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It Sounds As Though Fire Emblem Warriors Will Feature Dual Audio

FuranSuwa, who is a member of the Serenes Forest forums, has managed to get some hands-on time with the Fire Emblem Warriors build at the Japanese convention in France. The build that he played is apparently different to that which was playable during E3 2017. He reports that the representative told him that you will be able to choose if we want an English or Japanese dub. There’s more information about the game and the characters that you can read, here.


7 thoughts on “It Sounds As Though Fire Emblem Warriors Will Feature Dual Audio”

    1. Fire Emblem Elitist

      Fucking Japaniphiles (weebs) can’t you just be satisfied that your not fucking japanese and play games how your supposed to?

  1. Ridley X3 {Jaded Ninty fan. Greatness Awaits at Sony PlayStation 4. Awaiting Greatness on Nintendo Switch; just need cloud storage, add external HDD support, & to eliminate the need for that stupid Nintendo Switch Online App on smartphones.}

    Nintendo needs to add more audio options in their games. Some people actually like the idea of turning off music & just listening to the sound effects. Some will even turn off voice volume & use subtitles. Some may even turn off the sound effects & voices so they can hear just the music. And some may turn all off so they can just enjoy the graphics/artstyle in peace & quiet. Sadly, lately many devs have been adding a god damn master volume that overrides the single settings for audio so when a cutscene occurs, every bit of sound comes back on. At times, the music is so damn loud that you have to turn on subtitles to freaking know what’s being said. If you turn master volume off, every bit of audio goes off, too, so you can’t listen to one audio track. A week in hell for the asshole who thought of master volume! D:<

    1. I love getting sound bites from games, movies, and tv shows, so this would make me extremely happy. Its not just Ninty that should do this, every developer should.

      It would be extremly hard though so I understand why it wont be done any time soon. Having multiple tracks adds more work, more compression and overall a bigger file size. One can only dream though.

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