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yeah uhhhhhhhh............
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    311darkshade posted on Apr 27, 2009 6:51:52 PM - Report post
    yeah uuuuuuuuhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh......................................................................................................

    i was wanting to like uhhhh........ buy this game and was wondering how the graphics game play and story line is in this game i did not buy it because even though the title sounds cool (yet slightly nerdy) oh and what is this game about any way i didnt buy it because I bought gta chinatown wars instead
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    Xavier_Price posted on May 22, 2009 3:47:03 PM - Report post
    This game, like all other Fire Emblem games, is a turn-based army strategy game. You control an army of usually between 9-15 characters on a playing field, move them around, attack enemy soldiers, end your turn, the enemy does their turn, and it's back to you to move your army around.

    Sound boring? It's not. There's a good amount of strategy involved in these games, and better still, there's a great story that goes with them. You really get to feel for some of the characters. And to top it off, it's got good music. Graphics are decent, too, especially if you consider that this is a re-make of the original Fire Emblem game from way-way back on the NES [never released in US]. It is where Marth and I believe Roy come from in the Smash Bros games.
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    demunslayer posted on Jun 29, 2009 4:02:45 PM - Report post
    the gba one is better ... i mean a lot better

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    so many questions unanswered
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    Wigglituff posted on Jul 06, 2009 10:17:46 AM - Report post
    I would suggest you buy it because as Xavier_Price said, it's got a range of weapons,items and units (soldiers).
    It is a good strategy game and it sometimes makes your brain strain to find a solution and this game's graphics are good, and the music and storyline adds to it too.

    I would personally recommend this game to possibly ages 10+ , and I would give it an 8/10.

    I hope this changes your mind about this game.

    P.S. To demunslayer, the Nintendo DS version is 10x better.
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    Thunder87stang posted on Oct 25, 2009 4:05:25 PM - Report post
    gonna have 2 agree I like this ds version and it is very addictive I just picked up up the other day for like 10 bucks brand new which the game is well worth at least 20 if u like Zelda and games like that u should like this game as well as well as the final fantasy series the only difference with this game besides the play style of Zelda is this is turn based but I played it before bed and didn't stop until my battery died on me so its very addictive.
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