Fire Emblem (GBA)
Review by Trent Felo
Emblem was released on the GBA in 2004 by the hand of Nintendo of America
game starts basic enough, for a strategy RPG, giving the option to begin the game as one of three characters. It is one of
the most basic strategy RPG games I have played. In this brief review I will proceed to describe the tale of what I consider
the best character in the game; Hector.
is a lord who begins the quest with a mission to save his father, from the Evil clutches of Lord Laus. He starts out with
one companion named Matthew, a thief by profession. Matthew as any thief can open locked doors and chests. He is also able
to steal items from enemies, during battles.
like most strategy RPG's is played through chapters, and in a chapter Matthew will have the ability to convert an enemy into
an ally. You can earn characters by visiting villages and talking to certain people.
is strong, but he can’t move far. Don't think he can do everything.
isn't strong so don't attack with him, instead use Hector to fight.
chapter you will get a lot more people including a very powerful knight, and a prince named Eliwood and he is very, very,
very weak, so don't attack with him, plus you'll lose if he, or Hector dies.
order to fight walk up to next to enemy you will have several choices, go to fight and press A. When you fight your opponent
he will counter attack, sometimes you will attack twice or a death attack which will do three times the damage.
enough you'll know who is weak, and who is strong, I learned the hard way. I got Mathew killed by making him attack the boss
of first the chapter.
has Good graphics for a Gameboy game.
This game has a story that makes you fell like your in it.
8.2. You can't stop till you beat it.
A perfect score.
Value-9.5. the game is nice and long so you don't have to buy a new one for a while.
A pretty good score for a GBA game.