Tagged: Fire Emblem

Fire Emblem Warriors Review

Koei Tecmo’s Musou machine is still chugging along at a decent pace. Fire Emblem’s crossover allows the series to add in a few interesting tactical options.

Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia Review

A continent divided in half between those who indulge pleasure centers nonstop and those who ceaselessly strive to root out any signs of weakness was bound to have problems. It should surprise no one that conflict is the means of resolution. Jedah is no fun.

Fire Emblem Fates – Revelation Review

When made to choose between loyalty and lineage, sometimes the best option is to run away, forge a new path, and convince others to join. Either that, or choose to participate in the newest Super Smash Bros. You’d think I’d be sick of hearing “you are the ocean’s grey waves” after all this time, but you’d be wrong.

Fire Emblem Fates: Conquest Review

It is possible that other adopted children in the world will occasion physical fighting to the death between the responsible parties to sort out familial relationships. It doesn’t seem like a common occurrence, though.

Fire Emblem: Awakening Review

The sixth Fire Emblem in English, and the thirteenth overall, is almost available for the perusal of the masses. Is it dead on arrival, or will it knock you dead? One way to find out is reading this review.

Fire Emblem: The Sealed Sword Retroview

In the dark of the night, every time I turn the light, I feel my friends are off to heaven, in the dark of the night. I wonder why we waste our lives here, when we could run away to paradise, but I am caught in some invisible vice and I can’t get away, to live and die every day.

Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance Review

Tellius is embroiled in conflict. Do you have what it takes to lead the Greil mercenaries to victory? Read our review and decide if you will take up this worthy cause.

Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones Review

If you have yet to pick up the latest Fire Emblem title, our resident sound guy Matthew Foster may have some words to insprire you to step into the world of the Sacred Stones.

Fire Emblem Review

The latest Fire Emblem title is headed for the Game Boy Advance. It features bright scenery and a tactic based battle system.