We have a few updates regarding our FE Cipher Japanese Code Giveaway, including the winners of the first round.
Following Bernie_man123, a number of very generous users donated their unwanted Cipher codes to the prize pool. A big thanks to wobblinghood, Kirie, DancingDanny and geozeldadude!
Originally we had 5 codes to hand out, but now we have 14 (and at least 2 of each unique code), which is a lot more than we could’ve expected!
Because there are so many codes, and to improve the odds of entrants winning at least one code, there will be at least two draws–the first of which already took place yesterday.
Today, Shouzou Kaga unveiled the official website for Vestaria Saga, ahead of its release in exactly a month’s time.
Note: All images belong to Shouzou Kaga.
Like the game itself, the website isn’t exactly the most pretty thing ever, since Kaga developed it in his spare time for free. However it does its job well, providing helpful information about the game.
Now, there’s a lot to digest, so to save time (and my sanity), I’ll merely summarise the pages and point out the key details.
That’s right folks. Nintendo appears to be releasing a special bundle for New Zealand (and hopefully, other EU/PAL regions), that will not feature a 3DS of any kind, but instead, will feature an amiibo and a NFC Reader/Writer.
The bundles announced for New Zealand thus far include:
The Birthright Bundle, including an Ike amiibo, Fire Emblem Fates Birthright and the NFC Reader/Writer.
The Conquest Bundle, including a Marth amiibo, Fire Emblem Fates Conquest and the NFC Reader/Writer.
The Tellius Recollection translation project has just passed its second week–and boy was it a busy week! Again, for your convenience, here’s another recap of last week’s translations and findings.
Like always, you can find the latest translations and comments on our forums or Kirokan’s website, Kantopia.
Following on from last week‘s history and timeline of Tellius, we have translations of the individual countries’ histories and backgrounds.