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One of the most satisfying things in Fire Emblem games is seeing your character do a crit animation and knowing the enemy is either about to die or get severely weakened. While this app doesn’t have that, there is an element of chance in getting heroes you want. While I generally keep low expectations, I constantly am pleasantly surprised when I see those five stars fall into place across my screen. Regarding the gameplay, I certainly enjoy fire emblem more, but the customizability of the characters’ skills and the ability to make any character a solid threat through enough investment make the game fun. While events and new story are the main fun of the game, I still occasionally enjoy training up my units and seeing them completely destroy the enemy arena/hero battle team, but if IS stopped doing events I’d probably lose interest a lot faster than in the main games. I genuinely think this game is more fun the more Fire Emblem games you play, so if you are reading this and you’ve only played one or two fire emblem games, give this a shot and then try some of the other games if you find characters are too unfamiliar Also, I’ve been playing since launch and have several dozen 5* heroes f2p so, while I hardly spent any money on this game, I recommend reserving spending to a last resort and after a lot of careful consideration...after all, gambling only stops being fun when you lose all your money
So I have played this game when it first came out, and took a break from it for about 6 months. I decided to come back to Feh because I was getting bored with other games. Within a three or four month period I now have 28ish 5 star troops. All for free. This game doesn't have low five star summoning rates, it's all about saving those orbs and using them wisely. They give a ton of orbs to begin with, it's just periodically, like any game would. They even added the free summon when you first summon at a banner. Now, don't get me wrong, sometimes I get a tad annoyed when I get none of the tomes that I want from that summon. But, it gets outweighed by all of the good experiences I had, like getting Love Abounds Hector on my first free summon. Or getting Brave Lyn 1 hour before the banner ended. (ik, i didn't choose her when you can get the free brave hero) So give this game a chance, and if you stick with it, it continues to give events that make the game fun, and plenty of chances to summon heroes that you want. Also, to those who say the hero challenges and such are hard, well I agree. However, if you play your troops right, and have the right combination, soon enough you will get it. The computer is slightly predictable, and if you get that, then the game opens up to you.
I love this game. I haven’t been playing Fire Emblem for long, and I started with Awakening, but even if I’m not fully familiar with all the characters, I have a lot of fun collecting them. :^)) It’s enjoyable when there are events lined up and good rewards to get, but there are break periods sometimes with nothing to do. It’s not completely perfect, as it should be. Sometimes I feel that certain maps are too difficult and are appealing to ‘whales’, the extreme Pay to Play players, and my biggest problem is certain units that are very powerful and almost unable to be killed, like Instant Regnal Astra Ayra, but I don’t encounter them often. But I believe some of the other hate isn’t valid. THIS GAME IS ABOUT CHANCE. If you’re summoning characters, you’re taking a risk. That’s the point, it’s a gatcha, but it’s definitely easier to play as F2P than a true Japanese gatcha game. Just having a 3% starting appearance rate is a blessing, compared to a 1% offered on other games. They do provide many opportunities to get orbs, it’s just the player’s choice to save them or use them. The game is pretty fair, and I think some of the bad reviews are just salty people who didn’t get who they wanted. :^/ I do sometimes pay for orbs, and I’ve had times where I didn’t get the character I wanted, but I still continue to play. It’s fun and worth trying! Don’t be discouraged and stop playing when you don’t get who you want because there are many other opportunities! 💕
I love fire emblem and was thrilled when this app came out. I’ve played this game for years too. All the changes I’ve seen though have either made my day or disappointed me. By now the game has made an absolute meta where if you want to win in arena you have to use beast characters (who are broken) and legendary and mythic heroes who are basically gods or buffed lead characters. My favorite character in fire emblem is Berkut and I’ve had him lead my arena team since he first came to the game. Although an event released a new version of Berkut who is absolutely better than the normal one in every way. I saved up 200 orbs to get him and I didn’t get a single one. After that I spent $10 for more orbs because the game teases you with the characters and still didn’t get him. The next summoning event allowed me a free summon and I got a 5 Star linde. Summoning is pretty much broken as well. Don’t get me wrong the game is very well cared for and the developers are always fixing and adding great ideas into the game, it’s just that the game turned a different direction like getting free 5 stars for starting the game. To me it used to be a 5 star rated game. This isn’t what I remembered and loved about the old FEH. Thank you for reading my thoughts. It’s still got hope.
Not the best, but it’s very good, it’s one of the better AppStore games. They handled events well, you can still get pretty far without paying, albeit a slow ride (but not that slow)and it goes down to the luck of the man when you want to get your waifu. I wish they would finish story mode (it was quite intriguing), it only took me a month to finish. I still like the older games with hit percentages, but it’s nice not to get screwed over by getting 96% hit but you still miss. You don’t need to pay, but it gets faster if you pay a lot, but it’s still up to the luck of the man, you might get another 3 star Pegasus knight and still no “your waifu”. I feel like at one point orbs will be so meager once you get too far, I wish they would add more to getting enough orbs, which they do, but it’s only good for 3 full summons and then it’s out even though it’s still there. Moral of the story, save orbs, make good decisions, grind for a couple of weeks, and you might get your waifu. All I have to say is, very decent game, I would rate it a 5 star, but it’s up to luck to get your waifu or husbando. But it’s still very good, gameplay is decent, story is decent, concept is decent, for being a pay to win esthetic, you don’t have to pay to win. It’s somewhat balanced. I still have personal complaints but they all sound like jokes.
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Fire Emblem Heroes has 88 759 user reviews.
Fire Emblem Heroes has an average rating of 4.8.
The latest version of Fire Emblem Heroes (4.1.1) was released on Jan 15, 2020.
You can download Fire Emblem Heroes here:.
Nintendo's hit strategy-RPG Fire Emblem series, which has been going strong for more than 25 years, continues its journey on smart devices.
Fight battles customized for touch screens and on-the-go play. Summon characters from across the Fire Emblem universe. Develop your Heroes' skills, and take them to new heights. This is your adventure—a Fire Emblem that's like nothing you've seen before!
is free to download and offers some optional in-app purchases.
■ An epic quest
The game features an ongoing, original story where new characters and dozens upon dozens of battle-tested Heroes from across the Fire Emblem universe meet.
There are over 800 story stages available as of July 2019! (This total includes all difficulty modes.) Clear these story stages and you'll earn Orbs, which are used for summoning Heroes.
New story chapters are added frequently, so don't miss out!
■ Intense battles
Take part in strategic turn-based battles streamlined for on-the-go play with maps that fit in the palm of your hand! You'll need to think hard about the advantages and disadvantages of each Hero's weapon...and even evaluate the map itself as you battle. Lead your army with easy touch-and-drag controls, including the ability to attack by simply swiping an ally over an enemy.
New to strategic turn-based battles? Don't worry! Use the Auto-Battle option to have your characters fight on their own.
■ Strengthen your favorite Heroes
There are many ways to strengthen your allies: leveling, skills, weapons, equipable items, and more. Take your characters to greater and greater heights as you battle for victory.
■ Replayable modes
In addition to the main story, there are many other modes where you can strengthen your allies, compete against other players, and more.
■ Original characters meet legendary Heroes
The game features numerous Hero characters from the Fire Emblem series and brand-new characters created by artists Yusuke Kozaki, Shigeki Maeshima, and Yoshiku. Some Heroes will fight at your side as allies, while others may stand in your way as fierce enemies to be defeated and added to your army.
* Internet connectivity required to play. Data charges may apply.
* You must be at least 13+ to use this game with a Nintendo Account.
* Variations in individual device specifications and other applications being run on a device may affect normal operation of this application.
* May include advertising.
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