Fire Emblem Awakening for Nintendo 3DS
3DS

Fire Emblem Awakening

Feb 4, 2013
9.27
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Excellent
4th of 598

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About this game

Content Rating: Teen

Summary

The world is ruled by the Divine Dragon Naga, with a fondness for humans, and the Fell Dragon, Grima, destroyer of humans. Prince Chrom of the Halidom of Ylisse and the Shepherds, his personal militia, find you collapsed without memory. They help you to your feet, so you join them on their journey. The Risen, undead soldiers of unknown origin are plaguing the land. A mysterious warrior wields a second treasured Falchion, which should not even exist. The neighboring theocracy of Plegia is populated by worshippers of the wicked dragon.

Critic Reviews

32 Reviews
8.86
Jon WahlgrenJan 30, 2013
Who knows, with practice a beginner might even come around to the whole perma-death challenge thing. While the multiplayer options may be a little iffy depending on your circumstances, the sheer amount of quality content and replay value make this one icon sure to spend a long time on your 3DS menu. Have no fear: Fire Emblem: Awakening is here.
Mike MinottiJan 30, 2013
Fire Emblem: Awakening completely engaged me while I was playing it, whether I was connecting with its well-written characters or taxing my (limited) intellect as I tried to win a difficult battle while keeping everyone alive. It’s hard to ask for much more from a strategy game, but Awakening goes beyond that by supporting its great mechanics with immersion and beautiful art.
Game TrailersJan 30, 2013
Nintendo has managed to lower the barrier to entry in Awakening while still preserving the core Fire Emblem experience. It takes positive strides forward with new additions like enhancements to the social system and battle mechanics, and the series’ established formula is all the better for it. If you’ve been hard-up for a solid RPG on the 3DS, Awakening is precisely what you’ve been waiting for.

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