Fire Emblem was originally released in Japan on the Famicom in 1990. Now after 30 years, Nintendo finally ports the original to the Switch with a new translation and a few quality-of-life improvements. Do these new additions help an old game stand the test of time?
Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light
As the Shadow of Medius descends upon the land, Young Prince Marth must flee his homeland. Join him as he travels the world and assembles an army, to perhaps one day retake his home of Akaneia and claim vengeance on the Dark Dragon!
Kelley mounts her fox onto a fox to go for a walk with her foxes. Robert breaks his keyboard. Anna Marie drinks the Kool-Aid. Chris is singing about Death Tales, awooo-oo. And Josh vapes with his Xbox. Regardless, they all agree that you should not play Operation Darkness.
30 years after its original Famicom release, the first Fire Emblem game is finally getting an English localisation. The game will only be available to purchase on Nintendo Switch for a limited time.