Fire Emblem Warriors (Nintendo)
If you are looking for a Nintendo Switch exclusive that’s really worth your time, then we suggest you try Fire Emblem Warrior. This ambitious crossover between Fire Emblem and the Warrior series will put you on the edge of your seats as you use your blades to fight through hordes of opponents.
Whoever played Dynasty Warrior games knows that these games have a fighting style unique to them and this game is no exception. Follow the legendary Fire Emblem heroes Marth, Xander, Ryoma, Chrom, and others in an epic face-off with the Chaos Dragon.
An amazing blend of new and old – This game is filled with characters that have a long history behind them but also with new favorites to keep things fresh and interesting. Battle them all across a brand new kingdom and prove your worth.
Create amazing combos – It’s always about the combo and Fire Emblem Warriors allows you to pair up different heroes to overcome unique battles throughout the game. You can even switch between heroes mid-combo.
Find your own fighting style – With an amazing roster of heroes you’ll be hunting for those that have the right moves, weapons, and special abilities that suit your particular approach to the game. Use these skills and equipment to win duels as you explore the unique world of Fire Emblem Warriors. Watch out though, the enemies have their own tricks as well.
The Kingdom of Aytolis is in your hands so gather your heroes, develop a strategy, and defeat the Chaos Dragon.
Nintendo recap — Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes demo now out
Plus, Mario Strikers: Battle League launched with mostly positive reviews. Hello everyone and welcome to this week's Nintendo recap. It's that exciting time of year when dozens of video game companies hold livestreams and showcases for their upcoming games and accessories. Nintendo has been decidedly quiet so far this month, but it's very likely we'll hear news soon for the usual summer Direct. This week was rather busy as Mario's latest sports game released on Switch, we got a demo for Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes, Sonic had his own livestream, and some new Nintendo copyrights were discovered. There's a lot more to go over so let's a-go! Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes demo dropped, transfers progress to full game On Wednesday, a brand new trailer for Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes dropped alongside an annoucement from Nintendo of America on Twitter that a demo had became available on the Switch eShop. The trailer showed off more of the game, including additional c...
Nintendo Download: Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes
Also, Sonic Origins Huge news everyone, huuuuuuuge news! It's a big week for the Nintendo eShop, as a first party release heralds in some other fairly big retro re-releases. In case you couldn't tell, Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes (out on June 24) is the golden goose this week, but Sonic Origins and Capcom Fighting Collection are bringing some classic games back on Switch. Then there's AI The Somnium Files, ElecHead, and Pocky & Rocky Reshrine is coming on June 24. It's a packed week! There's new stuff and plenty of old stuff too. And in the case of ElecHead, a new thing that looks old. Nintendo Download: Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes Edition
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Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes runs better than Age of Calamity did on Nintendo Switch - but problems remain
Omega Force is certainly in a unique position - as stewards of the long-running Warriors series, it has had the opportunity to work on a wide range of intellectual properties from Zelda to Gundam. Today though, we're taking a look at Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes, which shares the world and stylings of the incredibly popular Fire Emblem: Three Houses. I was curious to learn how the change in setting has affected the gameplay this time around and whether this Switch game performs better than the pretty but famously low-frame-rate Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity.Before we get into the performance, let's talk about what the game is actually like. Three Hopes is a Warriors game through and through - complete with massive stages to explore, enemies to decimate and special moves to unleash - but it also expands upon the formula by being the most narrative-driven Warriors game I've played. The story follows a mercenary named Shez that joins one of the titular three houses, with the choice effectively changing the trajectory of the story which is told with character conversations after each scenario and in camp sequences where you can run around and interact with your team. In battle, there are also changes - you now have access to a map which allows you to send key units to attack enemies and accomplish objectives. Overall, it's a more nuanced and complex take on the Warriors series that feels surprisingly satisfying. Read more