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  1. ??? What do mean by “translating the title”? Do you need me to clarify the title? Translate to a different language? EDIT: Nvm
  2. Kusakihara is not just the Echoes director, but also the Three Houses director. I would imagine he was also overseeing the remake of whatever game it was. There was a 3DS remake of a Fire Emblem game that was recently cancelled by Nintendo. Imran thinks there is a possibility that it might come to Switch, especially in light of Furukawa’s comments.
  3. Now this is interesting. Imran Khan, a member of Kinda Funny Games and a former senior editor of Game Informer, revealed in a recent Kinda Funny podcast that several 3DS games in the works, one of which is another remake of a Fire Emblem game, was cancelled by Nintendo due to middling sales of the 3DS Bowser's Inside Story re-release (that sold only 11,000 copies in the first month. YIKES!). However Imran feels that the remake (as well as the other cancelled 3DS projects) could possibly come to Switch. The statement in question: Given that Koei Tecmo did most of the work on Fire Emblem: Three Houses, one has to wonder if the rest of the staff at IntSys was working on this cancelled remake. In addition, the fact that Nintendo cancelled several 3DS projects lines up with what Nintendo president Shuntaro Furukawa recently stated about "bringing 3DS games to the Switch courtesy of the Lite." Video (time-skipped to the appropriate section) Article: https://www.spieltimes.com/news/rumour-canceled-fire-emblem-remake-and-other-games-could-eventually-come-to-switch/
  4. Yeah, that line change really makes a lot of sense now.
  5. Is it a surprise that Anna is paid DLC at this point?
  6. Be wary of possible spoilers. Turn back if you want to avoid them! This leak is from the Three Houses Perfect Guide published by Famitsu and was discovered by a user on GameFAQs and subsequently translated. Our very own @VincentASM has wrote an in-depth article about the leak. For those wondering about the contents: Wave 3 Free DLC New playable character: Jeritza (certain routes only) New support conversations [presumably featuring Jeritza] New activities New online features Paid DLC New playable character: Anna New monastery facilities New online [features?] Anna and Jeritza paralogue New quests (around 10) New activities: Sauna [who didn’t see this coming?], playing with dogs and cats(!) New costumes: Maid, Butler and more New battalions: Maid and Butler Wave 4 Paid DLC Side story: Abyss Mode New playable characters: Juris, Balthazar, Constanze and Javi [tentative translations] New support conversations New monastery facilities New online features New classes (4) New enemy monsters New hero relics New paralogues New quests New battalions New gambits New costumes for Byleth (male), Byleth (female) and Sothis Turn back the hands of time if old.
  7. Ionius IX had House Hyrm wiped out completely in the rebellion. He then punished House Ordelia for their role in the rebellion by having key members of Lysithea's family killed and replaced by figureheads for the Empire, effectively damaging Ordelia's power in the Alliance. However, unbeknownst to Ionius IX, the figureheads he put in power were secret members of TWSITD, and those members proceeded to experiment on House Ordelia's children. Lysithea's parents, like Ionius IX himself post-Insurrection, were powerless to stop the Crest experimentation. It's implied that House Ordelia's experimentation was done to make sure it could be done on the Empire's royal family later.
  8. The Hyrm Rebellion and the Insurrection of the Seven were responses to Ionius IX's attempts to centralize power. Unlike House Hyrm's attempts to leave the Empire from Ionius IX's rule, the Insurrection was successful and reduced Ionius IX to a powerless figurehead (think Part II Arvis) controlled by the nobles (Ferdinand's father, PM Duke Aegir, basically became de-facto ruler). Because he had virtually no power, he was unable to stop the Crest experimentation that would leave only one of his children (Edelgard) alive and well to take the throne (Lord Arundel was one of the nobles who spearheaded the Insurrection).
  9. Do bear in mind that the reason they decided to do Echoes was because they needed to work on something because the Switch wasn't ready for developers to work on just yet.
  10. In the gist of all things, Three Houses really felt like the game Fates wanted to be.
  11. Someone on a Reddit made a nice route infographic that seems appropriate for this thread. Credits to SolvanderLyn on Reddit. It sums up the routes very well.
  12. Not sure this is the right place to post, but someone made a very nice infographic. Credits to SolvanderLyn on Reddit for making this.
  13. Edelgard is the result of combining Dany, Arvis, Walhart, and Lelouch into one character. And I love it. Overall, regardless of how you view Edelgard, she is one of, if not, the most intriguing Fire Emblem character we've got in a very long time, and feels more like a character that could have easily been crafted up by Kaga. The fact that her morals aren't as clear cut in my opinion only makes the character more intriguing to discuss.
  14. Niosi was in hot water because he broke NDA, which is a huge no-no for many Japanese companies (Nintendo is infamous/notorious for cracking down hard on such violations). The accusations only dump fuel on the flame.
  15. If you didn't see the red traffic light before the accident, there's not much I can really add to this conversation here.
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