Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia

released on Apr 20, 2017
Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia

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Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia

released on Apr 20, 2017

In 1992, the second game in the Fire Emblem series, Fire Emblem Gaiden, launched exclusively in Japan. Now, for the first time, fans outside of Japan will get a taste of this classic game on the Nintendo 3DS family of systems. Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia is inspired by the 1992 original, reimagined on a grander scale. Every aspect of the Fire Emblem Gaiden game's presentation has been updated, along with the game being fully voiced. Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia recreates classic Fire Emblem gameplay with a modern twist, mixing in exploration of dungeons crawling with enemies."

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i think if this game didnt exist i would have a much larger penis and healthier sleeping habits

Don’t like the way they treat Celica (or really any or the female characters).

Desert maps + Valbar makes me want to KERMIT

Art is good tho best in the entire series by far only rivaled by Kita Senri and Kozaki Yusuke

Nice graphics, music, and voice acting wasted on a boring plot and terrible map design. It felt like I was playing the same two or three battles over and over and over again.

Que juego, QUE JUEGO. Es buenísimo a todos los niveles, las mecánicas únicas de esta entrega lo hacen una experiencia con un sabor muy diferente al resto de la saga. El mejor remake que he visto nunca, respetuoso con el original pero cambiando muchas cosas con conocimiento de causa. La historia buena, los personajes geniales, de las mejores actuaciones de doblaje de la historia de los videojuegos. Y a nivel artístico OH BOY, visualmente es precioso y la música es sencillamente increíble.

Really fun to play through and has pretty great story delivery, I usually skip through cutscenes but on my first playthrough of this I actually let it play out in full.

It's a much more stripped down FE game with some interesting mechanics changed such as increased bow range and spells costing your units health, this makes it a pretty cool game to mess about with if you're in the mood for FE but want something a bit different.

The NES maps can be a little stale to some which is why I think they added the turn wheel, this seems like patching up the issue of players soft resetting when things go wrong rather than reassuring that they can progress even with lost units, this may be due to the fact that you have a smaller army in this game.

There's some post game content if you're into that sort of thing but it didn't hold my attention for very long, still very happy with the main game though.

Awful map design great characters