Fire Emblem Voice Actors Interviewed in New Video

As part of the series’ 30th anniversary, Chief Fehnix sat down with a number of Fire Emblem voice actors for a series of candid, in-depth discussions.

In this video, the Chief of the Sovereign Order of Avian Reporters sat down with Billy Kametz, Cherami Leigh, Ray Chase, Christian LaMonte, Xanthe Huynh, Chris Hackney, and Patrick Seitz. Topics include bringing Hector to life, treasured tomes, spritework, Fire Emblem lore, and plenty of puns.

You can watch the video below:

Fire Emblem Castle Conversations – Fire Emblem 30th Anniversary

Developed by Intelligent Systems and published by Nintendo, the Fire Emblem series originally made its debut on the Famicom in 1990 with Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light (recently re-released on the Nintendo Switch). The titular Fire Emblem is a royal weapon or shield that represents the power of war and dragons. Since its original release, this tactical RPG series has seen sixteen core entries and four spinoffs.

You can read our review of the Nintendo Switch entry Fire Emblem: Three Houses here, which we gave a score of 90/100. According to our review, we stated that it has quickly become one of our favorite RPGs of the modern era.

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