Reviews and Problems with Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn
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A Let Down For Fire Emblem
Anonymous , GameStop
9 December 2012
Summary: One of the things I always loved the most about Fire Emblem games was watching your characters grow! In this game I didn't really get that because you kept switching between parties and many characters entered the game at a pretty high level. I didn't get attached to characters the way I had in the past, and was ok with letting some of them die if need be ( I used to NEVER let ANYONE die!). Also, the support system sucked in this game!
Summary: I always loved playing sims 3 on the computer and thought it would be as easy to play on the wii, but its not. Its just too many controls, every button on the remote is for something else plus every button on the nun chuck is for something else...it would have been easier if you just click on a object and make the sim walk to it, now you have to walk them and it takes pretty long. The multiplayer option gets pretty boring, because you dont see your sim do anything...
Summary: Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn stays loyal to its series in terms of gameplay and story. Depending on which difficulty is chosen, the game may be a quick breeze or a trial-and-error repeat depending if you want to keep all your characters alive because they're permanently gone when they die just like in the previous installments in the series. However, the story feels lacking due to the lack of character development.
Summary: I resently got the sims3 for the Wii 2 months ago. I am very suprised of at how they made it toataly different from the usual. I was not that happy tha they made it different. You cant do thing s the samre on the wii version. You cant just buld a different building. You cant design your sims the same way and you cant buy the same stuff. Also after the baby is born they dont go through a baby and toddler stage tha=ey are automaticly kids.you cant choose their traits.
Summary: I bought this game and expected this to be good but it wasn't. It gets sort of annoying and I hate that there are so many problems and glitches! Though in the beginning it is fun but then gets worse and worse. Though, if you like the Sims a lot, buy the pets version or the older ones on the PC or PS2.
Summary: The game is okay.It just needs to be changed a lot.For me it was hard to keep the Sims in the house they just kept running away.It would be great if their could be a way to keep them from running away.I mean even the kids did ran away, and they shouldn't be able to.Also the game keeps freezing up every time I try to find a new home.I have to keep starting over with new characters because everything is so messed up.It's seems difficult when it shouldn't be.And don't even...
Summary: i still like FF tactic for ps one and game boy version since you can change classes/jobs + story is more solid. with that said fire emblem is still a solid game but great game with most of pluses are you get to play more playable characters from 10-15 most of time comparing to ff's 5-6 each battle takes much longer and sometime over an hour. pro: +grand scale war startegy + alot of enemies and they keep coming??
Summary: Its an good game but Wii isn't a good platform for it. The controls are a pain to work with especialy when furnishing your home. I recomend players should get it for Play Station 3 or Xbox 360 or PC.
Summary: I've had to move my chess table twice because the chairs alongside it stopped working and I can't move or delete them. I purchased a phone, so I could hire a maid, but it does not give me the option to call for services. And switching characters when they are far away from each other is unnecessarily time consuming. Other than that, it offers the same level of enjoyment as previous sims with a few more options to its credit.