Reviews and Problems with Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones
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Great game similar to the original with even better characters.
11 September 2014
Summary: Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones is an excellent Game Boy Advance game that flows well with the Fire Emblem theme. A simplified way of explaining the gameplay of Fire Emblem is that it's like a free-range chess game though opponents have HP (so they don't die immediately).
Summary: I enjoyed all the other games in the series, so I will be very pleased with this one. I can take it with me on the go and it has great replay value. Always good story lines, I would recommend!
Summary: If you like TBS games, and want one that you can replay over and over, then this is the game for you. Any of them are actually. It has the usual triangle of weapon/spell set up. I.E. sword over axe, axe over lance, lance over sword.
Summary: Just collecting the rest of these awesome RPG/Stragety games, since I love them so much. Recomended age: 10 and up. Gameplay 10/10: The game itself is played in chapters along a set storyline and main character(s) tale,like any other F.E game, but unique to S.S is the map, where you may traverse to...
Summary: I have played several other fire emblem games and am really enjoying Sacred Stones. Game play is standard for a fire emblem game. The thing I really like about this particular game is the map. You are not forced from one battle to the next.
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: good system and good picuture!!!easy to control,only one thing that this game can not be saved during the battle,so that i can not use S&L method to get more exp and to win with more security,and the others are perfect!!!thank you!!
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