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Rounding Up: Previews for Fire Emblem Engagement



That’s right, other than that, here’s what some of the other reviewers have said about their experiences with the new Fire Emblem game so far:

polygon call it a “strong departure” from the current Switch release Fire symbol: Three houses – more focus on battles:

“If Fire symbol: Three houses is a zigzag, Fire Emblem joins is the result zag. While the 2019 epic plunges headfirst into the simulation of the relationship between turn-based battles, the sequel To rent almost entirely focused on the military side of things.”

God is a Geek says it’s shaping up to be potentially the best Fire Emblem entry:

“You know, there are very few games that give the tactical feel of playing Chess without actually playing Chess, but Fire Emblem is one such experience and I have no doubt if Fire Emblem Engage can land and continue in this vein game, it will likely be the best that the movie has to offer.”

GameSpot says Engage has looked really promising and is happy to see how the rest of it plays out:

“We played the first eight chapters of Fire Emblem Engage, and found that it made some significant changes to the precedent set by Three Houses, and to the entire series…feeling. the combat is balanced and satisfying. No units can be overpowered and every character serves a specific role. So far, almost every battle except the first few has been very demanding. think ahead and plan carefully.”

Vooks.net said the early hours of the game felt like a warm welcome back:

“Fire Emblem Engage in the early hours feels like a warm welcome back as the story unfolds and your roster fills up with familiar classes and characters you want to know more about. The game looks good, too, visuals. The visuals and character designs aren’t unusual for Fire Emblem. The characters’ Join mode versions are a great mix of more traditional mixed with futuristic.”

Gamer there’s a slight difference – mentioning it’s not very impressive with the characters, but assuming the gameplay is as stable as ever:

“Fire Emblem Engage has some big problems to fill. The series has always had a cult following, but 2019’s Fire Emblem: Three Houses has taken the game into another stratosphere. Engage is well aware. clear about the new place it finds itself, exploiting its own history as a core gameplay mechanic and building on elements of Three House’s life simulation. it’s going forward, there’s also some tactical setbacks.”


Will you check out Fire Emblem Engage when it launches on Switch later this month? Let us know below.

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