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Submitted by Xander-RKoS 766d ago | opinion piece

Fire Emblem: Seamless Blending of Gameplay and Narrative

Erik G of VideoGameOlogists.com argues that Fire Emblem is as much a narrative game as it is a turn-based strategy game. The combination of support conversations and permanent death turns the storytelling aspects of the game into a game mechanic in which players make meaningful choices, without resorting to simple "yes" or "no" paths. (3DS, Fire Emblem: Awakening)

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