You might have heard that Fire Emblem Fates is getting rid of the infamous ‘petting’ mini game for western shores. But even with that aspect of the game gone, much of the experience is still brimming with suggestive content.
Unlike the Japanese version of Fire Emblem Fates, you won’t be able to “pet” your fellow soldiers, Pokemon Amie style. But that’s OK. You still get something!
Despite being another sequel in a longtime Nintendo series, Fire Emblem Fates is... quirky. Its Japanese version sparked quite a bit of controversy among English-speaking fans when it launched last year. Nintendo is making some fairly significant changes.
When Fire Emblem Fates launched in Japan last year, there was controversy over a scene that was perceived as homophobic. Nintendo says that part won’t be in the English version.
What happens when you cross Shin Megami Tensei with Fire Emblem? Come join me and find out!
Here, have 15 minutes of English Fire Emblem Fates gameplay, thanks to the fine folks at Gamexplain.
We’ve been wondering how this three-part Fire Emblem game would work outside of Japan. Now, we know how you’ll buy the game on February 19.
Behold Lucina, resplendent and thoroughly badass in action figure form.
Genei Ibun Roku X FE, that Shin Megami Tensei meets Fire Emblem Wii U game, has a release date. It will be out in Japan on December 26. No word yet about the game’s international release date.
When picking up Fire Emblem Fates, I had two choices: the stereotypical “good guy” story in Birthright, or the far darker “good people forced to do bad things” story in Conquest. Even as I slaughtered the would-be Birthright heroes, I was glad with the choice I made.
There are three versions of the newest Fire Emblem title: Fire Emblem Fates. Yet, it’s not just the plot that changes between each version, but the gameplay as well.
As I’ve already talked about at length, breeding the characters in your army is a big part of Fire Emblem Fates. But which parents create which children, you may wonder.
In Fire Emblem Fates, like in the other games in the series, the characters you control are able to fall in love and even have children. But while many players create intricate breeding plans of who will marry who, I tried something different: I let them fall in love naturally.
The story of Fire Emblem Fates is built around a central choice—one you inadvertently make the moment you pick up a copy of the game.
The Shin Megami Tensei/Fire Emblem crossover game sounds like something out of a dream, but is very much a reality. But it almost ended as a dream.
Last month, Nintendo announced that gay marriage would be included in the strategy game Fire Emblem Fates, a first for a series that has long included straight romantic relationships. This month, many are calling the game “homophobic” and criticizing it for allegedly featuring “gay conversion therapy,” all based on a…
The supreme court wasn’t just copying Fire Emblem when it ruled in favor of same-sex marriage today. Gay unions have been around for quite some time in video games. Let’s look back at marriage equality’s rich history in the virtual world.