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Review - Fire Emblem Warriors

Alex FullerAlex Fuller Managing EditorRPGamer Staff
Koei Tecmo's Musou machine is still chugging along at a decent pace. Fire Emblem's crossover allows the series to add in a few interesting tactical options.

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  • OtterFaceOtterFace Loserface Loserface Loserface sockpuppet theatreFull Members
    Fair review. Don't know if I'll buy the New 3DS version or wait until I eventually get a Switch to get that version.
  • Phillip WillisPhillip Willis Certified Polygameist RPGamer Staff
    ArtyParty wrote: »
    Fair review. Don't know if I'll buy the New 3DS version or wait until I eventually get a Switch to get that version.

    Unless you decide never to get a switch, I would recommend waiting. I loved Hyrule Warriors so much I played it on both Wii U and 3DS. And, while I adore my 3DS and many of the games on it, the compromise needed in Musou games to keep them running at a solid framerate is quite harsh in the graphics category. If I had a friend who never intended to get a Wii U (or a Switch now), I would still recommend the 3DS version of either of these games to him. But, given a choice, the higher graphics wins easily. The character models in particular looks SOOOO much better!
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