Excerpt: Everyone reading this has doubtless heard of Fire Emblem. Its profusion of chocobos, ubiquitous slimes, odd convention of naming characters Cid, and use of robot-to-robot combat cannot be forgotten.
Summary: "Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones" is the second "Fire Emblem" game released in the United States, after one simply titled "Fire Emblem." You follow an intense and complex story that you'd expect from Fire Emblem, but instead of one "Lord" as your main character, there are two.
Pros: Awesome audio, Engaging story, Loads of content, Addictive gameplay, Innovative concepts, Just plain fun
Summary: this game is fun and has a difficulty to it. the difficulty could be greater. i rate this one a little better than pokemon because the price tag is much much lower. the graphics and sound are about in line with the advance.
Summary: A good game not much to say after that. Oh wait a paragraph long , fin ,fin okay. The game itself follows a tactical rpg theme with a twist. If a character dies they wont come back , so think before you act Holy wilikers The game isnt frightening or adventurous its just fun.
Summary: If you are a fan of strategy, RPG, or just good games, and you have a GBA, pick this one up! It operates like a normal strategy game. Move your units across a large playing field, encountering enemies and reaching a goal. But the way it is executed is amazing.
Excerpt: 'Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones' is the eighth entry in the popular strategy-role-playing series and the second to make it beyond Japan. Despite it being a solid game with many new features that would intrigue fans of other games in the series or genre, it struggles to hold up against its...
Pros: Good story and likeable characters, gameplay solid, bonus maps and classes add more variety .
Cons: Use of bonus features makes game much easier, graphics and soundtrack could be better .
Summary: I am finding it increasing difficult to find fault with this game. This combat turn stratergy is incredibly rewarding. The storyline is neither dull nor text heavy and the affinity you develop with your characters is amazing, it really hits you if one of them perish.