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Submitted by CGMagazine 278d ago | opinion piece

Waging Portable War with Fire Emblem: Awakening

There are many reasons why a game might be good fit for a portable system. From the style of gameplay to aesthetic presentation, there are a large number of factors that contribute to whether or not a player is likely to continue coming back to a 3DS, Vita, tablet, or smartphone game whenever they’ve got a few spare moments. What exactly is it that makes certain titles such an ideal fit for mobile play? (3DS, Fire Emblem: Awakening)

DEATHxTHExKIDx  +   279d ago
It is still my #1 3DS game. I play it every once in awhile still.
kalkano  +   279d ago
"it feels so perfectly suited to the 3DS."

Whenever people say anything along these lines, I can't help but feel rage building up inside me. The move to handhelds is a BIG reason for the JRPG fall-from-grace. I still enjoy handheld games like this; but they BELONG on consoles.

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