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Game Boy Advance
Nintendo of Europe
Intelligent Systems Co.
UPC: 45496733421

Released: 10-31-03
Players: 1-4
Country Origin: Europe
Exclusive: Yes

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Tactical RPG
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Fantasy, Turn-based

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Build your army, plan your strategy and command the field of war!

Lyn, Elwood and Hector must amass and army strong enough to fight back the shadowy figure that threatens their homelands. Train your soldiers to master a wide array of weapons from swords, bows and lances to the powerful legendary items. Know your units' strengths and guide them the fray, but guard them carefully - if they fail, they're lost forever. Even expert tacticians will find a world of challenge awaiting them.

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Fire Emblem Review by: FlowerPrincess - 8.5/10

Fire Emblem - Review
In the distant past, the land of Elibe was ravaged by a devastating war known as The Scouring: Men and Dragons fought hard against each other, and the war was finally over after the latter were defeated and then never heard of again... Flash forward over a thousand years after the war, and the player, a newbie tactician, stumbles upon a lovely girl named Lyndis, who lives on her own at the planes of Sacae. The arrival of two knights from the kingdom of Caelin who inform Lyn of her royal ancestry, prompt her to seek her rightful place as ruler of the kingdom and ask her to prevent her evil uncle's rise to power are but the first in a series of events that shall bring great change in the land, for better or for worse...

Released in the US at the winter of 2003, Fire Emblem is the seventh installment in the Fire Emblem franchise, a popular  turn-based tactical RPG series in Japan (where it was released with the subtitle Rekka no Ken, which translates to Blazing Sword), and the first to be exported to the English-speaking world. And it shows: you can tell there's an expansive world as you play, but thankfully that really isn't much of a hindrance. Quite the contrary, actually: you will either spend quite a few time in the special Fire Emblem Wikis to find more about the history of the nations, or seek out the previous games. It may take some time to learn which faction is allied to whom and why, and which lord governs which castle, but after a while the player gets drawn into the world and learns to recognise the names. The story focuses on a few selected young nobles and their quests for peace, family, identity and the occasional good brawl, and is dependant on typical fantasy tropes: lost kingdoms, end-of-the-world scenarios, evildoers seeking power, a bunch of lords and misfits gathering together to restore the balance as a ragtag group, clashing philosophies between different cultures and peoples... Add a sprinkle of romance to the mix and you have a story that's more than serviceable, even if you can see where it's headed towards. Not that one won't enjoy it: there's something to be said for a story that plays all the tropes straight and still manages to make you care.

And even if they don't, there's always the characters to keep the player interested. While not exactly having the deepest of personalities, the people that gather around the tactician are all interesting and lovable. They all have a clearly defined goal, a few quirks to tell them apart, and have great chemistry with each other. From the calm and collected monk Lucian to hilarious and honey-tongued (not always successful, but he tries so damn hard!) womanizer Sain to dedicated and strong Lyndis, troubled troubadour Priscilla, mysterious and stoic horse rider Rath, innocent but just young lord Eliwood, big brother figure knight Oswin, brash and impulsive but ultimately good-natured Hector, bright archer Rebecca,  and even "For goodness sake, what have I even gotten myself into?" Erk or Sera, a healer with alarmingly tsundere-ish sensibilities, almost all of the characters are memorable and a lot of fun. You might be tempted more than once to keep a unit in your team just because you have grown to love them a lot and can't force yourself to leave them behind. The brand-new (for the franchise) Support System even encourages the player to keep certain characters who happen to like each other together for a long time, both as a way to increase their stats and also progress each character's individual storyline. It's this adorable way that the characters bounce off of each other that can force one to play the game quite a few times, just to see all the different interactions and the resolutions to the different story lines that greatly enhance the gaming experience.

But Fire Emblem is not a visual novel, it's a strategy RPG first and foremost, and its real potential as a great game is revealed at the battling grounds. As the heroes make their way through diverse terrains (planes, mountains, hilltops, beaches, thick forests, deserts) and varying weather conditions (sunshine, rain, fog, snow), they will have to battle foes of increasing difficulty. This is where the game asks of the player to be at their most active, arranging the positions of the allies you have gathered in your journey in a chessboard-like arena to face your opponents and win under certain, specified conditions. You will have to carefully use every unit, item and terrain at your disposal (or as many as the game limits you to, since there are number restrictions) and be victorious, while also having as few casualties as possible and managing your budget well. After a while, you will even be rated based on five criteria with stars (from one to five): Tactics (how many turns you have taken to finish the game so far), Survival (the fewer allies have died, the higher the rating), Funds (how much money you have, both in cash form and as the total price of items at your collective inventory), Experience (how much experience your characters have gathered from their battles), and Combat (how good you are in single combat with the enemy). The first section of the game is largely a tutorial: the enemies never quite flood the team, allies are added to the group generously, items and money are bountiful. It is in the second section of the game where the game show its true complexity, and things get rather difficult.

