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Fire Emblem: Awakening - Preview | RPGamer

RPGamer writes:

"Despite its focus on more Western medieval settings, the Fire Emblem series spent a large percentage of its life limited to Japan, with American and European audiences sadly missing out on its innovative brand of tactical RPG. Fortunately, the unexpected popularity of Marth and Roy in Super Smash Bros Melee saw games begin to make the journey west and the series develop a passionate global fan base, although before the announcement of the most recent game its presence did seem to be dwindling. Fire Emblem: Awakening sees the series' return after a four year gap following the release of Shadow Dragon, a remake of the first game in the series for the DS. Thankfully, signs so far point to this return being as triumphant as many of the series' fans are hoping for." (3DS, Fire Emblem: Awakening)

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