Although the automatic save system makes it a great handheld title, it's perhaps even better suited to relaxing marathon sessions on your couch. Fire Emblem is well-crafted, and unless you have an aversion to turn-based strategy, it's highly recommend.
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Nunca tinha jogado nenhum game de estratégia antes, sendo este o primeiro do gênero.
Extremamente viciante e divertido, em nenhum momento fiquei entediado ou confuso com as mecânicas, e eu achava que era um gênero muito complexo.
In my opinion this is easily the greatest game for the system by far and one of the best games ever. I put 1000+ hours into it since 2004 and no end in sight. Presentation, replay value, gameplay, strategical depth is top notch. The story, soundtrack and graphics are nothing than epic. Today this is a true classic SRPG, and a must have for any GBA owner.
With a noble history on the Famicom, Super Famicom, and now the GBA, Fire Emblem holds up the tradition of excellent gameplay, interesting scenarios, and an engaging storyline. The only real complaint I have as a Fire Emblem fan is that the game is very easy.
For its few flaws, Fire Emblem rivals the "Advance Wars" duo in terms of addictiveness and style, only really falling short due to its straightforward approach and character mortality that will frustrate those used to more forgiving titles. [Feb 2004, p.102]
This is the best original RPG on GBA. The story is interesting. The gameplay starts simple, but builds the player into a tactical thinker. The presentation also looks phenomenal. Fire Emblem is well known for the series' character animations, and this game holds up. It looks amazing on the original hardware, and even better blown up on modern screens in an emulator.
Turn-based strategy set in a fantasy world of swords and dragons that's a little shallow and repetitive compared to the mighty Advance Wars, but still has enough going for it to please fans of the genre.
I've played this game just after finishing Awakening and it shows. The characters are all fun and the story is nothing special but here are my 2 bigger complains
1: no support. In FE awakening, I really liked the support system, which is absent in this one
2: The difficulty. I really **** at video games, so I prefered Awakening's choice to turn permadeath on or off. If you like hard games, this one is for you
SummaryMarshall your forces and draw your steel--Fire Emblem has arrived. Fire Emblem combines strategy and role-playing in a story heavy on royal intrigue and backstabbing. As a military strategist, you must choose the best method of attack whether it is swooping from the sky with your Pegasus Knights or striking with a phalanx of armored ju...