Post by nocturnal YL on Jul 17, 2011 15:30:48 GMT -5
I know all those stuff already, but I wasn't interested in the OVA before. Well, now's the chance to see a bit of that. I'm still not too interested due to the fact that it ended abruptly after two episodes though.
I look forward to the later parts covering the non-Kaga games.
Post by nocturnal YL on Aug 29, 2011 11:26:05 GMT -5
It's been a hard day today at my side. Seeing this coming out made it all worth it.
I'd say that both IntSys and NOA don't really care about westernizing the series had more to do with it than mere timing issues. The latter refuse to sell anything they don't think will sell, and the former seem to be content that their games are released in just some regions (see the original Panepon, Fire Emblem 1~5, pre-GBA Famicom Wars, Battle Clash and Metal Combat, Advance Wars: Days of Ruin, Card Hero 1~2 and so on).
I loved the aspect of actually being a character in the story, even as just a tactician. Having the characters occasionally turn and talk directly to me really pulled me into the story and connected me to the characters more. I was really disappointed to learn that none of the other Fire Emblem games did this. I think this sort of "second-person" narrative should be used more in video games.
The second DS game had something like this, but instead of being a tactician you were an Altean knight working for Marth. You could customize your appearance and class while interacting with all the characters.
Post by nocturnal YL on Feb 13, 2012 12:24:06 GMT -5
At this pace, by the time this series is done Fire Emblem 15 will probably be out.
Unexpected ending! Once again, excellent video. I don't know if this series is actually suitable for non-FE players though, since a lot of information understandableonly by players did show up. (And to the existing fans, the "surprising" parts are hardly surprising, and thus I'd say this definitely isn't made solely with existing fans in mind.)
Post by nocturnal YL on Jun 10, 2016 11:24:41 GMT -5
Whoa. I thought the narrator lost interest since the last time. In the meantime, two main series games, a crossover, five waves of trading cards, two concerts and a whole bunch of other merchandise popped out. (Okay, most of those happened in 2015 and 2016, but still.)
"Part of the reasons this game is easy is because you can grind for experience." Huh. I found it easy without grinding — in Normal, anyway. Hard does require some thinking, but it still doesn't need grinding.
In terms of story, the language versions don't differ that much. An instance of alcohol reference removed and changed to something entirely different (Garcia and Dozla), and I think that's it.
I think any feelings Lyon has towards the twins are just his one-sided thoughts. Seems to me that it's an effect of having no other friends.