It parodies the fantasy tactical role-playing video game Fire Emblem. It was published on February 23, Strap on your greaves and step into the Fire Emblem series, where you'll lead your armies to take anime fantasy Europe by storm using masterful tactics, flying Pegasus ladies, and a whole bunch of turn-based combat. Challenge an RPG franchise that will push your strategy skills to the limit, as the overwhelming odds, brutal RNG, and permanent death combine to make you carefully plan out every move or suffer the consequences, unless, you know, you just reload your save. Experience the RPG series that spent the last twenty years transitioning from a balls-hard tactical game to a balls-hard tactical game wrapped in an anime visual novel, as you spend less and less time fighting actual battles and more time shipping characters together, marrying off your self-insert character, and doing, uh, whatever this is. Wait, that's not the English version?!
It is an entry in the Fire Emblem series, and the first one for home consoles since Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn , originally released in Taking the role of Byleth, a former mercenary and new tutor at Garreg Mach, the player must choose a nation to support and guide them through a series of battles. The game carries over the turn-based tactical gameplay of earlier Fire Emblem titles, while incorporating social simulation and time management elements. The game's production was challenging for Intelligent Systems, who attributed its success to Koei Tecmo, who had previously partnered with the company for Fire Emblem Warriors.
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This is my orchestration of the trailer theme from 'Fire Emblem: Three Houses' The strings playing the horn part was something I thought would be cool for mixing up the tune, and hopefully comes off as a little surprising after the buildup. There are a few more instruments playing than are shown in the YT video: there is a tuba playing in the C0-C1 range, a second trumpet playing mostly an octave below the first one, a second bass playing an octave below the one shown, and also an all-male choir. There's a synth bass in the first part, but it's a little hard to pick out, and obviously a lot of percussion. The drums started out life as Logic's auto-drummer with the pattern changed every eight bars, but after exporting as MIDI, I did a little more work to them. There is slightly velocity change in this piece via automation, but no humanisation plugin was used. The flute is a real Yamaha, with limited post-processing applied.