Fire Emblem: Thracia 776 Finally Gets English Version, by Fans

Fire Emblem: Thracia 776 has finally gotten an English version, thanks to a group of dedicated fans.

The 1999-released Japanese role-playing game was originally developed by Intelligent Systems for the Super Famicom.

The game never saw a release outside of Japan, however the fan translation group, Project Exile, has finally completed translating the entire game (via Reddit).

A big undertaking, the project had many involved translators from the United States, France, and Austria, and the game’s entire script had to be written from scratch, alongside the actual translation work.

Now, the entire Fire Emblem franchise is playable in English, in some form (official or unofficial).

Brandon Orselli


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