Reviews and Problems with Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn
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its like the dream you with limits.
PROR4PTOR , GameStop
21 September 2014
Summary: its a fun game in general but the down side is i can only play it on my pc at home. And its weird how i cant use it anywhere else cause if I try to ill have to pay 20$ again just to play it at a freinds home. So I guess its a fun game to play alone by yourself :/.
Not as good as Path of Radiance but knows how to make the game difficult
18 February 2013
Summary: I will say this right now, this is probably the hardest Fire Emblem game up to date. Critics will always say that but that's why there's an easy mode in this game where you can save anytime. Radiant Dawn picks up from Path of Radiance taking place 3 years after the original game. The setting is still the same but the villain group has switched to Bengion who was your ally in the previous game and now you're playing as Micaiah and Sothe (returning from Path of Radiance)...
Summary: Technology is old-fashioned; text subtitles rather than audio speech, limited action animation, 2-D images; but that is secondary. What appeals to me is the planning and thought required to successfully negotiate the levels. Reaction time and reflexes don't count here. It doesn't matter how fast you push the buttons. This is like playing chess as opposed to pinball. One of the knocks on this game is that once a character is lost, it is gone for the rest of the game.
Summary: It kills me that the are no other Fire Emblem games for current generation home systems. I love the genre and this is a great example of it. The Good: Challenging game play where every move counts Epic battles that are deep and meaningful, no filler or grinding. Characters that are meaningfully specialized, but not overly complex (no jumping through hoops to release the secret class e.g.