New Fire Emblem If trailer showcases difference between two versions and other features

Fire Emblem If is one of my most anticipated games right now and I can’t wait till its release next year in Western regions. In its homeland of Japan however the game is releasing much sooner. Nintendo is actively marketing the game with them releasing a brand new trailer and TV spot for Fire Emblem If.

Fire Emblem If will come in two versions like Nintendo’s Pokemon games. The two versions titled White Night Kingdom and Dark Night Kingdom are quite different to each with players choosing the Kingdom they want to represent when buying the game.


The trailer showcases the difference between the two versions, the game’s battle and strategy system, the recently revealed “My Castle” system and much more.

Check out the trailer below:

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Below is the new TV spot airing in Japan:

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The game will include 60 new classes which I’m really looking forward to grinding out.

Fire Emblem If releases exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS in Japan on June 25, Western regions will get the game sometime in 2016. Looking forward to Fire Emblem If? Which version will you be buying? Let us know your thoughts on the game in the comments below.

Danial Arshad Khan

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