Organizing your team is one of the most important things to consider before entering the field of battle. The various characters are divided into Classes, groups of characters who share roughly the same attributes. Each has special advantages and disadvantages over other opponents and team mates. For example, Pegasi Knights ride on flying horses, therefore they can traverse very long distances in comparison to most units and come to their friends' aid, but they are rather frail warriors and very susceptible to the Archer's arrows. Here's another example: magic users can use magic to attack from a distance and defeat an opponent while he hasn't yet reached them, but they are weak against direct physical hits. One can organise their team in any way they so desire before any battle in a special screen, and there is no set strategy to beat the game, so one is free to experiment. Take your time to use every new recruit you become allies with and familiarize yourself with as many different and diverse battle styles you can.

Of special mention is the Weapon system. Not all Classes can use all equipment, and they also can use them to better effect than others. The same applies to magic. Furthermore, both Weapons and Magic have strengths and weaknesses. For example, Swords are stronger against Axes, while Axes are stronger against Lances, and Lances are stronger against Swords, a la rock-paper-scissors. This is called the Weapons Triangle. It is best to either make notes of these pieces of information whenever they appear on screen or memorize them for future reference, as they can prove invaluable to get a player out of a pinch. Moreover, one always need to keep an eye out for the amount of times a character can use an item. Unfortunately, weapons can break if one uses them for too long, and the same rule applies to magic books used for spell casting. Thankfully, one can turn to nearby villagers who can donate useful weapons and items if you visit their homes and talk to them, or buy anything they need from shops scattered all over the maps. One can inspect the area before a battle and find out where the shops are and how to get there, and even move items between the units, so that they all have what they can actually use.

As if the game wasn't challenging enough, there's also the feature of permanent death. If a character dies during a battle, they cannot be brought back to life, you lose all of the items they were carrying, and you cannot progress their individual story line. This is a rather divisive addition to the game play: some players adore it, as it makes every turn count and every decision more important, while others loathe it, because it punishes even the smallest mistake and forces them to replay entire campaigns if something goes wrong. This is the reason why the game focuses on a few selected protagonists: if you lose them, you have to replay a match, but keeping track of more than thirty characters would be next to impossible. Either way, expect to play a few levels more than once, just to make sure you don't lose any precious team mates.

Thankfully, one can also strengthen their team during the course of the game, as the great number of opponents can be reduced with clever tactics and a few good knocks to the head. Whenever a character enters single combat (an event that is triggered when two units are adjacent to each other, or within a specified range that varies with the character's Class), they get awarded experience points, which lead to leveling up and stats boosts. As units grow, they can even receive special items that allow them to change into more powerful Classes and get even stronger. This is an RPG, after all, so make sure you grind every once in a while. Also make sure to unlock hidden levels by performing exceptionally in specific maps. These extra missions have significantly harder opponents for you to face, but also feature big rewards, both in the form of items and training experience, and are worth the risk.

As one can see, Fire Emblem has quite a deep and complicated game play, and while it might strike a few gamers as too familiar with that of Advance Wars (the previous hit by developers Intelligence Systems), it manages to feel fresh and different thanks partly to its presentation. In contrast to the more cartoony and round art style found in Advance Wars, Fire Emblem adapts an art style reminiscent of anime artwork for the dialogue scenes and the cut scenes, and short sprites for the battle maps, with small changes for the single combats. They all look exceptional. The visual novel-like dialogue scenes feature handsome character designs, with big expressive eyes and many details indicating a character's social status. Even the villains and the side characters get their share of memorable portraits. The bright and pleasing colours are also a big plus. The sprites are distinguished by Class and while they lack the details found on the artwork before, they still have a lot of charm. "Charming" would be a fitting word to describe the art of the game in general, actually. The single combat scenes feature wonderful animation for the attacks (which can be turned off if one is bored), and you sometimes wish to enter battle only to see these delicate sprites vanquish entire armies with their awesome swordplay or magic moves. Also of note are the lovingly drawn static shots of certain important events in the story: while having a different colour pallet than the portraits (they give off the feel of old, saturated photographs, or half-remembered memories), they look very good and immediately catch the eye, as they emphasize the importance of certain events in the story. As for the music, the tunes used are catchy and upbeat, though some battle themes may get tiring the millionth time one gets to hear them. Still, there are some pretty nice and delicate tunes to be found here, like Ninian's theme.

