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Fire Emblem Gaiden

Nintendo Entertainment System

Game Description:

This is the first sequel to the classic Fire Emblem series, and follows the old Nintendo tradition of having the sequels do something entirely different. It adds a world map, removes weapon endurance, and adds towns similar to an old Final Fantasy game. While the original game never left Japan, a 3DS remake (called Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia) indeed crossed the Pacific.

Translation Description:

This is a complete translation of Fire Emblem Gaiden, possibly one of the last in the series needing a full translation.

First note that this is NOT a fix or addendum to j2e’s unfinished translation. I started with a fresh ROM and with the help of Shimizu Hitomi’s translation script, made the text laconic and as close to the original as I could. I reworked the title screen and tried to fit as much as I could using the given text tiles. Everything was hand-coded from a blank slate.

To make things easier for those who already have earlier unfinished versions of the game, I included two other patches besides the pure Japanese ROM patch. Those two patches may be applied to j2e’s and StarWolf’s versions of the game to prevent the need of downloading a fresh Japanese ROM.

Further information is located in the readme. Have fun, and drop me a line if you find something odd. Thanks for playing!

ROM / ISO Information:

  • Fire Emblem Gaiden (J) [!].nes - GOODNES 3.14
  • CRC32: 0A187CB4
  • MD5: F294D74488A6E25ACECFED8741F0201D
  • SHA-1: 2153AE9A7B1C63E8D4D83A807F1C8C1F482F7293

Links:

Screenshots:


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Credits:

Credits
ContributorType of contributionListed credit
Artemis251Hacking
Shimizu HitomiTranslationShe provided a translation of the game's dialogue and allowed me to use it in this project.

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