Hey everyone! Mr. Panda here, with a review of the free-to-play Fire Emblem Heroes, available on iOS and Android! It’s a divisive game, combining the tactical RPG gameplay of the Fire Emblem series with what is essentially gambling for heroes you want. Find out what I thought of this long-running series’ transition to mobile in my review!
Hot on the heels of Super Mario Runand Miitomo, Fire Emblem Heroes is Nintendo’s third big mobile offering. The Fire Emblem franchise has come a long way to earn this spot. Though the first entry shipped on the Famicom back in 1990, the first Western release was 2003’s Fire Emblem (a.k.a. The Blazing Blade), the seventh game. Thanks to the success of Fire Emblem Awakening and Fire Emblem Fates, the series has gained acclaim both inside and outside Japan. Fire Emblem Heroes is an attempt to capitalize on FE’s growing popularity, and it does so with simplified turn-based strategy and a costly hero-summoning system.
No Fire Emblem crossover game would be complete without Marth.
Unlike other Fire Emblem games, FEH is light on story. Prince Alfonse and Princess Sharena of the Askr Kingdom must fight against the opposing Emblian Empire. Along the way, they…
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