Summary: I can't decide which of the gba Fire Emblem games I like best. Sword of Seals the 6th one is the first of these and brings the charismatic and nostalgic graphics that each of these three games share. Fire Emblem, this one and the 7th, builds upon the last with more class promotions, items, and longer and more stories. Sacred Stones, the 8th, adds even more to this one with whole new enemy types, a few more classes, etc.
Summary: This game will attract people who like story and character development. The gameplay is fairly simple, but enjoyable. There are many characters so one is almost always going to find a favorite. The game also has decent graphics for the GBA. The standouts are the character portraits, which are good quality overall. The battle animations are nice to watch, but are very tedious to watch after you get used to them.
Summary: I remember when my Godfather bought me this for Christmas back when it first came out. I was like 12 or 13 or something and looking at the cover I was like "...ummm okay?" in my head but I said "Oh wow, thanks!" I was hesitant to play it at first because it looked like an old boring game, but I soon as I played it, I fell in love. I beat it in like a week playing it during class inside of my backpack haha.
Summary: I absolutely loved this game. Although I have yet to beat this game, I'm already in love. The old graphics actually look good, the sounds are the best on any game I've ever played, and the gameplay is great. The lasting appeal is good, since they're are 3 different stories. This game is a great addition to any Fire Emblem player, or turn-based strategy RPG's. It's one of the best games out there. Fire Emblem Blazing Sword burns the competition.
Summary: I played this game as a kid and just recently started replaying it. While the graphics arent great by todays standards, they are amazing for that time. I love the fighting and the different storylines in this game and play it over and over and over again with different outcomes to who survives or not in this game. LOVE IT. this game is just so amazing, though i wish they made more games to sequal these charachters.
Summary: Fire Emblem 7 (Blazing Sword) is the best SRPG ever. The gameplay is awesome if you are a fan of turn-based combat. Dozens of classes give you lots of room to customize your own army. The soundtrack is epic to say the least. I often find myself turning on the game just to listen to the music. The graphics are pretty decent as well.
Summary: Fire Emblem 7, the first of the series to be made in America, is a fantastic game, not just because of title, but because of the smaller things about the game itself. The characters of the game really add to the story. They are easy to relate to and their actions make you attached to them in a way. When Lyn tells of her parents murder in the first chapter, you can feel what it must be like to have that happen. When Eliwood falls for Ninian you can feel the connection.