Warriors: Marth and Lucina Dual Attack

From a recent poll there were votes on what combination attacks to see, this is the winner. Marth & Lucina, where Lucina in a nod to smash brothers & her origin in Awakening proper, follows up and emulates Marth’s more graceful swordstyle. Before doing a really cool finisher.

The retweet goal made it so the second place winner will be shown as well, which is Ryoma & Xander, so stay tuned for that.

Heroes: New Turn Limit Special Maps!

New Turn Limit Special Maps have arrived in Fire Emblem Heroes! As you’d expect from the name, you need to complete these maps within a set number of turns in order to reap the rewards.

Play five different maps on two different difficulties for a total of up to ten Orbs! The Hard maps are the same as their Normal counterparts, but with more challenging enemies and a lower turn limit. You can also complete a series of quests to earn additional Orbs as well as some Shards and Crystals. Check out the full quest details below.

The Turn Limit Special Maps and their associated quests will be available until 10 September at 6:59am UTC. Heroes also has two more special events still planned as part of the August Anniversary update, so stay tuned for more excitement to come!

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Warriors: Hinoka, Camilla, Leo and Takumi confirmed

Coming to you from Gamescom, here are some more character reveals for Fire Emblem Warriors, we have Camilla, Leo, Hinoka and Takumi from Fire Emblem Fates.

Interestingly enough Sakura & Elise are absent, does this mean they won’t be joining the fray? Or perhaps they are being saved for later.

Also according to the UK version of the trailer, the west is getting the game on October 20th.

Update

Nintendo UK has revealed a Limited Edition that includes the game, a 3-disk soundtrack and character art cards. Oddly, it’s missing the artbook from Japan’s equivalent Premium Box.

Vestaria Saga I Official English Translation in the Works

In an unexpected development, S_Kaga revealed on his blog that his first title in the Vestaria Saga series will be officially translated into English.

Released during September of 2016, Vestaria Saga I received a lot of praise from Japanese and overseas fans for its intense strategical gameplay and well-developed story.

At the time, many fans were clamouring for an English translation. According to S_Kaga, an overseas publisher who’s been involved with localisation has since stepped in to translate the game.

The key things to know are that a release is not yet guaranteed, but provided everything goes to plan, a formal announcement will be made during 2018. Additionally, the English version will be a paid release, despite the original being free.

Note: All images belong to S_Kaga and Vestaria Project.

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