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Fire Emblem Awakening Review - The Digital Fix

Ten years ago Fire Emblem wasn’t a particularly well-known Nintendo franchise outside of Japan. Early games in the series would either have been too niche or feature some quite questionable content for the Western branches to bother localising them until Super Smash Bros. Melee featured two playable characters from the series. Perhaps somewhat surprisingly all but one of the Fire Emblem titles since has been released worldwide introducing western Nintendo fans to the Strategy RPG series. After missing out on the last release, a remake of the second game of the series, we finally have what is possibly the most refined entry in the saga yet, Fire Emblem Awakening. (3DS, Fire Emblem: Awakening) 10/10

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