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Fire Emblem

Fire Emblem (GBA) game cover art
Platform: Game Boy Advance
Genre: Turn-Based Strategy (Fantasy)
Developer: Intelligent Systems
AKA: Fire Emblem: Rekka no Ken (JP)
Publisher
Region
Released
NA
11/03/2003
EU
07/16/2004
JP
04/25/2003
AU
07/??/2004

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Staff Reviews

Fire Emblem review

Reviewed March 30, 2006

Rob Hamilton says: "Fights consist of more and more enemy troops, many of which can pop up anywhere at any time as reinforcements, while many factors make picking your group of heroes for each battle a decision to not be taken lightly. Units with heavy armor may not be mobile enough to be useful on the largest battlefields, while heroes that subscribe to the “brawn-before-brains” code likely will get beat down in encounters with multiple magic-wielders."
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Reader Reviews

Fire Emblem review

Reviewed October 27, 2005

younglink91 says: "Fire Emblem, the first Fire Emblem to arrive to the U.S. What I bet most of you don't know is that Fire Emblem is actually a long series of RPG Strategy, this is the seventh Fire Emblem. The game is similar to Advance Wars, except that you don't have a million soldiers. Let's start from the very beginning. "
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Fire Emblem review

Reviewed October 28, 2007

Zenax says: "Back on Super Smash Bros. Melee for the GameCube two characters caused a large uproar in the video game community. Those two characters were from a popular series in Japan known as Fire Emblem. Fans wanted to know more about the two men Marth and Roy: Where did they come from? What is Fire Emblem? Why was it not released outside of Japan? Nintendo heard the cry and answered. The next Fire Emblem game and all to follow since its debut made their way outs..."
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