Gaymer Guyd: Fire Emblem: Awakening

Dru the Intern
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Dru the Intern

March 18, 2013
7:49 p.m.

Fire Emblem: Awakening is a one of a kind game with stunning 3D Graphics and cut scenes. The game has a well-written storyline with in-depth character development and long length end game play, exclusively only on the Nintendo 3DS.

There was a limited edition of the Fire Emblem: Awakening 3DS console system that came out with this release. The colour of the console system is royal blue, just like the colour of the Fire Emblem royal family’s hair. The regular game is downloadable on the 3DS e-Shop and can be bought in local retailers.


The graphics are a huge improvement from the previous installment, Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon on the Nintendo DS. The 3D graphics really give the adventure a different experience. Watching the cut scenes is the most exciting part of the game. The character art is one of the best I have ever seen coming from Nintendo Official. The anime inspired style, yet realistic to the beautiful style of cosplay potential characters. Each cut scene is a small animated scene to the storyline, and the animations are smooth and detailed. The Japanese voice acting with the cut scenes add to this extravagant experience.

The in-depth storyline of how each character reacts to one another is one of the best parts of the game.  The most exciting part is having same sex relationships in the game too. Although breeding is the only way to create new characters and the only way to continue on with the story line.

There are many play styles for this version of the game, with Normal, Hard and Lunatic, with Casual and Classic modes. The normal is extremely easy, while the lunatic mode is a lot harder. The classic mode makes the game much more fun especially if Fire Emblem was the game one would grow up with.

Fire Emblem: Awakening is worth buying for your collection, and this game deserves a rating of 8.5/10 Click on the picture below to check out their official website…


~Dru Chan

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