http://img159.exs.cx/img159/7712/firegc5ej.jpg




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#5 13 years ago

it gets better every time i see it!




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#6 13 years ago

New information concerning Fire Emblem: Trail of Blue Flames have been available via a Japanese publication. The story is set on a continent Terius, which is home to two different races. The humanoid Beok live side-by-side with the beastly Raguz throughout the eight kingdoms. The current truce between the group seems to be fragile, as they have a strong dislike for each other.

The terrain will play a large factor in the gameplay. Players who place units on higher terrain than the enemies will gain damage bonuses. Likewise, archers placed on high terrain will gain a wider range. Whether placing units on lower terrain has any comparable relevance is unknown.

"Pushing" units, either ally or enemy, will be one of the many available commands. Exact details are unknown, other than it will rush slower moving units to the front lines faster. Character skills will be similar to previous versions, but a new enigmatic parameter, called "capacity," will be introduced in this Fire Emblem title.

Newly announced characters from Trail of Blue Flames include:

Ike- The hero of this story. Ike is training to become a full-fledged member of the Grail Mercenary Troop. Although not very talkative, he can be quite impulsive at times.

Grail- Leader of the Grail Mercenaries and Ike's father. Grail is gruff and fair, yet still highly respected among his troops.

Mist- Ike's younger sister, and a helper for her father's troop. She's the homemaker of the family, and has a bright, cheery personality. She wears a medallion that serves as a memento of her mother.

Tiamat- Grail's second-in-command who wields a large halberd. A former member of the Kremia Royal Knights, she unexplainably joins Grail's forces. Her past with the knights or why she joined Grail is shrouded in mystery.

Senerio- A young strategist apprentice. Down to earth, collective, and in touch with reality, he has full trust in Ike.

Elincia- Princess of the Kremia kingdom. She fled her country's capital when it was invaded by enemy forces of the kingdom of Dein. While being pursued by soldiers, she wound up separated from her escort.

Fire Emblem: Trail of Blue Flames is scheduled for a Japanese release of April 20. The tentative release date for the North American version is still speculated to be in the second quarter of this year.

I found that at RPGamer




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#7 13 years ago

what about the obligatory burnt down village?