Fire Emblem: Castle Conversations celebrates 30 years of Fire Emblem with the voice actors

Fire Emblem: Castle Conversations Fire Emblem voice actors

Fire Emblem celebrated its 30th anniversary last year in April. To celebrate, Nintendo of America has announced “Fire Emblem: Castle Conversations,” a celebratory video featuring in-depth discussions with various voice actors. There is a short teaser on Twitter, with the full video launching on Feb. 8. at 7 a.m PT / 10 a.m ET.

There will be seven voice actors present for Fire Emblem: Castle Conversations, including the following:

  • Cherami Leigh – the voice of Caeda, Mae, and Rhea
  • Chris Hackney – the voice of Boey, Quan, and Dimitri
  • Billy Kametz – the voice of Ferdinand
  • Christian La Monte – the voice of Seliph, Roderick, and Ignatz
  • Patrick Seitz – the voice of Fennix
  • Xanthe Huynh – the voice of Eir and Marianne
  • Ray Chase – the voice of Roy, Alfonse, and Gaius

In December, we saw Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light receive an English release for the first time on Nintendo Switch. The game is following a similar release approach to that of Super Mario 3D All-Stars, where it will become unavailable after March 31, 2021.

The Fire Emblem series is home to a bunch of talented voice actors, such as Cherami Leigh who also voices Makoto Niijima in Persona 5. If you’re interested in learning more about the series from different perspectives, then stay tuned on Feb. 8. Are you excited for Fire Emblem: Castle Conversations?


Jaimie Ditchfield
Freelance Writer. Work seen on GGRecon, Zelda Universe, and BackToTheGaming. Studied Games Journalism and PR for three years, and is relentless at spreading his love for The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask.