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Reason: No FE game actually came out for N64
The Nintendo 64 (Japanese: ニンテンドウ64), abbreviated to N64 (originally planned as the 'Nintendo Ultra 64" and codenamed "Project Reality"), is the third home console made by Nintendo. Fire Emblem 64 was slated to be released on the console, but it was cancelled and retooled for Game Boy Advance.
Fire Emblem games for Nintendo 64
There were no Fire Emblem series games released for this console. However, There was originally a Fire Emblem game in development for N64. Specifically, the 64DD. First mentioned in 1997 in a interview with Shigeru Miyamoto. He stated that Fire Emblem 64 will come out in "the latter half of next year" after Mario RPG 2 (Which became Paper Mario). Three years later, in 2000, it was confirmed cancelled in the September issue of 64 Dream. In August 2000, It restarted development for the Game Boy Advance.