Fire Emblem User Reviews
-masterfully developed characters and storyline
-addicting and dynamic gameplay
-fresh take on combat
Fire Emblem 7: Rekka no Ken (or just Fire emblem here in the States) is the first Fire Emblem game released in North America; Nintendo decided to release this game to us after Roy and Marth's popularity in the hit game Super Smash Brothers: Melee. It follows the stories of three lords: Hector, Eliwood, and Lyn, and is a prequel to Fire Emblem 6: Fuuin No Tsurugi (the one with Roy). It is part of the popular Fire Emblem franchise, a tactical strategy RPG series that is renowned for its well-developed plotlines and characters as well as the prominent feature of permanent character death.
Story is pretty good
Battle system is fairly simple
Control an army
Nothing new or interesting
Gets a bit boring after a while
If you lose a unit in 1 battle, he/she is gone forever
Fire Emblem, for those who are new to the series, may find this to be a fair bit like Heroes of Might and Magic. Well, yes...it is a lot like that.
You are playing on a square-like grid, with many units ready to kill some enemies. You start with 1 unit, and as you progress, you gain more units. Soon, you get a big army. There are 3 good guys who lead their own platoons of medievil soldiers, and they end up joining forces in order to kill the evil emporer (not spoiling...I also forgot his name).
The game starts off with Lyn having to save her grandfather from death against his rival. However, ...
- Many characters.
- A great storyline.
- Good battle graphics.
- If you loved Advance Wars you will love this.
- Promotions to choose from.
- Alot of items and weapons.
- Game is easy to get into right away.
- Support conversations that make the story more interesting.
- A sound system.
- The multiplayer could have been better.
- The green neutral units could have been smarter.
- You have to be a certain color.
- Enemy difficulty.
- If you lose the main character the story is over.
I liked the game, even though it could of had a choice of your colors, a create your own character option, and a better multi-player. Other than that if you want a good game that will rid you of boredom for 6 hours this is the game. (Only good if your a big fan of strategy games.)
Ummm... Ummm... *Trys to think of something* The multiplayer is kind of bad.Summary:
This is the best game I have ever played. I have played it more than any other game... The storyline is quite good, and the music is good... For a video game... The gameplay is similar to the Advance Wars series, as it's made by the same people. However, The multiplayer is not as good as it was in AW. The game is also rather challenging, and it took me over 24 hours to beat.-_- And it has almost infinite replay value. And it has a large cast of characters (Somewhere around 43) that can "support" each other and, in some cases, have special endings together. It runs with a random number gener...
1. Gripping storyline.
2. Great turn based RPG.
3. Weapons triangle
4. Characters you grow to love.
1. Left me wanting more.(not nescessarily a bad thing)Summary:
Fire Emblem is one of the must buys of GBA games. It's gripping storyline, turnbased system, and unique system of weapons, makes it an all-around awesome game. A couple other great things about it is its different levels of difficulty, with increase from easy to hard. And the characters. I was greatly impressed by the range of characters. The goods far outway the bad sides, which they themselves are few and far between. One bad thing is, it ended, and I felt like I just needed more. Another is that some points of the game are slower than the rest, and make me lose a bit of interest. Anywho,...
-A Great Stategy Game
-A Long Game (Can Be Good and Bad)
-The Battle System
-The Music: It's Some of The Best I've Heard
-The Amount of Characters
-The Amount of Weapons
-The Many Different Types of Characters
-A Complete Tutorial
-Over 30 Chapters
-3 Different Charater Stories
-At Least 100 Support Conversations
-Multi-Player Battle Arena
-One of the Best Games, If You're Into Turn-Based Strategy Games
-Countless Hours of Gameplay
-This Game is Incredibly Long and Requires Patience
-Once You Lose a Character, he's gone forever, unless you restart the chapter
-Some Characters May Be Nearly Impossible to Train
-Inability to stop your characters from attacking
-N.P.C A.I(Non-Playable Character's Artificial Intelligence)
-If Your Main Lord Dies, It's Game Over
-The most a unit's level can go to is 20 until you upgrade them, but even then it can only go up another 20 levels until they are at their peak strength
Ok, this Game was made by Nintendo and Intelligent Systems as part of their Fire Emblem Series. In Japan, this is actually the fifth or sixth game in Japan called "Rekka no Ken", or "The Flaming Sword", but it's the first here, in the U.S. Anyway, in this game you play a tactician. You name yourself and you wake up in a small house with a girl named Lyn who was taking care of you after she found you. You end up being attacked by Bandits and since you are the "Veteran" Tactician, you lead Lyn and this starts the first ten chapters, which are a tutorial. Yet you are not actually on the field,...
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- Fire Emblem Create A Character 84
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