#JRPGJuly is halfway home. Let’s see how much progress the RPGamer staff is making with their chosen games.
Tagged: Fire Emblem Engage
The first week of #JRPGJuly is in the books. Let’s see how things are starting out for the RPGamer staff with their chosen games.
We kick off another #JRPGJuly, our month-long community game-along! The RPGamer staff tells us what they are planning to play for the month-long celebration of all things JRPG.
It’s a new year of backlog busting, and this gal has some big goals! January to March offered an interesting variety of completed titles, but were they good? Let’s find out.
The fourth wave of Fire Emblem Engage’s Expansion Pass content launches in a couple of weeks. It adds the new Fell Xenologue story scenario, that takes place in an alternate version of Elyos.
The Fire Emblem series has been around for thirty-three years. With seventeen core entries and five spinoffs, there is so much ground to cover in this edition of Where to Start.
Chris hugs a bear. Kelley’s kitten almost Leeroy Jenkins into a toilet. Matt knocks everyone out in Octopath. And Jason goes round right round with his turntable.
The latest Fire Emblem entry looks to earlier games for some divine inspiration. While the contributions of its past add an interesting tactical dimension, the other portions of the game do little to advance the series.
Chris gives everyone horse poop. Jason extolls the virtues of Alien Ant Farm. And Alex keeps things concise, as instructed.
Chris gets trolled by the bear cave. Jason sets optics to stun. Josh is hiding in a rest stop bathroom. Kelley stretches harder than she did for The Witch and the Hundred Knight. Also, find out how to increase your poop by 10 and express your opinions about Dragon Quest Soundtracks.
The second wave of Fire Emblem Engage’s Expansion Pass content is now available. It adds three new Emblems, plus new items and accessories, with Nintendo also revealing more Emblems coming in waves three and four.
Chris is a nub on the internet. Kelley enslaves dogs to find silver ore. Ryan goes 8-bit.
Chris has a picnic with Emet-Selch. Kelley gets kicked out of the guild by her husband. Vahn drowns in gacha games. And everyone is honking. What is going on?
Tam plays the waifu games for the “plot.” Chris teaches his cats to play DDR. Kelley blames everyone else for her Vampire Survivors addiction.
Nintendo released an English version of its Somniel-focused Fire Emblem Engage trailer. The seven-minute video shows the various activities players can partake in at the floating fortress.
Fire Emblem Engage is getting an Expansion Pass. The pass includes four waves of content, the first of which adds some familiar faces when the game launches.
Nintendo released a new gameplay trailer for Fire Emblem Engage. The video showcases the Emblem Rings, highlighting their effects and more of the heroes they summon.
Nintendo released a new trailer for the January-planned Fire Emblem Engage. It hints at many story elements as well as showing off some of its colourful cast of characters.
A brand new Fire Emblem title will help kick off 2023. Fire Emblem Engage sees players summoning heroes of past titles to help save the continent of Elyos.