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Submitted by NYC_Gamer 758d ago | review

NYPost- Fire Emblem: Awakening review

NYP;The underlying Fire Emblem fundamentals return, though listing each would be a disservice to us all. Controlling an army of mages, archers, knights, and other warriors, you’ll wage war against an opposing army. Combat is turn- and grid-based, and plays out in a rock, paper, scissors system of checks and balances. A delightfully unobtrusive string of tutorials leads you tiptoeing into the shallow end of the game’s extensive rule set, which perfectly acclimates new players like myself to the challenges ahead. (3DS, Fire Emblem: Awakening) A/A+

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