Fire Emblem Awakening for Nintendo 3DS
3DS

Fire Emblem Awakening

Feb 4, 2013
9.26
playscore
Excellent
4th of 642

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

About this game

Developer: Intelligent Systems
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.

Gamer Reviews

62849 Reviews
9.67
whatoplay
0 review
NA
Apr 8, 2022

best rpg game ever

Arv L
8.70
Dec 11, 2021

The first FE game I played, and it feels classic with updated graphics. I was looking for new tactical rpgs since FF Tactics, and this games was better than I thought. I liked the conversations and leveling system, sometimes it feels simple with the triangle strategy (rock paper scissors), but it can get deeper. The quality of music is also great.

Since playing this game, I have been excited to try the future releases in the series. It is a great entry point in the series for sure.

Jejuand
10.00
Sep 6, 2021

The reborn of the Fire Emblem's game.

  • The story is great
  • The new mechanics of battle
  • The children can inherit the abilities of their parents have, giving you an enormous ways to inherit your child.
  • The option to reclass your army. You don't some character because it's statistics are bad, not worry reclass them so you can beef up it or reclass to get a better skill and make your army an OP.
  • The DLC's are too challenging, but satisfying.

Critic Reviews

32 Reviews
8.86
ProJaredFeb 19, 2013
Chris CarterJan 30, 2013
While Fire Emblem: Awakening may not turn the notch up to 11, it's everything that's right about strategy RPGs. Whatever options you choose to go with at the beginning of the game, it's either one of the most accessible strategy games to date, or one of the most difficult.
Kathryn BaileyJan 30, 2013
Fire Emblem: Awakening ends up being the first entry in a long while to really nail the franchise's formula. The in-depth strategy, creative use of asynchronous multiplayer, and host of bonus content are all enough to recommend it to fans and non-fans alike. For once, don't let the spectre of permadeath deter you from this classic series. Fire Emblem: Awakening is the best RPG on the Nintendo 3DS to date.

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