Fire Emblem Fates: Conquest

Fire Emblem Fates: Conquest
Fire Emblem Fates is is the fourteenth game in the Fire Emblem series of games, and the second to be developed for the 3DS after Fire Emblem Awakening. It is a title split game, meaning that it was released in three versions, Fire Emblem Fates: Birthright, Fire Emblem Fates: Conquest and Fire Emblem Fates: Revelation, the latter of which was released only as downloadable content, while the former two received physical releases.

Fire Emblem Fates: Conquest shares the first five chapters with Conquest and Revelations. In Fire Emblem Fates, the player creates a fully customizable Avatar, who is also the main character of the game. The player character is born to the Hoshido royalty, but find themselves raised by the Nohr royal family. Upon coming of age, the Avatar is dispatched by the King of Nohr, Garon to fight the Hoshidan army. While fighting the Hoshidans, the Avatar’s party ends up captured by Hoshido, and the Avatar is recognized as a member of the Hoshido royal family. The Avatar is brought to his relatives in Hoshido, but is the victim of an assassination plot that they survive. With both kingdoms engaging each other in open battle, the Avatar’s loyalty is split. In Fire Emblem Fates: Conquest, the Avatar chooses to ally with Nohr, their adoptive family and works against Hoshido. While battling against the Hoshido, however, the Avatar must also work to oust the corrupted king of Nohr.

Fire Emblem Fates features a range of new features and content, compared to the previous games. New weapons to the series include katanas, naginatas, shurken and batons. New classes for the Nohr include the Maid, Butler, Dark Blood and Malig Knight. Building on the “Casual Mode” from the last game, Fire Emblem Fates features a Phoenix mode, in which fallen allies will be automatically revived in the next turn. Players can choose to reduce difficulty while in a playthrough, but cannot increase it. Players can build their own village using the “My Castle” feature, which also allows them to interact with allies and build stronger relationships. The game also features support for Amiibos, so that players can ‘tap in’ characters like Marth, Ike, Lucina and Robin using their respective Amiibos.

In Fire Emblem Fates: Conquest, players have limited experience and funds, and a range of different victory conditions, such as defending a base, breaking through enemy lines as well as turn restrictions.

  • Developer: Intelligent Systems, Nintendo
  • Publisher: Nintendo
  • Genre: Tactical Role-Playing
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  • Platforms: 3DS

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