I think it's time for a personal confession: I thought I'd be bored out of my skull before I played Fire Emblem. I never was one to play strategy games, and the thought of losing a character I had grown to love for ever was pretty daunting. Still, I don't think there's a bigger recommendation to be made than by someone who changed their mind after trying. Fire Emblem is an addictive, exciting game, a journey with some lovable characters, and a window to an entire new plane in gaming more people should venture to.
  Graphics 8   Sound 7   Addictive 10   Depth 10   Story 8   Difficulty 8

Fire Emblem Game Description

The rightful heir to the throne of Rikea is finally returning home after many years lost to her people. But before the celebrations can begin, you must first guard her through the evil lands that await before you, by taking charge of an elite group of soldiers possessing skills unlike any other.The first Fire Emblem title to be released outside of Japan includes an all new quest featuring a selection of warriors, wizards and dragons (both good and bad). Battle through turn-based environments and choose your moves wisely, as those you lose during a fight will be lost for good.

Fire Emblem Reviews

Overall 9.5    Graphics 8.6    Sound 8.6    Addictive 9.4    Story 9    Depth 8.8    Difficulty 7.8

Fire Emblem - Strategic Combat   Mynamescox44
Fire Emblem is a turn based strategy game where you are the tactician commanding various armies in y...
  Graphics 9   Sound 8   Addictive 10   Story 8   Depth 8   Difficulty 9

      Review Rating: 5/5     Submitted: 04-30-16     Updated: 05-01-16     Review Replies: 2

Fire Emblem - Review   FlowerPrincess
In the distant past, the land of Elibe was ravaged by a devastating war known as The Scouring: Men a...
  Graphics 8   Sound 7   Addictive 10   Story 8   Depth 10   Difficulty 8

      Review Rating: 4.8/5     Submitted: 12-02-13     Review Replies: 2

Fire Emblem: A tragically underrated series   Uzar
Fire Emblem for the Gameboy Advanced. Just Fire Emblem. But actually it's Fire Emblem 7 in Japan. Bu...
  Graphics 8   Sound 7   Addictive 10   Story 8   Depth 7   Difficulty 8

      Review Rating: 4.7/5     Submitted: 09-15-15     Review Replies: 7

Fire Emblem   Totts
With "fire emblem" system and the world famous Publisher the game giant Nintendo did the develo...
  Graphics 8   Sound 7   Addictive 10   Story 9   Depth 9   Difficulty 10

      Review Rating: 4.6/5     Submitted: 08-05-11     Updated: 08-05-11     Review Replies: 1

Here is the best RPG on the Game Boy Advance   Anti_W
Fire Emblem came out in 2003 for the Gameboy Advance and it has been hailed as one of the best ...
  Graphics 8   Sound 9   Addictive 9   Story 10   Depth 9   Difficulty 9

      Review Rating: 4.6/5     Submitted: 03-23-13     Review Replies: 4

An Unforgettable Game   Maguc
This is my first review ever, so feel free to add some criticism, as long as it is nice. also please...
  Graphics 9   Sound 9   Addictive 10   Story 10   Depth 9   Difficulty 9

      Review Rating: 4.4/5     Submitted: 06-27-13     Review Replies: 1

Fire Emblem - Not the same game as I remember it   pray75
Hello once again, readers (Tobuscus reference!). I'm back with another review of a game I beat not ...
  Graphics 9   Sound 6   Addictive 7   Story 6   Depth 8   Difficulty 6

      Review Rating: 4.2/5     Submitted: 04-16-13     Updated: 04-16-13     Review Replies: 4

Fire Emblem: Blazing Sword review   merf
Fire Emblem: Rekka no ken/Blazing Sword Today I will review Fire Emblem...
      Review Rating: 4.1/5     Submitted: 12-26-12     Updated: 02-15-13     Review Replies: 0

