Fire Emblem: Fates (2015)

Video Game   |  Action, Adventure, Family

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As the nations of Hoshido and Nohr head to war, the actions of Corrin, a member of both the Hoshidian and Nohrian royal families, who must choose to either side with Hoshido, Nohr, or neither, will forever change the continent.


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15 July 2016 | residentgrigo
| Substance over style
I finished both retail games, will skip Revelations + the DLCs and find this 3 part release a sham. The Japanese Front Mission 3 had 2 completely diverging campaigns on the PSX and so do nearly all western strategy games. Stop this now Intelligent Systems. Conquest is indeed a proper challenge, as reported, and thus the better of the 2. This makes Birthright the choice for genre newcomers but they should play the more rounded Awakening instead and only hardcore fans should get both games. The presentation is a bit better that last time and the translation is top notch but the story is still predictable animu nonsense, as always. The children mechanic also came back as a rather weird afterthought, so the series should just go back the generations approach of the Snes days, or drop it altogether. I further welcome the removed erotic content, as that crap would have derailed the historic franchise in the future. The shipping lastly needs to be reigned back too and i will remember this release for the deep customization and streamlining, despite some worrying feature creep.

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19 February 2016



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