Fire Emblem Engage brings new life to the 30-year-old Fire Emblem series while also managing to include mechanics from the GBA and SNES era titles, some features introduced in the 3DS games, and even elements from Three Houses. It’s the best of all worlds in Fire Emblem Engage.
Fresh Look columnist Michelle Sayatovich recently began playing Fire Emblem Engage. In this week’s column, she describes attempting to do an Ironman run, what she learned, and also shares helpful tips and strategies to use while playing Engage.
Fresh off of the high that was Fire Emblem: Three Houses, one would expect that Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes could also be a masterpiece. And the game is fun to play, but several missteps will probably keep it from ever becoming a hallmark title for the series.
This week, with a smorgasbord of excellent Switch releases available for perusal, Drew opts to play and talk about the most current, bleeding-edge Switch games, and provides useful and timely reviews for all of them. Really. No lying.
Fire Emblem: Three Houses is the sixteenth game in the popular tactical RPG franchise, so it was a surprise to many that so much has changed. We dive into the changes the developers made, and why this is one of the best RPGs of all time for Nintendo.
We brought in our Fire Emblem expert to review the new Fire Emblem: Three Houses game on the Nintendo Switch. After hours of gameplay, the verdict was clear. Fire Emblem: Three Houses is the best game of the long series, and may change the way you think about RPGs.
Michael’s back with the sequel to one of his all time favorite strategy games for this week’s Retro Game Friday. It’s Advance Wars 2!
Michael’s back with a sequel to one of his favorite N64 games for this week’s Retro Game Friday. It’s Paper Mario The Thousand-Year Door!
Fire Emblem Fates: Revelation is the amazing final title that completes the three-course Fire Emblem Fates series. Revelation ends things with a satisfying bang, though you should probably go back and finish both Birthright and Conquest first for maximum enjoyment here.
Michael’s back with one of his favorite Strategy games from the DS era for this week’s Retro Game Friday. It’s time to survive in the wastelands of civilization with Advance Wars: Days of Ruin