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Fire Emblem Fates: Birthright - Nintendo 3DS Birthright Edition

Platform : Nintendo 3DS
4.6 out of 5 stars 54 customer reviews

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  • For the first time in the Fire Emblem(TM) series, your customized avatar is the main character (Prince or Princess of Hoshido Kingdom)
  • Epic storyline centered on your avatar, forced to choose between bloodline and family who raised you.
  • New "My Castle" area to interact with your allies and build stronger relationships
  • Have StreetPass(TM) encounters with other players to visit their My Castle
  • Tap in corresponding Fire Emblem amiibo(TM) figures and Marth, Ike, Lucina, and Robin will appear in your game, ready for you to battle and recruit
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  • Platform: Nintendo 3DS
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Edition: Birthright
  • Release Date: Feb. 19 2016
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 54 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #384 in Computer and Video Games (See Top 100 in Computer and Video Games)
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Two kingdoms are on the brink of war. Whose side will you choose? Torn between two families, you’re an heir of Hoshido, raised by Nohrian royals. If you walk the path of Birthright, you’ll battle the corrupted king of Nohr beside a family of strangers. Command them expertly and forge deep relationships to master this turn-based strategy game.

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A brand new Fire Emblem experience is on its way for the Nintendo 3DS family of systems. For the first time ever, your customized avatar is the main hero. An army of knights, mages, archers and more are at your command in the most tactical battles in series history. Each unit and weapon has strengths and weaknesses you must consider for every foe you face. Partner allies on the battlefield so they can support each other in combat. Building relationships is key—the closer your allies become, the better they’ll fight together. Their future is at your command, but first you must make the most important decision in the history of Fire Emblem.

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Edition: Birthright
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Fire Emblem Awakening was arguably the best thing to come out of Intelligent Systems in a long while. Well, FE Fates has managed to top it.

The game is a real challenge and the characters and their stories are really great, helped by a very compelling story although one will require buying the complete package if you want to fully enjoy the game's narrative. Map and mission design are beyond awesome.

In the end, Fire Emblem Fates is exactly the kind of game that us fans of the series will love mostly because it feels like an extension of what was offered in past iterations but improved where needed. Building relationships with characters that fall in love, have children, and then die in battle has a REAL impact on the player as they make it through the heat of battle, and the narrative keeps stringing the user’s avatar along on a quest to end all of the bloodshed.

It’s a incredibly well-made turn-based RPG, and it will handily suck hundreds of hours of time away from anyone that gives it a chance.
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If you liked Fire Emblem Awakening, you'll most likely also enjoy Fire Emblem Fates. The basic turn-based gameplay is the same, but new unique additions give this game an entirely different experience than past Fire Emblem games. Like FE Awakening, there are options that make it more friendly for newcomers. Veterans who prefer the older games may have a hard time liking the new additions depending on their preferred playing style.

Beware that there are TWO different story lines that can be purchased: Birthright and Conquest. There is also technically a THIRD story line that is currently only available as a download: Revelations. You must buy each one INDIVIDUALLY if you wish to play all three story lines. This means that if you decide to purchase Birthright, your game is locked into that decision, and you cannot restart and choose to play Conquest. If you only plan to purchase one game, choose wisely.

However, if you purchase one game at full price, the second game you can purchase digitally for 50% off! Revelations is also half price of the original game.

Basic differences between Birthright, Conquest, and Revelation:

The first few chapters of all three will begin the same no matter what, however the path you purchase will provide a different story line, as well as different units and other game items.

BIRTHRIGHT - You are choosing to side with the family you came from and turning your back on your adoptive family.It is described to be "easier" than the other two games, for those who prefer a more casual game play or are new to the Fire Emblem series. The challenges are also easier to complete.

CONQUEST - You choose to stay with your adoptive family instead of your birth family.
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This game is well worth the money. You will easily squeeze over 40 hrs in this game and likely even more than that. This game takes everything from FE: Awakening and refines it further from battle, to pairing up characters and network multiplayer capabilities. This is a must by for those who fans of the fire emblem series or like SRPG games. With birthrights you can take your time and flush out many relationships between characters. You are also able to grind and play challenge levels which help in grinding character levels. This game is not very difficult for most FE fans even on lunatic. Anyone familiar with the series should be playing in lunatic or else they will just steamroll through the story missions without much effort. I would recommend getting this game first over Conquest as the easier difficulty and missions compared to conquest along with the more straightforward (good vs evil) story make seem lacking after playing conquest. Birthrights->Conquest->Revelations is the best way to play all three games. Remember if you buy this game you can download the Conquest path for a lower price so do not buy both copies of the games unless you need the extra save slots.
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Flashback: 2004. I buy my first Fire Emblem Game for the GBA not knowing what to expect. This was in an age where researching a game as a child was out of the question. I put it in my gameboy advance, and I hate it at first. The characters seem dull, boring, and the gameplay weak. I give it a shot, and make it through the entire game. Looking back from 2016, it still remains one of the best games I have ever played. The serious tone of the story was refreshing, with the complex characters and story and the way they intertwined. It rewarded players who played on the hardest difficulty and excelled by offering side chapters where they could learn more about the back story - and not just lame tidbits - things that deepened your appreciation for the entire games plot. The depth of the tactics was surprising given how it basically boiled down to two versions of rock paper scissors; and the way each character interacted through support conversations was compelling.

Fire Emblem Fates has none of this.


Fire Emblem Fates is, for the most part, exactly what you would expect from a Fire Emblem Game if you were a fan of the series. Large battlefields filled with enemies in red, to fight against your blue-clad heroes. Fight enemies, level up, gain better skills by making moves across the map. Chew on your finger nails and pray the RNG combat of the game doesn't spit on your face and kill your characters, forcing you to start over if you went the classic route (in which characters do not revive)

However, this game suffers from the same problems as Fire Emblem Awakening and more. It has become more casualized: even classic mode doesn't provide a divide between the games of old and the new games. Weapons, with the exception of staves, no longer break.
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