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AwwHeck reviews Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn (WII)

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AwwHeck said...

This is hoenstly, the HARDEST game i haveever played, and nerve racking.
Fire emblem is a beaut to me, the art is always so wonderful, and the classes system makes thestrategy last even when determining your team.

Fire Emblem Radiant Dawn has one scene that made me almost give up Fire Emblem: A scene With Lucia where Ike saves the day.
it was too nerve racking to watch but i had to know the outcome.
i always invest time in certain characters, Lucia, was one f those i invest the most time in, thus i had to make sure she was Okay, and sure enoguh they let her continue.

Gameplay not always what i seek, instead it's Cahracter i can latch onto, thus if i canonically lost lucia, i lost the passion i had for this game and all under it's title.

now the main hard part s you start off as a mage, and your goal is smple: save your countrymen
then you findyourself working your way into the ranks of a rebellion that eventually liberates your homeland
ten deciet plays and you wind out fighting the Griel Mercenaries

this game allows yo uto play as two opposing fronts, The Laguz alliance and the Begnion+Daein Bood Pact
luckily, the game's overall story allows a mass of confilcts that actually explain every single chapter.

the game wraps up very well, but my main beefwith it is that it switches you from side to side so often, you rarely get ot work on your units and level them compeltely like in previous games under the FE titles

3 of 5 due to team juggles, but overall, a good Wii game

Game Traits applied to Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn (WII) by AwwHeck

  • The Setting:
    Medieval fantasy
  • Playing As:
    Group of heroes
  • Playing Against:
    Complex enemies
  • How it's Played:
    Strategy RPG
  • General Tone:
Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn

Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn (WII)

Genre/Style: Role-playing/Strategy RPG
Release Date: 06/NOV/07
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