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Submitted by wotta 703d ago | review

Fire Emblem: Awakening Review - STN

STN:

As a youngster I used to love playing Battle Chess on the old Macintosh computers and though I am terrible at the game itself the thrill was to watch those little digital pieces come to life, walking across the board and then attacking each other, knights slashing with their swords, the bishops using the power of god to disintegrate the enemies. I think that's why I love Fire Emblem: Awakening so much as yet again I am not very good at it but it is so pleasing to sit back and watch as the many battles unfold in front of you. (3DS, Fire Emblem: Awakening) -

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