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Fire Emblem Awakening review | Gaming Capacity

The Fire Emblem series has never been big in the west, often being overshadowed by other titles. The series has always kept a small but dedicated audience, but left everyone else behind. Fire Emblem Awakening hopes to fix this by being the most fine-tuned Fire Emblem game to date. And as it stands, Fire Emblem Awakening might be one of the best RPG’s in recent years. (3DS, Fire Emblem: Awakening) 9/10

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