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Description

The rightful heir to the throne of Rikea is finally returning home after many years lost to her people. But before the celebrations can begin, you must first guard her through the evil lands that await before you, by taking charge of an elite group of soldiers possessing skills unlike any other.

The first Fire Emblem title to be released outside of Japan includes an all new quest featuring a selection of warriors, wizards and dragons (both good and bad). Battle through turn-based environments and choose your moves wisely, as those you lose during a fight will be lost for good.

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Alternate Titles

  • "ファイアーエムブレム 烈火の剣" -- Japanese spelling
  • "火焰之纹章:烈火之剑" -- Chinese title (simplified)
  • "Fire Emblem: Rekka no Ken " -- Japanese title
  • "Fire Emblem 7" -- Informal title

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Trivia

References to the game

Lyn appears as an assist trophy in the Wii game Super Smash Bros.: Brawl.

Version differences

The introduction music features a voice in the Japanese and American version of the game. The European version of the game has the melody played by a flute instead. Most probably they needed more space for text in different languages, and they removed the voice to gain more space.

The Kingdom of Bern was renamed Biran in the French and German translations of the game, probably because the capital of Switzerland and its region is also named Bern, which could create confusion amongst some gamers.

Awards

  • GameSpy
    • 2003 – #5 Game Boy Advance Game of the Year
    • 2003 - Revival of the Year (Game Boy Advance)
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Related Web Sites

  • Fire Emblem (Official game web site by Nintendo of America.)
Michael Cassidy (20647) added Fire Emblem (Wii U) on Oct 12, 2014
Other platforms contributed by Kartanym (12842)