Fire Emblem: Awakening

Fire_Emblem_Awakening_box_artIn lieu of a regular post today, I’ve added a page detailing my adventures in Fire Emblem: Awakening so far. I’ve only just scratched the surface of the game, but it’s so much fun that I’d like to keep a log of my journey and decisions — something I typically do (a little more privately) by taking screenshots.

This is a way for me to chronicle my mistakes, remember some of the best parts of the game, and remind myself of what I’ve learned as I progress in the story. It’s for my own enjoyment, but as always, I’d love to hear what other players think about the game!

You can find it under the “Game Log” drop-down in the main menu above (or here). Expect tons of detail and spoilers as I update it in the future.

— Ashley

5 thoughts on “Fire Emblem: Awakening”

  1. The amount of people who keep talking about this game, be it Twitter or blog, I’m this close to caving and just buying the thing already. But then I’m scared I’ll be addicted to this game like crack. XD

    1. Yes! I bet you’d love it, if you’re into the turn-based tactical gameplay too. I don’t know what it is, but every once in a while I come across a game that’s unusually hard to put down… and this is one of them. It has that addicting quality, so if you do get it, I recommend buying it when you have lots of free time. =)

  2. Fire Emblem is one of those series that I’ve heard is awesome, but I know next to nothing about outside of two of its characters being in the Super Smash Bros series. If, in your upcoming posts about this particular game, you explained a bit of the backstory behind the Fire Emblem series in general, I would be totally curious to read about it! I’m sure your fine writing, if nothing else, would definitely get me interested in the series! :)

    1. Thanks! I plan to write a Fire Emblem review in the next couple weeks and talk about the backstory. The world is really rich. Also, I read your XCOM review (and many others over the past few weeks/months), and I have to say this game has similarly awesome turn-based tactics and the terrifying permadeath… but with a lot more character development, which is great for us RPG fans! =)

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