Difference between JP and US FireEmblem Fates?

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  1. the3dsguy
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    the3dsguy GBAtemp Regular

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    After reading the preview from gametrailers it seems like the US release will be broken up into 4 separate games.

    1. Fire Emblem Fates: Conquest
    2. Fire Emblem Fates: Birthright
    3. Fire Emblem Fates: Special Edition
    4. Fire Emblem Fates: Revelatio
    So whats the difference between the JP version. is the JP version an all in one games. Also does the 3.0 translation finished. IS everything translated? If so i might just buy the JP version instead.

    I feel like 90 dollars is a rip off to buy 3 separate games. Also do I need to play the previous fire emblem to understand this one?
     
  2. AyanamiRei

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    It is set in a new universe. But some characters from the previous 3DS game will be available through some means (the explanation will probably be some space-time rift).
    The US will sell the game in the same manner as Japan: the two "starter" versions have both a dedicated cartridge and are both available as DLC for players who purchased the other game (for half-price in this specific case). The third "path" or scenario will be sold exclusively through the e-shop

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    t is set in a new universe. But some characters from the previous 3DS game will be available through some means (the explanation will probably be some space-time rift).
    The known differences are:
    - game and characters names,
    - softening/replacement of the polemic "anti-homosexual" dialogues,
    - removal of the characters "touching" feature (read recent news).
    The US will sell the game in the same manner as Japan: the two "starter" versions have both a dedicated cartridge and are both available as DLC for players who purchased the other game (for half-price in this specific case). The third "path" or scenario, "Revelations" will be sold exclusively through the e-shop. BUT there is a "collector" pack who features:
    - a gamecard with both standard gàmes (in the USA, it is told it will contains also the third story),
    - an e-shop code for the third path (see above, I have been told it will be included in the gamecard for the USA),
    - an artbook,
    - a "Fire Emblem Zero" cards booster pack (exclusive to Japan).

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    The game should be cheaper if you opt to purchase a single gamecard and buy the second version and Revelations as DLC rather than the full collector's edition.
     
  3. ultimatetemper

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    "Fire Emblem Amie" being removed isn't confirmed.
    The Kotaku news are not completely right.
     
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