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  1. Apr 29, 2013
    10
    A FANTASTIC 5th SpotPass map that gives you everyone's favorite femme fatale (That rides on a Black Pegasus) and tests your tactics and wisdom by pinning you up against your own units. There are only 16 enemies on this map, and all copy the stats, skills and class of the units you use during the fight. 2 are always the same, a copy of Chrom and the recruited character, and the units you bring into the mix. In the end, the recruited unit (If she stayed alive at the end) joins you along with her signature skill Shadowgift, allowing her to use Dark Magic Tomes even if she isn't a Dark Mage or a Sorcerer (If she can use a Tome, that is.) Full Review »
  2. Apr 24, 2013
    10
    This review contains spoilers, click full review link to view. This is only an update for Fire Emblem Awakening, but it is a good one, especially for its free price. It adds one more chapter to the game, in which you battle reflections of your team (Note: Like the other chapters, this is NOT replayable). Upon beating the level IF you kept "Aversa" alive the whole time you will recruit her as a playable character, so this is one you WILL want to save before facing (It's kind of like facing a Legendary in Pokemon). Though the Character is mainly sex appeal, she does have interesting dialogue and makes an excellent wife as genetically if you marry her, your child (Morgan) will be able to use tomes regardless of class. She is a powerful addition to any players team, and belongs among your highest ranks.

    Note: Her level "The Wellspring Of Truth" will not be playable until players reach the final chapter, or have beaten it, and her support conversations are only available with the avatar excluding DLCs.
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