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Fire Emblem Fates Conquest

 

 

SCORE: 52

 

Fire Emblem Fates Conquest 

 

Fire Emblem Fates has become controversial for multiple reasons. Nintendo is in all kinds of hot water for attacking Biblical marriage in Fire Emblem Fates Conquest. Splitting one game into three games to make even more money has caused a stir. Fire Emblem Fates Conquest contains blood, violence, magic, enticement to lust, false gods, false goddesses, gambling, evolution, suicide, murder, profanity, incest, and more.

The music in Fire Emblem Fates Conquest is nice. I enjoyed the cut scenes. The graphics in Fire Emblem Fates Conquest range drastically. The strategy screen has small graphics. The battle screens have a fast forward button which is handy since it gets boring watching these characters attack one another so many times.

Fire Emblem Fates Conquest is pretty dark in certain areas. Like where demons and murder are celebrated. There are three difficulty settings. Phoenix mode is perfect for casual gamers. Why? Any team member on the player’s side that dies returns to life at the start of the next turn. There are enough classes and characters to keep most gamers happy.

There are thirty missions in Fire Emblem Fates Conquest. There are also character missions, and amiibo support that will add Hero missions. Once your character marries, there will be Paralogue missions once children are born. It takes some time to do so.

The town screen is interesting. We can add new buildings, talk to fellow characters, and feed the dragon. The main character in Fire Emblem Fates Conquest can turn into a dragon in Fire Emblem Fates Conquest. He becomes very powerful when that happens. Weapons in Fire Emblem Fates Conquest have a rock paper and scissors kind of deal going on. I spent most of my time having to protect certain characters since they would instantly be killed by certain enemy characters.

I spent around thirty hours in Fire Emblem Fates Conquest. That was how long it took me to beat it.
- Teen Gamer

 

Graphics: 50%
Sounds: 60%
Replay/Extras: 60%
Gameplay: 60%
Family Friendly Factor: 30%

System: Nintendo 3DS
Publisher: Nintendo
Developer: Intelligent Systems

Rating: ‘T’ - THIRTEEN and OLDER ONLY {Animated Blood, Fantasy Violence, Suggestive Themes}


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