One of the most important releases these days is Fire Emblem: Three Houses, a new installment of the Nintendo Switch franchise. But Android and iOS mobile devices also enjoy their own chapter of the series, Fire Emblem Heroes, which has recently been splashed by controversy starring the use of dubbing actors in the game, accused of alleged abuse and abuse.
Chris Niosi is known in the world of videogames for his work on titles such as Octopath Traveler, and in recent weeks he has been the subject of a series of serious accusations of abuse and violent behavior by his former partner . While the controversy remains open in social networks and forums, Nintendo seems to have taken a precautionary measure in relation to it. Although the developer has not made any kind of statement about it, she has eliminated Niosi from the credits of Fire Emblem Heroes, although she continues to use the voice of this actor in the game.
At the moment it is not clear if Nintendo will end up changing the voice of Byleth, the character played by Niosi, but this distancing could be a first step towards that change. In relation to this great series of games, remember that you can now read our analysis of Fire Emblem: Three Houses, in which Jesús Bella explains why he is one of the best in the saga.