Fire Emblem Review   InsaneGamer
I love Fire Emblem even though it does not have a ten I still love the game. This Fire emblem is gre...
  Graphics 8   Sound 9   Addictive 9   Story 9   Depth 9   Difficulty 9

      Review Rating: 4/5     Submitted: 10-16-12     Updated: 10-22-12     Review Replies: 9

Fire Emblem 7 Review   gamer29475
Introduction:Hello! It's gamer29475, back from the dead. I haven't been on here for a while, but I'm...
  Graphics 10   Sound 10   Addictive 9   Story 8   Depth 10   Difficulty 7

      Review Rating: 4/5     Submitted: 06-22-16     Review Replies: 0

Chess: The Game   ForceSky
Let's start at the very beginning. As the title suggests, this is basically a video game version of ...
  Graphics 9   Sound 8   Addictive 10   Story 9   Depth 10   Difficulty 5

      Review Rating: 4/5     Submitted: 05-08-15     Review Replies: 0

Review: Fire Emblem (GBA)   MisakiMei
Another review for another game made by the infamous publisher Nintendo, which is probably one of th...
  Graphics 10   Sound 10   Addictive 10   Story 10   Depth 10   Difficulty 8

      Review Rating: 4/5     Submitted: 02-21-15     Review Replies: 0

Fire Emblem   gfnAjax
   Fire Emblem for the GBA is actually the seventh installment in the Fire Emblem series a...
  Graphics 7   Sound 8   Addictive 9   Story 10   Depth 9   Difficulty 7

      Review Rating: 3.9/5     Submitted: 06-23-12     Review Replies: 7

Fire Emblem   jts0424
Fire Emblem is a very awesome game and theirs so much to go over about it, Lets start with the graph...
  Graphics 10   Sound 9   Addictive 10   Story 10   Depth 10   Difficulty 8

      Review Rating: 3.8/5     Submitted: 06-02-13     Review Replies: 2

Best RPG Game   kenbeyblade
Overall = 9.9 Awesome             Graphics = 8   The Graphics are...
  Graphics 8   Sound 8   Addictive 10   Story 9   Depth 9   Difficulty 8

      Review Rating: 3.3/5     Submitted: 12-21-12     Review Replies: 8

Unbiased Review   LazerTurnip
The Fire Emblem series is one that I've always heard of but never actually played. Since I am a fan ...
  Graphics 8   Sound 7   Addictive 10   Story 10   Depth 9   Difficulty 8

      Review Rating: 3/5     Submitted: 04-11-13     Review Replies: 2

Fire Emblem Review   Marcmoney
Overall - 9.5 This Fire Emblem game is I think the first American Fire Emblem game released. &nbs...
  Graphics 10   Sound 10   Addictive 5   Story 8   Depth 7   Difficulty 6

      Review Rating: 3/5     Submitted: 09-18-11     Review Replies: 1

Fire emblem smash   evilcon09
Hello everyone and welcome to the review of Fire Emblem.this is the 1st game in the series that was ...
  Graphics 10   Sound 10   Addictive 10   Story 5   Depth 5   Difficulty 10

      Review Rating: 3/5     Submitted: 09-17-14     Review Replies: 6

fire emblem   epicpokenerd!
This game has a ton to offer. You can play through it the first time as Lyn, and when you beat her s...
  Graphics 9   Sound 9   Addictive 10   Story 10   Depth 10   Difficulty 8

      Review Rating: 2.3/5     Submitted: 07-26-11     Review Replies: 0

Fire emblem review   austipokedude
Perhaps one of the best RPGs is here in the retro game room so lets get started Graphics:they look p...
  Graphics 6   Sound 9   Addictive 10   Story 10   Depth 9   Difficulty 7

