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Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn

Posted on 2nd March 2008 by admin in Game Reviews

Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn is a japanese tactical role-playing game from Intelligent Systems, designed for Wii.

First announced on May 9, 2006, Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn was released in North America on November 5, 2007 and in Japan on March 22, 2007. So far, no release dates for other countries have been announced yet.

Fire Emblem

Nintendo 2007, Video Game, $49.99

The game’s plot is divided into four parts. The first part covers The Dawn Brigade, led by Micaiah, and their war to liberate their homeland. Micaiah is the silver-haired maiden who leads the Daein Liberation Army against the oppressive rulers of the land. Part two deals with a rebellion and overthrow attempt after just rule was re-established. The rebellion is put down with the help of two peasants. Part three is an inter-country war, which is carried into Part four.

Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn was well received, but is considered a very difficult game. Reviewers called the game fiendishly difficult yet crazily addictive. Some criticize the graphics also. Overall, the game has been very well received.

Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn has the same gameplay mechanics as Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance, with a few changes:

  • Each of the 45 chapters has a lead character
  • There are two types of supports
  • Allows data uploading
  • New classes of magic
  • Terrain and landscape are improved
  • Improved weapons system

If you are looking for a challenging, addictive strategy game for your Wii, you should check out Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn – it may offer the play you want!

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