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Fire Emblem: Three Houses

Fire Emblem Heroes has replaced the male voice actor of Byleth, and the same could end up happening with Fire Emblem: Three Houses. This all came about after Christopher Niosi, who played the character’s role, admitted to abuse in a lengthy Tumblr post. That can be found in full here.

Niosi was originally featured in a recent trailer for Fire Emblem Heroes. However, the credit disappeared from the character page, and a new trailer has since been uploaded with re-recorded lines and a credit given to Zach Aguilar.

As things stand, Niosi is still featured in Fire Emblem: Three Houses. While some fans think Nintendo may end up replacing him in the Switch game, we’ll have to wait and see if that actually happens.


Fire Emblem: Three Houses

To celebrate today’s release of Fire Emblem: Three Houses, Nintendo has prepared two launch trailers. Both can be found below.

We first heard that a new Fire Emblem game was in the works for Switch back in January 2017. Today, Fire Emblem: Three Houses has finally launched. Nintendo has celebrated the release with some new art, which you can check out above.

Here’s a brief message from the game’s developers:


Earlier today, GameXplain hosted a live stream in which two hours of footage from Fire Emblem: Three Houses were showcased. Watch the full recording below.

Some of the first reviews for Fire Emblem: Three Houses are now starting to go live. We’ve rounded up a number of the early verdicts below.

A day-one update for Fire Emblem: Three Houses is now available. Nintendo has issued version 1.0.1, so those who have access to the game already should be able to download the patch.

As for what the update entails, one added element is the “Additional Contents” link on the title screen in which players can access the eShop. Also, the protagonist’s outfit can be changed in your room, which is reflected in the Monastery and battles. Those who purchase the Expansion Pass can put on the Officers Academy Uniform. Lastly, Nintendo says: “Several issues have been fixed to improve gameplay experience.”


Like other Fire Emblem games, Three Houses will include a few different difficulty levels and settings. Lunatic won’t be available right away, but it’s confirmed that it’ll be coming later on.

Genki Yokota, the director for Fire Emblem: Three Houses at Nintendo, shared the news in an interview with Famitsu this week. Players will be able to access the Lunatic difficulty following a free patch shortly after launch. This will provide an extra challenge for experienced players. He said, “please wait just a little bit [for the update].”

We’re currently working on a full translation of Famitsu’s interview, so stay tuned.

Gaming Boulevard has taken a closer look at the European Fire Emblem: Three Houses Limited Edition with a new unboxing video. Check it out below.

The Fire Emblem: Three Houses Seasons of Warfare Edition has been sold out on Amazon for weeks upon weeks at this point, but with just a few days to go until launch, it’s back up again. You can place an order here.

Aside from the game, the Fire Emblem: Three Houses Seasons of Warfare Edition includes a sound selection CD, art book, steelbook, and calendar.

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