      Review Rating: 2.2/5     Submitted: 01-03-13     Review Replies: 1

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Go to the sound test once you have unlocked it, then press R. The screen for selecting songs will disappear. Every time you press A, the picture will change-It should have all of the the still pictures of events that you have gotten, with several more in addition. Press B or Start to exit.
Control Enemy Units
Place a Mine anywhere on the field. When an enemy unit walks onto it, while they are taking damage, reset your game. When you continue your game, it shows the enemy being damaged again, and then you can control your enemy units. Use this to make them discard all of their items, retreat, or attack units that you want to level up. Note* Enemy units can only be controlled for one turn.
Keeping ring effects for more than 1 turn
If you wish to keep the effects of Nil\\\'s/Ninian\\\'s rings for more than one turn, have the affected character be rescued. This will allow you to keep the effect for another turn.
Repair Items to Full Usage
To do this little nifty trick, first you must have an item such as a lockpick, or a healing item (Vulnerary or Elixer.) Okay, now the only thing you have to do is let an enemy thief steal your item, then just steal it back from him, and it will be completely usable at full.
Example: Lockpick 9/15 Usage, Enemy theif steals it, Your theif steals it back, it is now at full potential once again, and voila
Battle History (view ratings for complete games) Beat Eliwood\\\'s Tale once.
Eliwood\\\'s Tale, Hard Mode Beat Eliwood\\\'s Tale once.
Hector\\\'s Tale (more chapters/enemies) Beat Eliwood\\\'s Tale once.
Hector\\\'s Tale, Hard Mode Beat Hector\\\'s Tale once.
Lyn\\\'s Tale, Hard Mode (no tutorial) Beat Eliwood\\\'s Tale once.
Support Conversation (read unlocked supports) Beat Eliwood\\\'s Tale once.
Fell Contract Defeat Sonja or steal from Sonja in Chapter 26x
Guiding Ring In Ch.22(23), have a Thief STEAL it from Jasmine.
Guiding Ring In Ch.27(29), have a Thief STEAL it from one of the Snipers on the wetern side of the temple.
Hero Crest In Ch.20(21) have a Theif STEAL it from Oleg.
Hero Crest In Ch.22(23), send a unit w/high luck to the area left of the top-left most skeleton.
Knight Crest In Ch.24(26), have a Thief STEAL it from the southern-most Cavalier.
Ocean Seal Found in Chapter 22 by moving a thief onto the bottom right corner of the map.
Sound Test, Movie Gallery, and Tactician Rating
Beat the game once and in the Extra section,you will find Sound Test, Movie Gallery, and Tactician Rating.

You wont get all of the songs if you dont get 100% and play every side quest.

Same thing for Movie Gallery, you must beat the all of the game once to see all the cutscenes.

Tactician Rating rates you in four catergories on how well you did on the whole game.
Sound Test Beat the tutorial
Tactician Rating Beat the game once.
Special Scenes w/ Hector or Eliwood
Hector:Get an A support w/ either Florina, Farina, or Lyn before beating the game.
Eliwood:Get an A support with either Ninian, Fiora, or Lyn before beating the game.
Eliwood Chapter 13x Visit the village in the top left-hand side of the map.
Eliwood Chapter 16x Keep at least one of the NPC soldiers alive.
Eliwood Chapter 18x Finish chapter 18 in 15 turns or less.
Eliwood Chapter 22x Recruit Hawkeyes and gain 700XP or more with your entire party. Each member\\\'s XP gain contributes to this total.
Eliwood Chapter 26x Recruit Nino and have her Talk with Jaffar.
Eliwood Chapter 29x No special requirements.
Hector Chapter 13x Visit the village in the top left-hand side of the map.
Hector Chapter 17x Keep at least one of the NPC soldiers alive.
Hector Chapter 19x Finish chapter 19 in 15 turns or less.
Hector Chapter 19xx Before chapter 11, train Nils to at least level 7 and kill the magic barrier in chapter 19x.
Hector Chapter 23x Recruit Hawkeyes and gain 700XP or more with your entire party. Each member\\\'s XP gain contributes to this total.
Hector Chapter 28x Recruit Nino and have her Talk with Jaffar.
Hector Chapter 31x No special requirements.
Hector Chapter 32x Finish chapter 32 in 20 turns or less.
Lyn Chapter 7x Finish chapter 7 in 15 turns or less.
Sound Test: Random Mode
In the Sound Test, simply press select and you will go into Random Mode. By pressing left or right on the control-pad you can switch to a different song. Press either B or Select to return to the regular setting.
Different Game Endings
Fire Emblem 7 actually has three different endings with changes in each. Here is how you obtain them:
Ending 1: The \\\"default\\\" ending. Complete one or fewer Kishuna chapters to obtain it.
Ending 2: A hidden ending with minor changes to the final boss fight, such as a different death quote. Complete two Kishuna stages to obtain it.
Ending 3: The hardest ending to recieve. It has major changes, including a different death quote from Nergal, new dialogue, and a new \\\"Fin\\\" picture at the end of the game with Nergal and his wife. Complete all three Kishuna chapters to obtain it.
*Note: The \\\"Kishuna\\\" chapters are 19xx, 22x, and 32x.
Secret Shops
Secret Shops are hidden on the maps and can only be found by a character with a Member\\\'s Card special item, which can be stolen from an enemy in chapter 19. These Secret Shops sell high-level weapons and even items to promote your characters.

