Excerpt: It's hard to call yourself an RPGamer without playing a single Fire Emblem game, but somehow I managed to sneak past the series for the majority of my life. That's why at Nintendo's Fall Press Conference, the one game I knew I had to get my hands on was Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon . Not only because I knew it's been one of the most talked about titles around RPGamer, but because I knew it would be the perfect introduction to an age-old series that I felt like I've been...
Excerpt: Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon reverses that silly trend of naming things “DS.” Like, Resident Evil: Deadly Silence and all that. Instead it opts for brilliant “SD.” They could have gotten away with “Dragon of Shadow” or “Dragon’s Shadow,” but they decided “Shadow Dragon,” because, man, screw all those conformists. We doing it old school!
Terrific tactical RPG isn't suitable for younger gamers.
Common Sense Media
23 October 2009
Summary: Parents need to know that Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon contains serious themes. Though its animated violence is mild, there is much talk of war, death, and revenge. What's more, if one of the player's characters perishes, he will remain dead for the rest of the game and other characters will mourn him.
Summary: Fire Emblem: New Shadow Dragons and the Blade of Light is the latest installment in Nintendo's turn-based strategy franchise, the first in the series to offer multiplayer online play. Includes 4 Prologue chapters that tell the story of before the original NES game with six different difficulty levels.
Excerpt: Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon is the first Fire Emblem game to come to the Nintendo DS and is a remake of the first Fire Emblem that published what seems eons ago. Previously, Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon has only been available in Japan and it is finally making its debut in North America. Being a fan of tactical RPG’s like Final Fantasy Tactics and Advance Wars this title was on my must have list and I was eager to get my hands on it to play.
Excerpt: Name: Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon Genre: Tactical Role-Playing Platform: DS Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon is a remake of the original Fire Emblem for the NES. Since the original game (and its first remake, Fire Emblem: Monsh? no Nazo ) never made it to US shores, this is the first chance most western gamers have had to play what is considered to be the first tactical RPG.
Summary: Adam takes a look at 'Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon' for the Nintendo DS. Are you the one guy who played the original Famicon version? Then this X-Play Review of the classic turn-based strategy game is for you!
Excerpt: game and you’ll see why the series is revered in the world of turn-based strategy games: Its emphasis on the immediate and long-term effects of death is brilliant. The knowledge that each downed soldier is down for good makes you more considerate of individual lives. Being more considerate, in turn, makes you more cautious, less reckless.