Submitted by AssassinTRIP 959d ago | review

Fire Emblem: Awakening – The Champions of Yore | Geekenstein Review

"At long last it seems Nintendo is going to embrace the market trends of 2006 and introduce DLC into their games. Fire Emblem: Awakening is leading the charge with The Champions of Yore pack. While I could review each map individually, it would honestly be a waste of time, as if you’re going to buy maps, just buy the pack or not at all because it’s cheaper. As of writing this, the first map in the pack is free and the pack is discounted to reflect that, but ordinarily maps are $2.50 yeah and 3 map packs are $6. Japan has gotten over 20 maps and it seems that we will be too, but are these actually worth the money or is Nintendo once again failing to adapt to a changing market?" - David Rhinehart of Geekenstein.com (3DS, Fire Emblem: Awakening) 2/5

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