In Fire Emblem: Awakening on the Nintendo 3DS, 3DS XL and Nintendo 2DS, you will command an army of soldiers in a series of epic battles of turn-based strategy. Along the way you will develop relationships with your team, using their unique abilities on the battlefield to achieve victory and advance the story.
The world is ruled by the Divine Dragon Naga, with a fondness for humans and the Fell Dragon, Grima, destroyer of humans.
Prince Chrom of the Halidom of Ylisse and the Shepherds, his personal militia, find you collapsed without memory. They help you to your feet, so you join them on their journey.
The Risen, undead soldiers of unknown origin are plaguing the land. A mysterious warrior weilds a second treasured Falchion, which should not even exist. The neighbouring theocracy of Plegia is populated by worshippers of the wicked dragon. Are these troubling events connected somehow?
As you fight alongside Chrom and his Shepherds, you are pulled into a major conflict that will change the world forever.
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I really enjoyed Fire Emblem: Awakening 3D. The battles are fun and challenging, the characters are great, and it's really fun to start the game over and try getting different combinations of them all. I really love how they kept the Japanese voices since their voice actors are very talented, but it isn't exactly fully voiced and sometimes only the first word in a sentence is spoken. I haven't played any of the previous Fire Emblem games so I don't know how it fairs against them, but all in all I really enjoyed the game and definitely recommend it.
Fire Emblem: Awakening is a gorgeous looking, fascinating game. It's probably the best game available on the 3DS right now.
Fire Emblem: Awakening 3D is a fantastic game! Everybody should purchase this game at this price!
Fire Emblem: Awakening 3D is a superb strategy game. It's not the sort of game I personally go for, but after playing the demo from the Nintendo store, I was hooked. If you are not sure it's for you, do the same. It's recommended!
I have followed and played Fire Emblem: Awakening 3D for a while. The 3DS is the system that this game is truly at home on. The graphics are excellent and combined with the music and sound makes for a truly charming play experience. I think more could have been made of the touch screen control however. The only problem with the game is getting it off the wife - it's that addictive! Buy now and you won't be disappointed.
Fire Emblem: Awakening 3D is an absolutely amazing game. It's well recommended, with brilliant graphics and characters. There's great strategies in every episode. It's well worth a try.
Fire Emblem: Awakening 3D is brilliant gaming! You can't put it down. It came the day after release and I have hardly put it down since!
This is a stone cold classic. The most accessible FE game to date with the inclusion of the casual mode (not that I'd ever use it) and probably the biggest and most content rich in the series also. Don't let the tactical, technical nature of the game put you off - the gameplay is deep but very accessible and explained through short, simple tutorials for those who aren't already familiar with the mechanics. I love this game and would even go so far as to say that it's worth buying a 3DS to play.