Vestaria Saga I Remake in the Works

Late in 2021, S_Kaga showcased a remake of Vestaria Saga Gaiden, which would be renumbered Vestaria Saga II. Afterwards, it was revealed that the English release of Vestaria Saga Gaiden would be based on the remake.

(Screenshot belongs to S_Kaga and Vestaria Project.)

Today, S_Kaga announced that his team is also remaking the original Vestaria Saga I, in a similar manner. He mentions that the next game (III) is still in the preparation stages because he’s lacking motivation for the scenario due to various reasons. So right now, he’s focusing on this instead.

With the help of an excellent programmer, he says that progress on the game systems is going well. Although it’s a remake, a lot of effort is still required. So the expected release date is Fall by the latest. They will also use this as a springboard towards the trilogy finale…

The remake will introduce new elements (rules) besides the controls and layout. The main changes include:

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Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes – The Eagles of Adrestia

Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes continues to drop information, and this week begins with a showcase of the Black Eagles. In a similar format to the Blue Lions trailer we got last week.

Imperial Forces Attack!

Edelgard begins the trailer blitzing several enemy soldiers with fiery attacks that scorch the ground. This looks to be her Musou (read Super) attack. It finishes with a wild-looking flame tornado.

I am yours to command!

Hubert shows off some more of his dark magic, which causes dark arrows to rain down in a straight line. The second part is a demonstration of Hubert’s personal skill: his spells have a chance of piercing foes with spikes. Afterwards, Hubert can detonate the spikes at will.

Even the most beautiful rose has thorns. Have you realized that yet?

Next is Dorothea who is presumably using the Mage class, with several differences from Annette.

A running theory currently is that characters’ preferred classes allow for unique attacks in that class for that character. We’ve seen that characters have skills that include all kind of effects (eg. Ashe can generate a wind field that traps enemies in the air, Hilda can charge up attacks while drawing in foes). So there’s likely quite a bit mages can do even with similar base kits.

Her big attack seems to include using music and meteors in a devastating combo. You can also see Thoron included in her showcase.

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Three Hopes: Blue Lions Character & Class Profiles via Twitter

Following the Kingdom of Faerghus trailer for FE Warriors: Three Hopes, the official Japanese Twitter account has continued sharing profiles for the featured characters and their classes.

If you missed our earlier Twitter coverage for the House Leaders and their retainers, please see here.

Like before, the class profiles appear to describe each character’s personal skill in the second half.

Felix

VA: Yuichi Hose
Heir to Duke Fraldarius.
Cynical and sharp-tongued, with an especially poor attitude towards his childhood friend Dimitri and father Rodrigue, but can be reasoned with.
Dedicated to honing his sword skills and enjoys challenging those who are strong.

Swordmaster

One of Felix’s preferred classes.
Can deliver powerful sword attacks.
Also, Felix’s attacking speed is boosted whenever he evades, so he can mess with foes with his rapid sword fighting while dodging their attacks!

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Heroes: “Bridal Blossoms” is Roy’s Luckiest Day!

It’s wedding season in Fire Emblem Heroes again and, this time, we have a fully Binding Blade line up!

Note: You can check out the Japanese version of this trailer here.

On top of that, the featured Heroes are all potential brides of Roy (Lilina, Sophia and Cecilia), Roy himself and his father.

Additionally, Larum: Dancing Bride (the other Hero from the silhouette, alongside Sophia) will be the Tempest Trials reward.

Poor Sue didn’t make the cut though. Meanwhile, Shanna was introduced in last year’s bridal banner.

Anyway, please continue for a breakdown of the Heroes from the trailer!

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