What should I expect from this game /v/ ?
It's a good introduction to the series. /v/ will complain about the waifus, although they are conveniently forgetting that the Fire Emblem fanbase has been filled with waifufags ever since the beginning.
hilariously broken balance.
Pair Up is broken, always use it when possible.
Don't use everyone, just focus on a squad of like 10 dudes.
Frederick seems like a beginner's trap but he's actually a solid unit overall.
The plot is ass and the writing ranges from actually really good to braindead retarded.
However the music is alright even though it isn't the series's best and the overall presentation is good. At the end of the day it is still a solid game, but not a fantastic one.
now watch as retards argue about the same shit they argued about for the last two years.
>there are people right now who actually waifu r34 marth
A lot of cool, simple characters. Good story, though not a masterpiece by any measure.
Never really gets hard if you've played a FE before, partly thanks to the ability to grind if you want to. Also, some of the mechanics are very convenient, almost too much so, and it's really easy to create an unstoppable force of nearly invincible units even without any grinding.
Enjoyable, and while not the best in the series, it's still a good game.
Really poor writing, a waifu simulator system that doesn't even fit the style of the game, and extremely repetitive gameplay that hits its peak early on and then dies out when you realize it's all you'll be doing the whole time.
Hey /v/, I got an emulator working on my LG and got the GBA FE trilogy. Which one is the shortest, I want to play them all but I'm busy as fuck.
Which one is the best?
Also, OP, >>284197507 is pretty spot on, but this will seem better if it's your first FE. To add to that, "Normal" is actually Easy, "Hard" is Normal, and Lunatic is Lunatic. They changed the names for the easy difficulty in the US.
I quit this game the instant Basilio came back. I should have dropped this piece of steaming shit earlier, but that moment was fucking awful writing and should have been rejected by the editors right then and there.
an inferior strategy game to their Advance Wars series, but it is easier to get into and get attached to the plot and story.
Overall, it has weak gameplay compared to the better examples of an FE game, but I still dumped 200 hours into it (regretfully),
I couldn't really get into the gameplay. It's way too easy to slide into either complete overpowered nonsense or completely unusable. I actively tried to spread XP around, but it quickly devolved into a few units being able to one-shot everything as they steamroll the maps. Meanwhile the other fuckers are literally useless without grinding. For every kill I manage to feed a lower leveled unit, like 7 enemies rush Robin and instantly die in the counter-attack, making him even stronger. I've heard this is pretty typical for Fire Emblem though.
>that moment was fucking awful writing and should have been rejected by the editors right then and there.
But that was like the only part Lucina's time traveling did anything for them.
Yeah that's right, that was really the only thing here efforts accomplished.
I think her time traveling and shit was really just an awkward way to shoehorn the eugenics mechanic into the story. Because you know Nintendo devs usually think of the gameplay first and then try to wrap a story around it later.
>I still dumped 200 hours into it (regretfully),