Fire Emblem is a fantasy tactical role-playing game franchise developed by Intelligent Systems and published by Nintendo.
All RPGs revolve around a story. This one is no exception. Lyn, the main female character, finds you lying around her village, the village is attacked, and she is luckily a warrior, and you are luckily a tactician. So both you and Lyn decide to travel to other places because Lyn wants to strengthen herself. Besides, her village was attacked, and less than ten people survived. The story has plenty of twists and turns, and you’ll always want to find out what happens in the next chapter.
The developers of the fire emblem put a lot of effort into this area. Characters have strengths and weaknesses, and there are plenty of diff character classes that you will love. This game is easy to learn, and if you are a vet of advanced wars, it’ll be easier to adapt to this strategy RPG. And the beginning of the game has a tutorial, which can be annoying since the game is straightforward to understand. Luckily you can skip it screens by pushing the ”B” button.
The game is you on a battlefield with missions in each chapter. It can range from killing all enemies to protecting a civilian. Do you remember Pokemon? Fire beats grass, and grass beats water, water beats fire, etc.. It’s the same here. There are two main triangles. It goes: sword beats ax, ax beats lance, lance beats sword. The other triangle is: anima magic beats light magic, light magic beats dark magic, dark magic beats anima magic. These basic triangles can help you get through the game quickly.
Terrain also places a part in this game. If you’re in the woods and the enemy is on the plains, it’s apparent that you have a high % chance of hitting the enemy, and the enemy has a low % chance of hitting you. The strategy is used constantly throughout the whole game. Some terrain is also breakable, mainly walls, of course. The gameplay is fantastic. There was much attention in this area, which makes this game a sure hit!