Reviews and Problems with Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones
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Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones
30 October 2009
Summary: I really love the Fire Emblem series, and while this isn't as strong as some of the others it is still a great game. If you haven't played any of the Fire Emblem games know that they are very story driven and have a lot of interesting characters. Also know that the games are hard. It doesn't seem like it at first bit if you want to keep all your characters alive it takes a lot of work.
Summary: I love Fire Emblem games, but they can be very challenging. I've played many tactical RPG's, but I still find myself frequently frustrated when one of my characters dies and they were previously at full health. It takes meticulous planning and some luck, but the experience is rewarding if you like these kind of games. If you are not a glutton for punishment like myself, you can play the game without worrying about saving every character and it will still be enjoyable.
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 but hard. Once a character dies; they're gone forever. So keep watch. But for me that was the fun part of the game. Simple yet deep gameplan kept me coming back to this title and I'll be back again in a few weeks to challnge hard mode. To bad you don't get to use your weak character often. It takes to long to build them up. Overall: A good game that no stagiest should be without.
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. Great battle features like criticals, the weapon triangle, hit rates all correspond to each other. And a major aspect: when a character dies, they're gone for good! Many other things about the games shine.
Summary: A Strategy game that emphaises story and the characters is strange but rest assured its great. Its main plot is good but the individual characters bring it togther. Its gameplay is strategic you are given many characters, even more classes and lots of weapons. Don't think the game is easy; the enemies come in many varieties and sometimes have incredible weapons. It provides a cosistent level of challenge without sacrificing entertain value.
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 predecessor. The story in 'Sacred Stones' is as follows: a millennium ago the Demon King Forticus ruled over the world with monsters until the humans received a ...
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 .
Excerpt: Es el tercer Fire Emblem para GBA y el segundo que ha salido en español. Es un buen juego, lo que pasa es que a mi me ha parecido mucho más fácil que los demás de la saga, pero a cambio durante el juego puedes elegir tu el camino a seguir pudiendo luchar contra monstruos antes de seguir al siguiente capítulo de la historia principal, además hay tres lugares secundarios adicionales, que si los completas podras acceder a nuevos personajes.