It’s time once again for some more Fire Emblem Warriors analysis! GameXplain brought this to us from the San Diego Comic Con.
We got to see a bit of Lucina, Robin & Lissa along with some more Corrin gameplay.
Lucina seems to emulate her father’s style (like in Awakening), but with her own twists, such as quick thrusts which look to be a C1 attack (C refers to charge or strong attack and the number is where its used in your button combo, so C1 would be just doing a charge/strong move without any normals before it).
With it she can quickly change her direction and shift her positioning in a pinch, which will likely be a nice trick for speedrunners down the line.
Lucina is also voiced by Alexis Tipton like in Fire Emblem Heroes. She has done other roles such as Kid Trunks in the current Funimation dubs of anything Dragon Ball related, and Pascal in Nier: Automata.
As promised by the official Twitter account, a new trailer for Fire Emblem Warriors has been revealed this week–one that focuses on characters from Awakening.
If you recall, Nintendo/Koei Tecmo accidentally let slip two (or three) new playable characters from Awakening, so the surprise has been slightly ruined. That said, there is one more character revealed who’s not from the aforementioned slip up.
Warning: There are some story spoilers for Awakening.
It’s well known by now that Fire Emblem has made a fantastic debut in Project X Zone 2, featuring Chrom and Lucina as playable characters on their roster. With little more than a single sighting in Famitsu as evidence, Tiki has been announced as an event character in Project X Zone 2. Sadly. she will not be a playable character, as event characters in this game serve roles simply defined as NPCs.
Project X Zone 2 will be available for trial version download on October 9 (yes, this Friday), so if you own a Japanese 3DS, you may be able to give this game a whirl and experience Fire Emblem in a whole new way!
–Original Article via Famitsu
In my previous update, I pointed out that Chrom and Lucina are now in the roster as a paired unit for Project X Zone 2. This is pretty groundbreaking news, as Project X Zone and Project X Zone 2 have only included characters from Bandai Namco Entertainment, Capcom, and Sega. Chrom and Lucina mark the first appearance of another company’s involvement in the series, and a big one at that, being as that company is Nintendo. Let’s take a closer look at what we have learned.