But you know what you can’t call it?”
VERY interesting. Thank you. I learned something today! Drawback is, now i forgot math.
That’s actually on purpose, and I’m impressed that Riley followed that rule.
I’ve noticed that the younger generation is a lot more inclusive of disabilities than my own generation. It’s just great to see stories like this and see people do everything they can to include everyone.
Thank you and to everyone else. I'm a bit more excited and less anxious now.
Honestly, I think thats how many people play FE games (at least how it was before casual mode). The main challenge is figuring out how to beat a level without losing ANYONE, which makes it a bit different than playing on casual.
A lot of the difficulty of Fire Emblem games comes from not letting anyone die while looting all of the goodies on the map. You don’t actually have to do these things to clear most scenarios.
Even us hardcores are trying to figure out all the new systems you’ll be fine i’m sure of it
This sounds like a much better way to do the branching story/teams than Fates did with its weird family dynamics.
Me, a Fire Emblem lecturer: So for analyzing visual texts, remember CRAP: Contrast, Repetition, Alignment, and Proximity. Regarding Contrast, examine the first handout ...
I was wondering the same thing. How deeply is the plot impacted by the house choice and the students you recruit?
So the question I have is, obviously Fates ended up telling 3 (mostly) different stories depending in choices made.. Sooo do I need to play as all three houses in this Fire Emblem because their stories will play out differently?
Oh my GOD the Star Control continuation that I have been dreaming of for DECADES is finally going to happen!
I had absolutely no hope from something like this, but I still have a bad taste in my mouth from Stardock’s Gamer’s bill of rights Fiasco... Glad to see it sorted :)
Its so utterly bizarre. These things never happen. I mean...reading through it, everyone got what they were looking for, AND on top of that they’re going to be helping each other out on making each others games better?
I would think this isn’t a stretch for most of today’s parents who grew up with video games. Heck, I was born in the early 80's and grew up playing games with my dad. My dad is still a gamer today, he even plays Fortnite with his grandchildren.
Good shit, man. It's probably nothing, but I'd like to see MS and Nintendo collab more often, since they're both great at things the other is kind of bad at.
Good NEWS! It was Banjo-Kazooie
I was hoping it was Dragon Quest announcement AND IT WAS! Then, other heroes like Loto appeared and I was just...
I’m so happy they’ve got the alternate skins. Having four different Dragon Quest heroes, marking the three most popular games and the latest one, is a GREAT addition. I love it!