Today I’m just posting an awareness post! A guest on SourceGaming wrote a partially opinion partially factual piece regarding the case for why Corrin (Kamui) made it into Super Smash Bros. for Wii U/3DS.
However, I did edit it onto the webpage in a style that imitates the original page as close as I could possibly make. All translation credits go to Soma and PushDustIn of SourceGaming this time around.
The images below give a preview for the final product. Full resolution coming soon!
There was a lengthy (eight page) interview with Masahiro Sakurai near the end of the Fire Emblem 25th Anniversary Book. In it, Sakurai’s history with the Fire Emblem franchise is explored.
I provided the scans to my friends at SourceGaming, who translated the first part of the interview. Please head over there to read this insightful interview! It details info on Sakurai’s thoughts and background regarding Fire Emblem and the Super Smash Bros. series. The second part will be up later.
At one point Sakurai refers to a more “energetic” Roy, as well as when Roy was once named Ike. I have provided the relevant pages in translation below to give you an idea of what he’s talking about. For more information from the 25th Anniversary Book in general, go to my compilation post here!
As you can imagine, the process of doing all this (scanning, editing, translating in some cases, etc) took a lot of time, and I am unemployed…so if you like what I did, then…
A collaboration withsourcegaming; the translation was done byMaskedMan. I simply put it onto the page and made the logo and such. Thanks to him for translating this fun and small comic and allowing me to host it! Please visit his page with his original translations!
A collaboration withsourcegaming; the translation was done by@PushDustIn. I simply put it onto the page and made the logo and such. Thanks to him for translating this fun and small comic and allowing me to host it! Please visit his page with his original translations!
Click “Read More” below to see it! Original source for images was Hachima.