Fire Emblem 4: Overpowered

Fire Emblem 4: Overpowered is a Super Nintendo ROM hack based on the Fire Emblem 4: Seisen no Keifu SNES game. This hack mainly increases the level cap of the enemies and player units.

Game Rating : 1.56/5 (16)
Developer : Naglfar94
Game Type : Strategy, Turn-Based
Release Date : 28 May 2017
Modes : Single Player

Fire Emblem 4: Overpowered More Information

Fire Emblem 4: Seisen no Keifu is the fourth installment of the Fire Emblem franchise. It was released on the SNES in May 1996, years before the series made its debut outside Japan. The game is a role-playing venture in which the player takes the roles of Sigurd and Seliph across a variety of story-driven missions on the continent of Jugdral.

This hack doesn’t have nearly as many changes as others that have been described here on the site. What it does have is a change in the level caps of the enemy and player characters. Nearly all the enemies included have holy weapons as well. That’s pretty much all the hack has to offer.

It doesn’t hurt to try seeing if the hack appeals to you, of course. Hacks are free downloads, after all. However, it’s not like there’s that much that’s different about this hack to begin with. Those interested may be happy to know that this hack works with the fanmade English translation.

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Fire Emblem 4: Overpowered (Q and A)

Question : What is a SNES Rom Hack?
Answer : A SNES ROM Hack is where someone has taken the original SNES Game and has modified it with new graphics / levels / characters. Some hacks are very good and can create completely new games, whilst others are not done very well and can even be unplayable.

Question : Is this ROM Hack any good?
Answer : I have played this game and I have rated it which you can see the result below. If you have played this game please use the submission form below to submit your rating.

1.56/5 (16)
Question : Can I download and play Fire Emblem 4: Overpowered SNES ROM Hack?
Answer : Yes 🙂 You can download Fire Emblem 4: Overpowered ROM from ROMHacking. The download links have been tested and are working at the time of posting this article, If you find the links don’t work please let me know by posting a comment below.

Question : I have Downloaded The ROM Hack But What Do I Do Next?
Answer : Watch this video for instructions on what to do. When you download this hack the download will contain a .ips file (Not a ROM file), This .ips file is a patch which you need to apply to the original ROM in order to be able to play the hacked game. The easiest thing to do is copy the .ips file in to the same folder as the original ROM and make sure the .ips and .rom file have the same name, for example

  • Fire Emblem 4: Overpowered.ips
  • Fire Emblem 4: Overpowered.rom

Now launch your emulator and then open the ROM and you should be able to play the hack. If the hack does not load you will need to patch the ROM file with the IPS file.

Question : How Do I Patch the ROM File To Play?
Answer : Watch this video which will show you what to do. You need to download Lunar IPS tool and run it then click on “Apply IPS Patch” then select the .ips file and click ok, then select the Rom file and the patch will then be applied. Now launch your SNES emulator and open the ROM file.

Question : Where Can I Download The Lunar IPS Tool?
Answer : You can download the tool from Here

Question : What Emulator Shall I Use To Play Fire Emblem 4: Overpowered (ROM Hack)?
Answer : There are many good emulators you can use to play this SNES Rom hack, Take a look at this article which will list a few for what ever system you are using (PC, Linux, PSP and so on)

Question : How can I submit my rating of this game
Answer : If you have played this game please let us know what you thought of it by submitting your rating below and also post a comment to let us know what you thought of this game.

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Justin Mermack

Justin is a gaming enthusiast that relishes replaying and reminiscing with fellow gamers about the retro video games we all grew up loving. Using his spare time, he writes on all things Nintendo, but you'll be hard-pressed not to find a controller in his hand.

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