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.
While anxiously waiting for Fire Emblem Engage’s release, Save State columnist Vincent Mahoney went on a quest to obtain Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War, a title that was only ever released in Japan. He somehow found one and enjoyed its deep customization in a series that was way ahead of its time.
We covered the fun but flawed Pokémon Scarlet and Violet when initially released, but there is more than one fan of the series among the GiN reviewer crew. So, while Neal Sayatovich agrees with his colleague Vincent Mahoney, he still wants to offer his own take focusing on Pokémon Violet.
The beloved Pokémon series has undergone many reiterations, although they are mostly filled with incremental changes. Pokémon Scarlet and Violet really does try something new with the introduction of the robust open world Paldea region and three separate story paths.
Heaps of praise have landed on the pixel-based game The Battle of Polytopia since it launched, and for good reason. This is everything gamers want in a 4X strategy title. Now, it lands on the Nintendo Switch and plays every bit as good as on other platforms.
As with millions of other players, Michelle is playing Pokémon Violet and Scarlet this week alongside her husband and friends. And while most people seem to be flocking to team Violet, she finds that she is Team Scarlet all the way. Find out about some of her epic adventures this week in the new open world Paldea region.
Mario and his Rabbids friends are out to save the universe in the new Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Hope game, which pits the good guys against some traditional Nintendo enemies in fluid tactical combat that would certainly give XCOM a run for its money.
Square Enix announced that turn-based tactical role-playing game, TRIANGLE STRATEGY is out now on PC (via STEAM). Previously released on Nintendo Switch in March 2022, TRIANGLE STRATEGY is an exciting HD-2D tactical RPG from the award-winning development team behind OCTOPATH TRAVELER, and BRAVELY DEFAULT, featuring a strategic turn-based battle system, deep branching story and arduous moral choices. TRIANGLE STRATEGY takes place on the continent of Norzelia, where players will determine the fate of three powerful kingdoms embroiled in conflict, Glenbrook, Aesfrost, and Hyzante. Set 30 years after the “Saltiron War,” players will guide protagonist Serenoa Wolffort and his faithful companions, … Continue reading Epic Nintendo Switch Triangle Strategy RPG Moves to PC via Steam →
Fresh Look Columnist Michelle Sayatovich is getting ready for Pokemon Scarlet and Violet to happily land in her Nintendo Switch. Michelle has gathered everything she can from what is known about the upcoming games so far, and she’s sharing her knowledge with her column readers.