Fire Emblem: IF Famitsu Scan Translations [ALL] [5/28/15]

I translated all four pages of the FE Famitsu Scans for 5/28/15. I put them on the pages too for your convenience. Thanks NintendoEverything for the scans.

There are four pages total.

This was all done on my free time, and so took a little while. It was certainly a lot of work, but I do hope you enjoy! I am unemployed… so please consider donating if you like the work I do. : )

FE1 FE2FE3  FE4

9 thoughts on “Fire Emblem: IF Famitsu Scan Translations [ALL] [5/28/15]

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  2. Quick thing to point out, some sources have translated Kamui’s inherent skill as “Good Charisma” or “Mysterious Charisma”. Though I think the translation is “Mysterious Appeal/Charisma”. Anyways, are they ever going to talk about the dragon/kirin/whatever Kamui turned into? ‘Cause I’m busy wondering about it.

    • Indeed, I saw the serenes post and such as Charisma, and I guess that may be a good word to use, but I just used appeal as term that downplays the sort of “leadershio” connotation generally associated with “Charisma” and all.

      I wonder! There’s still four weeks until release, so that means three or four more weeks of famitsu articles at least!

      • My guess on Kamui, his dragon form is- A. Some kind of genetic jackpot he got from his ancestry. B. Something signifying that he’s some sort of descendant of a dragon/whatever. C. A power he got that’s plot important by something. Or, my joke guess, Eirin’s shady new drug.😛. Welp, hey, Kamui’s cool now.

        • I’m sure it’ll play some pivotal role on defining what the “Fire Emblem” of the game is, as well as how dragons play a role. One with awakened blood from having lived with both sides or something silly like that. xD

          • Though I honestly think that Kamui can’t control his dragon/whatever instincts well. This is quite deep for a Nintendo (I know it’s technically Intelligent Systems but it’s still Nintendo) game. If this is the case, then, it will make for an interesting struggle if they do it right.

            • The Fire Emblem series have always been nice and story heavy, often getting into some deep themes. So I would not be surprised if that’s the case!

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