» Reviews: Fire Emblem Awakening

David Schwartz

|    Wednesday, February 20, 2013

  • Developer: Intelligent Systems
  • Publisher: Nintendo
  • Platform: Nintendo 3DS
  • Players: 1 In-House/2 Online
  • Rating: T
  • Genre: Turn Based Strategy

Fire Emblem AwakeningFire Emblem Awakening Starts in a World Ruled by the Divine Dragon Naga. Prince Chrom and The Shepherds find you collapsed without any memory. It’s your job to fight alongside them to battle enemies, bosses, and defeat the ultimate boss Dragon Naga. You are pulled into a major conflict that will change the world forever.

I liked this game at first because they added more features, more realism, and amazing 3D Effects. But though the beginning of the game was exciting to play, when I got further in I realized that the experience was not that great, because it felt more like two games in one (Pokémon Conquest and Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask). I like both of those games, but they just don’t merge well. Also, when you start the game it only saves before a battle, which is annoying because if you die it takes you back to the menu screen and you have to do the battle all over.  But then I found an option to save anytime, and I suggest doing that.

I would recommend this game to people who haven’t played the two games I mentioned, but that’s about it.


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