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Nintendo celebrates Fire Emblem’s 30th anniversary with voice actor discussion video

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The beloved Fire Emblem franchise turns 30 this year and Nintendo has uploaded a special video to its YouTube channel to celebrate the occasion. The video, which is roughly an hour long, is a fun interview with some of the voice actors who offered their talents to help bring fan favourite characters to life. The discussion has the likes of Billy Kametz, Cherami Leigh and Christian La Monte in attendance with 7 voice actors in total talking about their experiences and love for the series. If you’re a fan of the series and you’re interested in what they have to say, we’ve included the full video for you just below to view:

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9 thoughts on “Nintendo celebrates Fire Emblem’s 30th anniversary with voice actor discussion video”

  1. Much like Kyle Hebert, Christopher Hackney voiced one of my least favorite characters in fiction. They are great voice actors. I just hate big the cat from sonic and pokemon rival Avery from shield’s isle of armor even if they have a good voice actor. Why? I see them as replacement scrappies to storm the albatross and Klara.

  2. The video, which is roughly an hour long, is a fun interview with some of the voice actors who offered their talents to help bring fan favourite characters to life. The discussion has the likes of Billy Kametz, Cherami Leigh and Christian La Monte in attendance with 7 voice actors in total talking about their experiences and love for the series.

  3. Why Nintendo?? Why do you have to be such a pain!

    EVERY single time a popular game comes out in a limited edition, NINTENDO always underproduces! It’s as if the big-N does it on purpose to generate more attention to said product which will be difficult to find. Of course, this Anniversary Edition is no different.

    Let’s talk about it, and let’s talk about purchasing it. First, I’m sorry if you’re having problems finding this. Please do NOT purchase it from a scalper! I honestly do not think it is worth the price, and instead it is better to write a letter to Nintendo expressing your frustration at them! Why is this not worth the scalper fee? Let me explain what exactly you get:

    The Box: the NES-style box you get is glorious! Beautiful cover art to a wonderful game! Welcome back to the 80s!

    Color Manual: Quite nice. Very nice actually. Now if only Nintendo made manuals for their other games.

    Map: It’s nice! A throwback to when such things were common in NES/SNES games.

    NES sleeve: just like you remember and dream about.

    mini-Nintendo Power: very cute! Has a nice cover and some hints about playing the game.

    Art Book: the highlight of the collection. The book is hardcover and has illustrations from ALL the Fire Emblem games. Very nicely done.

    The Game (paperweight): the game is a solid piece of plastic in the shape of an NES cartridge with a Fire Emblem logo. Is it awesome? for a few moments, until you realize that Nintendo could easily have released an actual working NES Fire Emblem game! YES they could! NO, it would not have been expensive. People have been selling reproductions of Fire Emblem (in English) in actual NES cartridges for many years! A company like Nintendo could have done this, but nope, we get a paperweight instead. The game itself is downloaded via a code given on a card.

    If it came with a working cartridge without doubt 5/5 for sure! As it stands, I’m leaning towards 3 stars, because the real meat of any game, should be the game! The extras are nice, but no soundtrack! One of the highlights of Fire Emblem has always been the music, and we do not get anything here. So another star off.
    Final Package Score: 3/5 stars

    Because Nintendo purposely released this in such small quantities and because Nintendo is letting people get away with scaling, I am reducing the final score to 1/5 stars. In short, if you want to play the game, you can purchase it online for $6. Oh, and Nintendo said they would remove the game on March 31, 2021. Again, this is just Nintendo being complete jerks to their fans – so in short, write an angry letter to Nintendo, complain about it on social media, and DO NOT support scalpers!

  4. The Game (paperweight): the game is a solid piece of plastic in the shape of an NES cartridge with a Fire Emblem logo. Is it awesome. for a few moments, until you realize that Nintendo could easily have released an actual working NES Fire Emblem game! YES they could! NO, it would not have been expensive.

    People have been selling reproductions of Fire Emblem (in English) in actual NES cartridges for many years! A company like Nintendo could have done this, but nope, we get a paperweight instead. The game itself is downloaded via a code given on a card.

    If it came with a working cartridge without doubt 5/5 for sure! As it stands, I’m leaning towards 3 stars, because the real meat of any game, should be the game! The extras are nice, but no soundtrack! One of the highlights of Fire Emblem has always been the music, and we do not get anything here. So another star off.

    Because Nintendo purposely released this in such small quantities and because Nintendo is letting people get away with scaling, I am reducing the final score to 1/5 stars. In short, if you want to play the game, you can purchase it online for $6. Oh, and Nintendo said they would remove the game on March 31, 2021.

  5. People have been selling reproductions of Fire Emblem (in English) in actual NES cartridges for many years! A company like Nintendo could have done this, but nope, we get a paperweight instead. The game itself is downloaded via a code given on a card.

    If it came with a working cartridge without doubt 5/5 for sure! As it stands, I’m leaning towards 3 stars, because the real meat of any game, should be the game! The extras are nice, but no soundtrack! One of the highlights of Fire Emblem has always been the music, and we do not get anything here. So another star off.

  6. People have been selling reproductions of Fire Emblem (in English) in actual NES cartridges for many years! A company like Nintendo could have done this, but nope, we get a paperweight instead. The game itself is downloaded via a code given on a card.

    If it came with a working cartridge without doubt 5/5 for sure! As it stands, I’m leaning towards 3 stars, because the real meat of any game, should be the game! The extras are nice, but no soundtrack! One of the highlights of Fire Emblem has always been the music, and we do not get anything here. So another star off.

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