Fire Emblem Fates: Birthright for Nintendo 3DS
3DS

Fire Emblem Fates: Birthright

Feb 19, 2016

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

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About this game

Content Rating: Teen

Summary

Two versions of the franchise's new installment offer players an unprecedented choice: fight an opposing force or join the other side and try to make changes from within. For the first time in the series, players take on the role of the main character and command an army, while struggling to decide which path to follow: helping blood relatives or the family that raised him or her.

Gamer Reviews

8585 Reviews
9.41
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3 reviews
8.63
IchMagMoneten

IchMagMoneten

Jul 25, 2020
7.90
Solitébre

Solitébre

May 31, 2020
10.00
Veritiaz

Veritiaz

Mar 26, 2020
8.00

Aggregate Gamer Reviews

Critic Reviews

24 Reviews
8.23
Dave AubreyJun 08, 2016
I don't think there are any bad Fire Emblem games, and despite that Birthright still manages to be one of the better ones. Conquest and Revelation already have a lot to live up to...
Blake PetersonFeb 17, 2016
In that sense, as a stand-alone title Fire Emblem: Fates: Birthright is not a particularly good game, though it's not a bad one either. It's an above-average tactical RPG with excellent production value and moderately good gameplay scenarios, but it feels surprisingly one-note and dissatisfying if taken on its own merits as a self-contained game.
Javy GwaltneyFeb 17, 2016
It tricked me into falling in love with its cast of characters and then made me weigh their lives against the fate of the world over and over again. Birthright is a grueling, fantastic experience that not only matches the quality of its predecessor but possibly outshines it as well, more than earning its place at the table of must-play strategy/RPGs.

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