Genei Ibun Roku #FE Reveals Three New Trailers

Wednesday, October 7th, 2015

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Genei Ibun Roku | Dramatic Pose

Though I still call it SMT x FE in my head, the game currently referred to as Genei Ibun Roku #FE has 3 great new trailers to show off today. The first of the three trailers primarily focuses on the debut music for character Tsubasa Oribe. While this trailer starts off happy and lighthearted, things quickly get crazy, and mayhem ensues. Take a look below.

Genei Ibun Roku | Combat

The second trailer introduces Itsuki Aoi. What was nice about this one was it showed off more combat elements, whereas the first one focused on cutscenes and dialogue.

Genei Ibun Roku | Helping Hand

Interestingly enough, the final trailer shows off a new feature referred to as Mirages. These are Fire Emblem characters which you fight alongside. Also introduced are Mirage Masters. All I can say is Jet Horse FTW!

Are you excited for Genei Ibun Roku #FE? Has it been in production too long? Is it a game worth owning a Wii U for? Let us know your thoughts below, and stay tuned to oprainfall for more details as they transpire.


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