And The Fandom Rejoiced / Fire Emblem

Fire Emblem Awakening
  • The European release of Fire Emblem Awakening was confirmed shortly before the Japanese launch. Nintendo of America kept the suspense AGAIN for a couple of months, but the American release ended up being confirmed as well mid-way through the E3 2012. And via Twitter after THREE conferences without the announcement showing up. Keeping the suspense indeed, but surely Fire Emblem fans went nuts!
  • There are also those who reacted similarly upon learning that Yusuke Kozaki, the artist of No More Heroes, would be designing the characters.
  • While the paid DLC is a base breaking issue the fact that Nintendo has used it to bring back old characters and maps has been met positively...some just hope the maps and characters will have story importance rather being totally random (which is fair).
  • The news that the Cleric class could promote into NUNSWITHAXES was greeted with immense enthusiasm, likely as a result of the series' history of giving female units limited access to axes (the only real examples being Titania, Ekhidna, and Minerva).
  • Dating Sim elements have been brought to the support system, and pairing some characters allow them to have children.
  • Emmeryn and Walhart will become playable characters via Spotpass.
  • Roy is in this game!...as a DLC character.
    • So is Marth, meaning you can have Marth and Roy on the same team in the same game!
  • Female Mercenaries and Heroes make appearances. This is the first time they've been seen in an internationally-released game. Celebrations were had.
  • The 6 Spotpass Characters (Gangrel, Walhart, Emmeryn, Yen'fay, Aversa, and Priam) getting conversations with each other and other characters in the last Otherworld Resort DLC Chapter! Freakin' finally!
  • The surprisingly early release in the U.S. (now Feb.4th) has had fans fangasming for hours. Some European fans even decided "screw it" and will be getting an American 3DS so they don't have to wait.
    • European players got something to rejoice over in the "Luigi Special Nintendo Direct": A Limited Edition Bundle with a 3DS XL! Totes worth the wait!
  • We now have videos featuring the English voices of the Awakening cast. They don't suck! Even Chrom's voice. Especially Chrom's voice! WOOHOO!
  • And for the people who prefer subs over dubs, the game will have dual audio tracks that you can switch at any time.

Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE

Fire Emblem Fates
  • NEW FIRE EMBLEM GAME! AND IT HAS FEET!
  • After people criticized Fire Emblem Awakening for not having a Gay Option, there are Same Sex marriages allowed in this one.
  • Gender restrictions have been lifted from classes. That's right, girls can become axefighters and berserkers while guys can ride pegasi.

Fire Emblem Warriors

Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows Of Valentia
  • Man, Fire Emblem Gaiden looks so cool. Too bad that it'll probably never release outside of Japa-wait, THEY'RE REMAKING THE GAME FOR NINTENDO 3DS, IT'S BEING RELEASED ONLY A MONTH AFTER THE JAPANESE RELEASE, AND THEY'RE RELEASING AN AMIIBO DOUBLE PACK OF ALM AND CELICA?! YYYEEEEAAAAAAHHHHHHH!
  • While the previous Fire Emblem games only had full voice acting during important cutscenes, with the rest of the voice acting being voice clips for various situations, this game features fully voiced dialogue for nearly everything in the game, with only a few minor NPCs going unvoiced.
  • Some fans were worried that Echoes intentionally dropping some of the mechanics from later games in the series meant that Support Conversations would be absent like in Shadow Dragon. Fortunately, Support Conversations will be added to the game.

Fire Emblem Heroes
  • When it was first annouced that there would be a Fire Emblem game for mobile phones, no one was particularly interested and wrote it off. Then when it was officially shown off in the Fire Emblem Direct, it revealed that it was going to feature all of the characters from the previous games! That means not only will the Smash characters and Chrom appear, but also fan-favorites and more obscure characters get a chance to shine! Suddenly, the game's reception went from "apathetic disinterest" to "frothing demand".
  • All of the characters have voiced lines! Additionally, many returning characters from Awakening and Fates have their voice actors reprise their roles, and the game even shows who voices each character.
  • After almost 3 months of waiting, with him taunting players on the title screen, Ike is finally summonable!

Other
  • Starting with the Fire Emblem Amiibo functionality in Code Name: S.T.E.A.M., Marth has an official English voice actor in the form of Yuri Lowenthal, a choice that carries over to every English-released FE game featuring him in the future. Needless to say, many fans of the Prince of Altea were ecstatic.
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