Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn
I love this game and I have beaten it already and want to play again. It is so addictive! It does take some time to play, ex specially if you don't have the time to sit down and play all day but it is definitely worth it.
this game is really good, but i recommend you to play path of radiance first, it is way better than radiant dawn.
The story and the characters are really good just like any other fire emblem game, but since you have no support conversation is hard for you to see their personalities
But i still love the main one of the main characters, ike ;)
A crafted masterpiece!
This game is consistent with the quality of the Fire Emblem games. Although there were a few features I thought took away from the game, It was still amazing. Don't understand why it's so expensive though.
Great game play, good graphic, great rpg , all together its good i played it for a long time, long and intresting story
I can't speak for other people certainly, but I'll always love the Fire Emblem series, It's just been a ludicrous amount of fun and lasting entertainment.
I can honestly say my only problem with the game is that game stop feels the need to keep the price so stupidly high on games that otherwise would've been down to 10 bucks by now.
Great game, awesome for fans
Even though it starts a little slow, this game is proof that IS hasn't lost it yet. It holds up to its predecesor: the completion of the Tellius saga is indeed a compelling one. However it doesn't exclude people that haven't played Path of Radiance; this game's story is compelling and complete in it of itself. In terms of gameplay, the morphing laguz have greatly improved their utility. Fire Emblem games all have basically the same gameplay, but the beauty is in the details: improved skill and class systems, weapons and parts will make this game worth playing.
A Let Down For Fire Emblem
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! They were not dependent upon the characters and were pretty generic, also you could only support with a limited number of characters and had to delete a support to start another one! A huge letdown for fire emblem.
this is one of the best game on the wii to date. if you do not own this game you are really missing out on the game of the system.
Strategic but Flat
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. The player can grasp the main story very well, but unless they pay close attention, they will not understand the characters at all, much less remember their names because of the game's inability to flesh out the characters' stories. Sometimes, the player will not know why they joined their party in the first place other than to provide more muscle for the group. The graphics and sound are fine for this type of game and its respective genre, but given that the game is mostly text-based, it makes sense why they would be average. Finally, depending on the difficulty chosen, the game can be 6-14 hours long counting all the trial-and-error attempts that can't be avoided if the player wishes to keep everyone alive. All in all, if you are new to the series, you needn't have played the previous iterations in the series to understand the story. However, if you want to play a game not just for its gameplay but for it's story as well, other RPGs exist that are more suited to your taste. Fans of the series will find more of the same story, just in another setting in another time and place of the series. Casual gamers can go either way with this game depending if they like less action, more strategy-based RPG's.
Awesome and require strategy
I love this game because it is a challenge for me. I have never accomplished the game on Normal or Hard mode because it's hard and that's what I love about it (don't judge). I recommend this game to people who are patient and kinda love chess.......All I gotta say is that this game requires a lot of strategy and you can't really just run your characters around in the middle of the battlefield because they will die (except for Easy Mode because it's obviously easy). IT'S LEGEND wait for it......DARY!!!