Happy late holidays to you all! I hope whatever you were doing during our week off at 3PStart, it was great and you somehow got everything you wanted, celebrations or not!
In this part of the Overview, we get a look at some of the most well known Fire Emblem games in the series, a trilogy of titles that ran rampant in the days of the Gameboy Advance. We finally get to see the series make its American debut, and we find out who that strange red-haired swordsman in a popular Nintendo fighting title is and where he came from.
All that and more after the jump!
Here we are, avid readers- part two of four of the overview on the extensive Fire Emblem series. While the first post discussed the original games on the Famicom and answered some basic questions about the series as a whole, this will explore the Fire Emblem titles that came out during the time that is widely considered a golden time in the role-playing game history books, and it will explain where many of the existing conventions of the series originated from. Get a look into three of the most influential games in the series after the jump!
(Note: This is a piece I’ve been conceptualizing for some time, and I feel like now, with talks of the new Fire Emblem titles coming out in February, this is the best place to put it. Whether you’re new to the series, incredibly familiar with the games, or hearing about it for the first time here, hopefully, this will stir something in you to go and check the series out or relive your favorite entry!) Continue reading