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Topic: Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes

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Snatcher

@Henmii I agree, But there only good if you don't mind the loop, you just press buttons in games like these, but if every character feels different, then I don't really mind, AOC was my first warriors game, I man do I love it!

From what I heard, the first legend of zelda warriors game had to much content in it.

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@Snatcher

You can never have to much content, it really depends on your commitment and whether you are in the mood for it or not. On Wii u it already had lots of content and then the dlc came. And on the 3DS version there was even more stuff. Of course the Switch version contained everything, so finishing that 100% takes a insanely amount of time. But you can also just play the story from start to finish and ignore the rest.

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Matt_Barber

You can play through the first Hyrule Warriors in around 10 hours if you just stick to the story. It's only if you want to grind every last thing out on it that it'll take you 300.

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Eel

The 3DS version did fix that, it’s amazing how much more enjoyable the same game can be when it doesn’t force you to grind and play absolutely perfectly to progress.

Age of Calamity went further, in the sense that it only expects you to meet the conditions required to win the levels, it doesn't throw in much else.

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JaxonH

I really enjoy Warriors games where I know the characters. But I've always felt like Fire Emblem was better suited than Zelda, being a strategy game and all.

I'll probably just archive the first FE Warriors, Hyrule Warriors and Age of Calamity and make this my go to Warriors game

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Snatcher wrote:

@Henmii I agree, But there only good if you don't mind the loop, you just press buttons in games like these, but if every character feels different, then I don't really mind, AOC was my first warriors game, I man do I love it!

From what I heard, the first legend of zelda warriors game had to much content in it.

You say that last part like it’s a bad thing. To me there’s no such thing as “too much content”
Perhaps because I know I’m getting my money’s worth,

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ElRoberico

I feel like Hyrule Warriors Definitive Edition has so much content because there was just an insane amount of it, to begin with. I adore it since I drove a half-hour to buy a physical edition and having as much content as it did made the trip even more worth it. I also adore the variety in the character options.

As for the new Fire Emblem one, I'm a little bit concerned with the character variety, but I think being able to play almost all the characters from the game is exciting. The first FE Warriors game is great, but it's a bit too 3DS focused in my opinion. It would have been nice to see Ike and Roy at least.

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Snatcher

@Greatluigi Well I did kinda say it like it was a bad thing because if your the type of person, that wants to complete everything 100% your going to get bored pretty quickly from what I heard, I mean it nice to know it has a lot of content, but with so much content how much of that is different? I don't know, I never played the game, but from what people said, it wasn't the best thing??

Idk, again, I never played it so its not like I can give these opinion out from experience, but as someone who has 100% a few games before, it does suck when the game has a lot of content, but thats more of a person to person thing, then it is an actual issue.

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ElRoberico

@Snatcher I would say the better way to phrase it is that it's a grind to get all of the content. I was trying to unlock all characters, and to do that, you have to play a lot of adventure mode where you fight battles in every square of a map. You also have to get items from certain spaces to actually get to the characters. It's a lot, and it gets repetitive and grindy if you're not ready for it.

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Snatcher

@ElRoberico Yep I think you pinned the tail on the donkey mate, Pretty much what I heard from other people, its grindy, thats the word.

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Eel

The original HW game was super hard too. It had one single adventure map to complement the story mode, so the game stretched the difficulty of that one adventure map to fit the 100 levels your characters could achieve in the base game.

With the 3DS game, they spread that grind across five different adventure maps, so instead of having to retry the same levels over and over, you feel like you're always progressing.

Also you regularly got rupees and fairy food via free distributions, which honestly helped a lot. I think you still can collect them.

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The original HW game was super hard too. It had one single adventure map to complement the story mode, so the game stretched the difficulty of that one adventure map to fit the 100 levels your characters could achieve in the base game.

Yeah it was beyond ridiculous. It's one of my most played games ever, I never bought any of the DLC, and I still never finished the original Adventure map (though I got close). Was thrilled when I heard AoC was less ridiculous.

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Henmii

Yeah, there's super hard stuff in the original Hyrule warriors, but you could still play the main-game and go for the endboss. I know I did.

However, with Age of calamity I feel as if the levels are to big. And it becomes pretty hard. I think I have only 5 or so levels left before the endboss. But 1 level easily takes me 30 minutes, and after that I am tuckered out. Maybe I play it wrong? Maybe I am getting old? I still plan to do it someday though, presumably before botw2 arrives.

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Eel

@Henmii the levels themselves aren't that much more time consuming, from what I remember.

When you factor the fact the original game didn't have character swapping, you had to waste a lot of time going from point A to point B. It got better starting with Legends.

In terms of number of main levels, compared to the base HW, it's around the same. Compared to Legends/Definitive Edition however, Age of Calamity has considerably fewer main story levels (maybe if we include the DLC it gets closer?).

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OdnetninAges

Hopefully the inevitable U.S. special edition will be announced at a time when I can secure a pre-order.

I've somehow managed to get every Fire Emblem special edition since Fates (even the Shadow Dragon Switch one), I can't stop now. I looked through the Fates artbook last month and it was super cool.

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@OdnetninAges : My streak ended with Three Houses, which was pre-sold out, but I didn't care enough to pay a scalper for a copy as I only wanted the soundtrack CD, and the complete OST was later released in Japan (which I have imported). Soundtracks are a must and unfortunately, some are very difficult if not virtually impossible to come by.

There is also a ludicrously overpriced Heroes CD set coming out which is only available as a special edition, and it costs over AU$200 at Play-Asia (and it only comes with four discs). Considering how much I love Fire Emblem music though... I'm probably going to bite.

I had a few opportunities to grab the Shadow Dragon release though I had no desire for it as it didn't come with a cartridge, but I absolutely would have paid AU$120 if that was my only means of owning the game in that form.

I'm really disappointed that the Three Hopes limited edition doesn't include a soundtrack set this time around. While it wasn't exhaustive by any stretch, the first Fire Emblem Warriors game included an otherwise generous 3 disc set (a complete OST release was never issued, unfortunately).

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ElRoberico

@OdnetninAges I got a Warriors one on eBay for less than retail after I got my Switch in 2020. Best steal I ever got.

I got the Shadow Dragon one too, but when I was evacuated from my home due to Hurricane Ida, I think someone got into my house and stole my cartridge for it. Hopefully, I just misplaced it.

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JaxonH

This game is becoming a lot more hype for me after watching this analysis. All those memories of Three Houses came rushing back, and seeing crests used in combat, fighting those giant beasts, seeing a new alternate storyline play out mission by mission... this looks dope

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Any Fire Emblem games I will collect - whether I get a chance to play them is a different story.

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Grumblevolcano

Nintendo's released a video on the Blue Lions, confirming that when you choose a house that all 8 usable characters from that house in Three Houses will be playable.

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