Fire Emblem to Celebrate 25th Anniversary with a Concert

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Fire Emblem 25th Annivesary Concert | oprainfall

The year 2015 marks the 25th Anniversary of the Fire Emblem series. To celebrate, a special concert has been announced.

Organized by Intelligent Systems Co., Ltd., this concert will be held at Tokyo Dome City Hall and span two days, July 24 and 25. It will most likely feature music from across the Fire Emblem series, which has seen upwards of eleven games, only a handful of which–mostly recent titles–have been released outside of Japan.

The official website says more details will be announced later. There is also a timer, presumably counting down until the reveal of such information. The countdown is currently at 24 days and change so it’ll be a few weeks before we find out.

While video game music concerts have been common in Japan for years, they are gaining in popularity in North America. Given the relative obscurity of the series in the West, it’s unlikely this production will come Stateside, but there’s definitely hope that someday soon, fans here and across the world would be able to take part in events like this. Until then, Fire Emblem diehards should probably start saving up for a trip to Japan.


About Eric Chetkauskas

Eric has been playing video games for longer than he can remember. His interests skew toward retro games with an emphasis on Japanese RPGs like Chrono Trigger and the Dragon Quest series.