Chapter 19 - One is in the clearing between the two broken walls above the room with the two treasure chests in the upper left corner of the map, and the other is behind a wall in the lower-right corner.

Chapter 21 - The empty room in the upper-left corner of the map.

Chapter 23 - There are two versions of this map. If the boss is Linus, the shop will be on the right side of the map, on the island. Otherwise, it will be in the trees above the lone house slightly left of center.

Chapter 29 - In the two-by-two square area left of the lone treasure chest at the bottom-left. You must use a warp staff to get there.

Chapter 30 - In the very upper-right corner of the map, among the trees.
Silver Card
In chapter 18x were there is a magic seal, have a thief steal it from the boss. The silver card will make the prices of items from shops cut in halve. NOTE: Make sure to steal the silver card before you break the magic barrier. You must be playing on Hard difficulty as well.
Triangle attack (Automatic critical)
In Hector\\\'s story, obtain Farina, Florina, and Fiora. Then, use all of them on the field of battle. Have two of them WAIT right next to an enemy (on your turn). Use the third (most powerful out of those three is highly recommended) to attack that enemy. In the battle sequence, you will see a really cool battle scene and you will do an automatic critical attack. NOTE: This will only work with these characters!

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Lord Freeze 02-24-19 - 07:13 PM
 How are people still playing this game?
Mynamescox44 04-22-16 - 06:35 PM
 This is an amazing title. Anyone who enjoys strategy games will enjoy playing this one. The day Fire Emblem was finally brought to the West :)
Blazer 31 03-17-16 - 06:24 PM
 Thanks yoshirulez ol buddy, I saw it and now I think this is going to affect vizzed for the worse I fear.
yoshirulez! 03-17-16 - 05:15 PM
 David is going to make an announcement about that.
Blazer 31 03-17-16 - 05:14 PM
 What the fish? the game link, it was removed by Nintendo of America! NOOOOOOOO!
jackzwirk 02-19-16 - 08:25 PM
 Never had a death, beat that =3
Blazer 31 01-24-16 - 11:25 AM
 A bit challenging in many ways but good nothing-less.
SkywardLord 01-08-16 - 04:00 PM
zokuza 11-26-15 - 04:48 AM
 just got to ch24 this game rocks and Rebeca is the best sniper around will cant hold a candle to her
scraft_games 06-06-15 - 07:12 PM
 yhis game needs a new comment. Priscilla, Nino, Jaffar, Lyn, Wil, Raven, Hector, / Rath are the best. i remember first getting this game back in Christmas of 2003 or 2004
Lexatom 01-11-15 - 10:19 AM
 I can't believe I haven't played this before! It's so good!
Snodeca 08-12-14 - 04:40 AM
FangKidd 07-21-14 - 02:23 AM
 @Mecha Leo I did too idk what happend
merf 07-11-14 - 07:36 PM
 You're probably just using the wrong emulator
Nincompoco 03-26-14 - 12:54 PM
 did anyone else lose their save file!?!?
vidim557 03-07-14 - 06:44 PM
 why wont the controls work for me?
merf 02-06-14 - 02:44 AM
 hmm, that could be awesome. I could just raise the stats of the bosses though. Wouldn't that accomplish the same thing?
yoshirulez! 01-28-14 - 03:38 PM
 or something
yoshirulez! 01-21-14 - 04:39 AM
 Oooh I know! Minimal needed stat ranges to defeat certain enemies and bosses! Hows that sound Murph?
merf 01-17-14 - 11:55 PM
 Working on a very in-depth walkthrough, anything specifically you guys want me to cover?
merf 01-15-14 - 11:56 PM
 Hey all! If you have questions regarding Fire Emblem, just PM me here:
Prince_Haou 09-07-13 - 12:34 PM
 it's not working...says the plugin is loaded, but the screen is just white!!!!!
supergamer3679 05-04-13 - 08:26 PM
logemaster7 05-01-13 - 10:15 AM
 how do you soft reset???
manutdboy5 04-18-13 - 06:28 PM
 how do i select english so i can play the game

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