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It should be news to no one visiting this site that Fire Emblem Fates has finally released in North America. We still don't have a European release date, but I hope that many people are enjoying what Fates has to offer as a game.

I also want to mention our recent downtime. There was a server issue with our host that was out of our control and unfortunately set us back a bit, mainly making us lose Fates-related posts on the forums. I apologize for this but hope that if you're looking for a small community to discuss Fire Emblem, you consider joining us on our humble forums and telling us what you think of the newest Fire Emblem game and its trio of paths.

The second Nintendo Direct of this year had major news for all Fire Emblem fans. The first announcement was that the Shin Megami Tensei X Fire Emblem project is still alive and kicking. A trailer was revealed that showed off the game's gameplay and art style.

s Details on the previously announced Fire Emblem if also came out, covering the main character and two divided story-lines in which the player must decisively choose to follow one route or another. The game is slated for release in Japan on June 25th 2015 with a Western release set for 2016.

Blazer The first Nintendo Direct of the year started off strong with a sudden new reveal of the next Fire Emblem game. This newest title (which only has the name "Fire Emblem if" in Japan, and with no real/official English name) is set to release for the 3DS in Summer 2015 in Japan, and has been practically confirmed for a localization due to its inclusion in all 3 of yesterday's Nintendo Directs (though with no release date).

We now have a page up on the site and we'll have all the latest Fire Emblem news on our Twitter as usual—so whether it's about the latest Fire Emblem amiibos, cameos in Code Name S.T.E.A.M., another game by Intelligent Systems, or the mysterious Shin Megami Tensei x Fire Emblem (which isn't dead yet!), if you want to keep up, be sure to follow us!

Blazer Most people expected Shulk from Xenoblade Chronicles but what we got instead were a trio—yup, TRIO—of Fire Emblem characters introduced into the next Super Smash Bros. games for 3DS and Wii U.

That's right. Robin or Avatar, Lucina, and Chrom have all been revealed for SSB4 alongside the return of Captain Falcon. This is indeed a great day for Fire Emblem fans. Note that Chrom still doesn't have a page and has not been officially confirmed as a full character, and that Lucina may be a clone of Marth.

Check out the reveal video or the Smash Bros. website for more info. And get hyped.

UPDATE: Chrom has been confirmed NOT PLAYABLE. He only has a cameo role in the game.

Blazer Hey everyone—been a while since the last homepage update. First of all, we're currently working on new features and content for the site. As a starting point, you can now submit your own savegames, and soon, you'll be able to do much more.

However, we also need some help on this front. We're looking for multiple staff positions: a community manager, a PHP coder to help me out, and a content moderator. For more information or to apply, please view this thread or contact us.

Lastly, as always, please follow our Twitter for all the latest updates on Fire Emblem! Again, you won't find the latest updates on this page unless they're huge! Thanks!

Blazer Season 3 of our Fire Emblem Podcast is already here! In fact, we've got a special over-one-hour episode for everyone. We've also got a change in how it works: we'll be releasing episodes out of the blue instead of on a weekly basis, as it's easier for us that way. Check it out!