Fire Emblem Warriors
Fire Emblem Warriors is a very fun game marred by a only few issues, some of which were probably unavoidable. The basic hack-and-slash gameplay is as solid and polished as any Warriors game, and the new innovations based on the Fire Emblem series add a lot. The game honestly feels like Fire Emblem almost as much as it feels like a Warriors game. If you're a classic Fire Emblem fan like me, don't let the roster keep you from buying the game. If you like Dynasty Warriors but don't know Fire Emblem, there's still plenty to enjoy here.
I found the handheld mode to be done very well, performing (to the naked eye) almost equally to the docked performance
Fire Emblem Warriors may lack of variation, and the gameplay can be a bit repetitive – but overall it's a great successor to Hyrule Warriors.
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Despite all the complaints though, I can't help but recommend Fire Emblem Warriors to Warriors fans. If you enjoyed Hyrule Warriors, you'll enjoy this just as much, and if you're not really a Warriors fan, then this probably won't convince you, even if you adore Fire Emblem.
Depending on what you're aiming to get out of it, Fire Emblem Warriors is either a very good game or a bore, although either way perhaps not quite justifiable for its price point during the busiest release period of the year.
Fire Emblem Warriors on 3DS isn't a bad experience at all, but any gamer with the option of purchasing the Switch version instead would be foolish to pick this up. The lower character count, vastly downgraded graphics and less ergonomic design of the 3DS all factor together to make this a less-worthwhile version of a game that only dedicated Fire Emblem or Dynasty Warriors fans should buy, even in its best state.
Fire Emblem Warriors continues the excellent port of Nintendo's franchises into the world of musou. The little additives from the franchise translate well into the genre. The art style is outstanding and the combat is just as fun (if not repetitive) as it has always been. This is another solid entry for Nintendo's latest machine.
Fire Emblem Warriors could've been much better if the script writers tried to create an interesting story and worked on characters more. But even so this is one of the best games in Warriors series with great graphics, atmospheric music and spectacular battles. Beautiful animations of special attacks and bright combos will please fans of the genre. If you liked Hyrule Warriors and Samurai Warriors 4, then you should pay attention to this game.
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As it stands, it's a nice tribute to the series and does Fire Emblem's mechanics justice be putting them in a shallow, effective action game shell. Fire Emblem fans will like it, especially recent fans who dig the 3DS games.
Fire Emblem Warriors is superb. It successfully translates the beloved RPG series without sacrificing any elements for which I have adored the series. With countless characters, a robust upgrade system and plenty of modes on offer, you'll sink hours into this stylish hack ‘n' slasher without even knowing it.