- Platform: Nintendo DS
- PEGI Rating: Ages 7 and Over
- Media: Video Game
- Item Quantity: 1
Medeus, the king of the dragonkin, has been revived and is forming an alliance with a fearsome sorcerer named Gharnef. Together, they threaten to the throw the entire continent of Archanea back to an age of chaos and war. Now, its up to young Prince Marth and his small band of loyal followers to rise up and rally all those left in the land to make one last desperate push to free Archanea from the tyranny of the Shadow Dragon. Fire Emblem returns to its roots with a total overhaul of an NES classic never before released in America! New features include touch screen controls, multiple save options, and easy-to-follow tutorial chapters that shed new light on Marth's story. New players can jump into the action, even if they've never played a Fire Emblem game before. Take the battle online and clash with players around the world over Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection! You can also borrow units to use in your army, talk with friends using the built-in Nintendo DS microphone, and even buy rare and powerful items from the Online Shop using in-game currency. You are the general! Shape your army to suit your strategy by selecting from dozens of characters with unique spells and abilities. But guide your army wisely, because if a character falls on the battlefield, he's lost forever!
While mostly the same as the Famicom original various tweaks make for a solid game, Although personally I feel that reclassing isn't particularly useful for most units and the lack... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Caoimhe
Perfect condition, works fine and great game overall.
Quite difficult though.
A fantastic piece of retro love from Nintendo's archives spit shined for a new generation, highly recommended.Published 12 months ago by Callum Hurley
A brilliant turn based game... can be replayed over and over always good fun. Easy to play but can be challenging if you want to consider strategy ...Published on 27 July 2013 by Mrs. H. Dudley
Really good game. Normal mode to good to get you into it, then the real challenge starts on the hard modes.Published on 7 Sept. 2009 by Arnold White