List of Fire Emblem video games

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The series logo consists of the words "Fire Emblem" in a black, cursive, all-caps font, with the tail of the initial "F" dipping below the baseline.
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Fire Emblem is a series of tactical role-playing video games developed by Intelligent Systems and published by Nintendo. Its first game released in Japan in 1990, and is credited with both originating and popularizing its genre. Counting original mainline games, remakes and spin-off titles, fifteen titles have been released as of 2016. Since the release of the seventh game in the series, Nintendo has localized all but one Fire Emblem title for the West. Traditionally a hardcore series, incorporating permanent character death for units who fall in battle, the series has trended towards opening up to casual gamers beginning with Fire Emblem Awakening in 2012.

Main series

Title Original release date

Japan

North America

PAL region

Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light April 20, 1990[1] - -
Notes:
  • Released on Famicom[2]
  • Known in Japan as Fire Emblem: Ankoku Ryu to Hikari no Tsurugi (ファイアーエムブレム 暗黒竜と光の剣).[3]
  • Also available on Virtual Console.[4][5][6]
Fire Emblem Gaiden March 14, 1992[7] - -
Notes:
Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem January 21, 1994[11] - -
Notes:
Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War May 14, 1996[16] - -
Notes:
Fire Emblem: Thracia 776 September 1, 1999[20] - -
Notes:
Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade March 29, 2002[23] - -
Notes:
  • Released on Game Boy Advance.[2]
  • Known in Japan as Fire Emblem: Fūin no Tsurugi (ファイアーエムブレム封印の剣)[12]
  • Alternately translated as The Sword of Seals, but more frequently translated as The Binding Blade.[2][27][28][29][30]
  • Alternately called the 6th[23] and 7th[24] entry in the series.
  • Also available on Virtual Console.[31]
Fire Emblem April 25, 2003[32] November 3, 2003[33] July 16, 2004[34]
Notes:
  • Released on Game Boy Advance.[2]
  • Known in Japan as Fire Emblem: Rekka no Ken (ファイアーエムブレム 烈火の剣, lit Fire Emblem: The Sword of Flame).[35][36]
  • Alternately called the 7th[23] and 8th[24] entry in the series.
  • Also released in Australia on February 20, 2004.[37]
  • Also available on Virtual Console.[38][39][40]
Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones October 7, 2004[41] May 23, 2005[42] November 4, 2005[43]
Notes:
  • Released on Game Boy Advance.[2]
  • Known in Japan as Fire Emblem: Seima no Kōseki (ファイアーエムブレム 聖魔の光石, lit Fire Emblem: Holy Stones of Light and Darkness)
  • Alternately called the 8th[41] and 9th[24] entry in the series.
  • Also released in Australia on November 3, 2005.[44]
  • Also available on Virtual Console.[45][46][47]
Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance April 20, 2005[23] October 17, 2005[48] November 4, 2005[49]
Notes:
  • Released on GameCube.[2]
  • Alternately called the 9th[23] and 10th[24] entry in the series.
  • Known in Japan as Fire Emblem: Sōen no Kiseki (ファイアーエムブレム 蒼炎の軌跡, lit. Trail of the Blue Flame)[50]
  • Also released in Australia on December 1, 2005.[51]
Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn February 22, 2007[23] November 11, 2007[52] March 14, 2008[53]
Notes:
  • Released on Wii.[2]
  • Alternately called the 10th[23] and 11th[24] entry in the series.
  • Known in Japan as Fire Emblem: Akatsuki no Megami (ファイアーエムブレム 暁の女神, lit. Fire Emblem: The Goddess of Dawn).[54]
  • Also released on Australia on April 10, 2008.[55]
Fire Emblem Awakening April 19, 2012[56] February 4, 2013[57] April 19, 2013[58]
Notes:
Fire Emblem Fates 2015[66] 2016[67] 2016[68]
Notes:
  • Released on Nintendo 3DS.[69]
  • Known in Japan as Fire Emblem if.[69]
  • Alternately called the 12th,[70] 14th[71] and 15th[72] entry in the series.
  • Released across three versions: Birthright and Conquest released as physical copies, while Revelation released later as downloadable content.[73]
    • In Japan, Birthright and Conquest released on June 25, 2015;[66] Revelation released on July 9, 2015.[74]
    • In North America, Birthright and Conquest released on February 19, 2016;[67] Revelation released on March 10, 2016.[75]
    • In Europe, Birthright and Conquest released on May 20, 2016;[68] Revelation released on June 9, 2016.[68]
    • In Australia, Birthright and Conquest released on May 21, 2016;[76] Revelation released on June 10, 2016.[76]
Untitled Fire Emblem 2018[77] 2018[77] 2018[77]
Notes:

Remakes

Title Original release date

Japan

North America

PAL region

Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon August 7, 2008[78] February 16, 2009[79] December 5, 2008[80]
Notes:
  • Released on Nintendo DS[2]
  • Referred to as 11th[23] or 12th[24] entry in the series
  • Full remake of Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light[3]
  • Also released in Australia on February 26, 2009[81]
  • Also available on Virtual Console.[82]
Fire Emblem: New Mystery of the Emblem July 15, 2010[83] - -
Notes:
  • Released on Nintendo DS.[2]
  • Referred to as 12th[23] or 13th[24] entry in the series.
  • Full remake of Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem.[24]
  • First game in the series to remain exclusive to Japan since The Binding Blade.[2]
  • Also includes BS Fire Emblem story content as "New Archanea Chronicles".[84]
Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia April 20, 2017[85] May 19, 2017[86] May 19, 2017[87]
Notes:
  • Released on Nintendo 3DS.[86]
  • Known in Japan as Fire Emblem Echoes: Mō Hitori no Eiyū-ō (ファイアーエムブレム エコーズ もうひとりの英雄王, lit. Another Hero King).[85]
  • Full remake of Fire Emblem Gaiden.[86]
  • Also released in Australia on May 20.[88]

Spin-offs

Title Original release date

Japan

North America

PAL region

BS Fire Emblem September 28, 1997[89] - October 19, 1997[90] - -
Notes:
  • Released on Super Famicom for Satellaview broadcast service.[2][91]
  • Set before Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light, and forming an official part of the timeline of Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light and Mystery of the Emblem[2][3][92]
  • Technically the fifth entry in the series; originally treated as a spin-off outside the official mainline games, then later inducted into them by Nintendo from 2010 onward[2][23][93][94]
Tokyo Mirage Sessions ♯FE December 26, 2015[95] June 24, 2016[96] June 24, 2016[96]
Notes:
Fire Emblem Heroes February 2, 2017[102] February 2, 2017[102] February 2, 2017[102]
Notes:
Fire Emblem Warriors 2017[104] 2017[104] 2017[104]
Notes:

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