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    Fire Emblem

    Game » consists of 6 releases. Released Apr 25, 2003

    The seventh game in the Fire Emblem series and a prequel to Fire Emblem: Fuin no Tsurugi, released for the Game Boy Advance. It is the first Fire Emblem game to be released outside of Japan.

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    4.6 stars

    Average score of 7 user reviews

    Starting out strong! 0

    I came late to the Fire Emblem franchise, and decided to start with the first one, even more then a decade later. And I was really impressed by how it's still an amazing game that holds up well.The character diversity is really well made, I can't remember any other franchise with as many types of combinations for characters, classes and their weapons, that still feel balanced for the grand majority of it. I liked how they split the story mode, and how they made the presentation, moving from chap...

    6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

    Fire Emblem enters the states with a bang! 2

    I'll start out by saying that I've been a big fan of the Fire Emblem series since I played an import version of Fire Emblem 6: Sword of Seals, which I loved so much I played through about 3/4 of the game despite not understanding a word of japanese. When I found out that Fire Emblem 7: The blazing sword was going to get an english translation I was over the moon and this game has lived up to my expectations and more since day 1. The only unfortunate thing is that this game is slightly overshadow...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Absolutely Fantastic, In My Opinion the greatest GBA Game ever 1

    To start off let me say that this not only ranks high on my GBA list but also my list of all time games. It Simplistic visuals are quite "comfortable". Nothing innovative compared to games like the "Minnish Cap" and others but fits the gameplay perfectly. There is also an incredibly wide range of characters who each represent their own class and abilities to match. This gives the player more options but also lends a tactical strengths and weaknesses type of aspect to the game.To go along with al...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    Fighting Till Completion 0

    I don't remember if I got this game as a gift or if I spent resources to find and buy this game, but in either case when I first started playing I was blown away at the story and just the individual characters. Never played any of the older games in the series, nor for that matter any other RPG games for the Game Boy Advance.  The story was pretty solid and the characters were really memorable-in the sense that when I spent almost 30 hours grinding to level my team, and suddenly losing a charac...

    0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

    The defining GBA title 0

     Let's face it, everybody is sick and tired of not being able to play any Fire Emblem Titles in North America....until now. A new Fire Emblem has hit NA by storm on the GBA and another on the GC later this year, but is this worth it? Graphix: Unique! I loved the graphical design in this, the field graphics were good and easily deciphered. The characters were good on the field, and incredibly good in the battle sequences, in fact, the graphix were superb in the battle sequences. Also, the ...

    0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

    Fiery Fun 0

    Fire Emblem is what every JRPG SHOULD be. The tactical warfare is a zillion (scratch that, a googleplex) times more entertaining than turn-based bore-stravaganzas like Final Fantasy.This was the first installment we got, so it was a little rusty in terms of visuals & graphics. There's only so long you can go staring at drab blue and red sprites before you start yearning for a third colour with the burning, sweaty passion of a heroin addict in serious withdrawal. But if you squint your eyes j...

    0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

    Uncle Longfellow's Fire Emblem Review 0

    Backstory: When I was younger I would put an obscene amount of video games on my Christmas list each year (I still do, but that's completely irrelevant). In 2003, at the tender age of 11, I was perusing the Black Friday ads on Thanksgiving to find toys and video games that would make the final cut for my Christmas list when a little game called Fire Emblem for the Game Boy Advance caught my eye. I knew next to nothing about it, but the cover art looked cool and my library of GBA games was prett...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

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