Well, today guys I am presenting you Fire Emblem Heroes published by the legends Nintendo. As you know there are publishers in this world for which is very hard to create bad games. And Nintendo is one of those companies. Let`s go through this game and see if they did it again. The core of Heroes, as with every other Fire Emblem game, is its turn-based battles. You take turns moving units with your opponent on a 2D board, sort of like in chess; the goal is to wipe out the other side before they do the same to you. There are multiple types of soldiers to utilize — ax-wielding knights, ranged archers, mages with healing spells — and different maps that require distinct strategies. The biggest difference between combat in Heroes and other Fire Emblem games is the sense of scale. Skirmishes are much smaller here with each map is designed to fit entirely on your phone’s screen. Your team of soldiers is limited to four, comparatively small to the dozen-strong armies of its predecessors.
Fire Emblem Heroes Gameplay and Review
Now the moment for the gameplay review has come and let`s not delay it. The game includes a variety of modes. Heroes feature a standard single-player campaign — with a disappointingly thin narrative — as well as limited-time special maps and asynchronous battles where you can put your team up against another player’s. You can also play through each story mission in multiple different difficulty levels, which can get especially tricky the further you progress. One of my favorite modes is the training ground, where you can level up new characters and vet the strength of new teams. Building out a variety of teams with different tactical specialties is satisfying, and while there are moments where it feels too easy, later chapters provide a welcome incline in difficulty. There were plenty of tense moments where I managed to scrape through a fight with one badly beaten soldier.
Great RPG style game
Simple mechanics and gameplay
So many heroes to choose from
If you want to win you really need to develop your strategic thinking.
I wish the graphics were better, but hey this is Nintendo and they know what are they doing.