Nintendo did not bring last Fire Emblem DS to America, namely Fire Emblem 12, to the extent that the fans create their own English language translation. Fortunately, the same does not happen with the next Fire Emblem Fire Emblem is also the first Nintendo 3DS under the title Fire Emblem: Awakening.
Fire Emblem: Awakening tells the chromium, the prince of Ylisse and his army in defending his kingdom from attack Plegia. Throughout his journey, Chrom will meet with a variety of unique characters, from the character of our creation, Robin (the name can be changed) up to the legendary hero, Marth.
Story Fire Emblem: Awakening is serious, but tinged with witty dialogue between characters, make this game a serious but relaxed. Are you guys could help Chrom in the struggle?
For the fans, of course, familiar with the gameplay series Fire Emblem and Fire Emblem: Awakening is not much different from its predecessor. We will fight using a turn-based battle grid with character animation when we attack.
Fire Emblem is famous for its exceptional level of difficulty, along with fan favorite system, permanent death, aka the character who died on the battlefield is dead forever. However, Fire Emblem: Awakening again follow previous games, Fire Emblem 12, which comes with include a feature Casual Mode. In this mode the character who died on the battlefield will only back off, do not die forever.
Fire Emblem: Awakening also features character creation, just like Fire Emblem 12. Unfortunately, the choice of face, height, and hair is not too much, and our character will immediately become class tactician, no longer able to choose the class.
Of course, nothing prevents if we want to change the class later, because this game also has a system of changing class using Second Master Seal and Seal. Master Seal is used to upgrade the class we become more advanced, while the Second Seal is used to replace our base class, so for those who do not like Read the rest of this entry »