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Chrkeller said:

Odd, I was told by a VG expert that FE 3 Houses was lazy and uninspired.

"The saddest part about this is that two of those games have been received quite poorly by their fanbase and are seen as unambitious cash grabs"

Lol.

I wonder who would've said that.

By the way, a lot of the Fire Emblem fanbase hates Fates, and it had a similar critical reception.

Edit: and even more by the way, Pokémon Sword/Shield will get a 86 metascore. It doesn't change the fact that it's been received poorly by the fanbase and is an unambitious cash grab.



mZuzek said:
Chrkeller said:

Odd, I was told by a VG expert that FE 3 Houses was lazy and uninspired.

"The saddest part about this is that two of those games have been received quite poorly by their fanbase and are seen as unambitious cash grabs"

Lol.

I wonder who would've said that.

By the way, a lot of the Fire Emblem fanbase hates Fates, and it had a similar critical reception.

Edit: and even more by the way, Pokémon Sword/Shield will get a 86 metascore. It doesn't change the fact that it's been received poorly by the fanbase and is an unambitious cash grab.

I believe it was you.  

And what this proves is two things: 

1) A small percent of the population having a loud voice isn't indicative of reality

2) Don't review games prior to release

I still recall all the *****ing and moaning with Mario vs Rabbids was announced, turned out to be a fantastic game.  Fact of the matter is hardcore fans exaggerate opinions online.  Wasn't MHW the end of the world when it was first announced? 



mZuzek said:
Chrkeller said:

Odd, I was told by a VG expert that FE 3 Houses was lazy and uninspired.

"The saddest part about this is that two of those games have been received quite poorly by their fanbase and are seen as unambitious cash grabs"

Lol.

I wonder who would've said that.

By the way, a lot of the Fire Emblem fanbase hates Fates, and it had a similar critical reception.

Edit: and even more by the way, Pokémon Sword/Shield will get a 86 metascore. It doesn't change the fact that it's been received poorly by the fanbase and is an unambitious cash grab.

A lot of the Fire Emblem fanbase dug itself a hole with the complaints about the three campaigns before the release of Fates. They decided that they couldn't go back on that and kept hating despite Fates being easily the best Fire Emblem on the 3DS. Although not as good overall as Fire Emblem (GBA), Path of Radiance and Radiant Dawn.

Anyway, since the nutjobs among the Fire Emblem fanbase value story over gameplay (as seen by the love for Shadows of Valentia which was comfortably the worst Fire Emblem game released in America and Europe), Three Houses is bound to get rated highly by them.



Legend11 correctly predicted that GTA IV (360+PS3) would outsell SSBB. I was wrong.

A Biased Review Reloaded / Open Your Eyes / Switch Gamers Club

mZuzek said:
Chrkeller said:

Odd, I was told by a VG expert that FE 3 Houses was lazy and uninspired.

"The saddest part about this is that two of those games have been received quite poorly by their fanbase and are seen as unambitious cash grabs"

Lol.

I wonder who would've said that.

By the way, a lot of the Fire Emblem fanbase hates Fates, and it had a similar critical reception.

Edit: and even more by the way, Pokémon Sword/Shield will get a 86 metascore. It doesn't change the fact that it's been received poorly by the fanbase and is an unambitious cash grab.

Three houses and SWSH will both be a treat to fans, I can’t wait



RolStoppable said:
mZuzek said:

I wonder who would've said that.

By the way, a lot of the Fire Emblem fanbase hates Fates, and it had a similar critical reception.

Edit: and even more by the way, Pokémon Sword/Shield will get a 86 metascore. It doesn't change the fact that it's been received poorly by the fanbase and is an unambitious cash grab.

A lot of the Fire Emblem fanbase dug itself a hole with the complaints about the three campaigns before the release of Fates. They decided that they couldn't go back on that and kept hating despite Fates being easily the best Fire Emblem on the 3DS. Although not as good overall as Fire Emblem (GBA), Path of Radiance and Radiant Dawn.

Anyway, since the nutjobs among the Fire Emblem fanbase value story over gameplay (as seen by the love for Shadows of Valentia which was comfortably the worst Fire Emblem game released in America and Europe), Three Houses is bound to get rated highly by them.

Wii's Fire Emblem was an easy walk in the park. They gave you extremely OP units from the get go. 



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Cerebralbore101 said:
RolStoppable said:

A lot of the Fire Emblem fanbase dug itself a hole with the complaints about the three campaigns before the release of Fates. They decided that they couldn't go back on that and kept hating despite Fates being easily the best Fire Emblem on the 3DS. Although not as good overall as Fire Emblem (GBA), Path of Radiance and Radiant Dawn.

Anyway, since the nutjobs among the Fire Emblem fanbase value story over gameplay (as seen by the love for Shadows of Valentia which was comfortably the worst Fire Emblem game released in America and Europe), Three Houses is bound to get rated highly by them.

Wii's Fire Emblem was an easy walk in the park. They gave you extremely OP units from the get go. 

Sounds like you played the game on easy difficulty. We've had people on this forum who quit the game because they couldn't handle normal difficulty. Only few actually beat the game on hard.

Also, Part I of Radiant Dawn is considered the hardest one because the initial squad around Micaiah is so outpowered by the enemies. If someone opts to use the more powerful units in the latter half of Part I, they'll be in for a surprise in Part III when the powerful units are mostly not available and the usage of the initial squad is mandatory.



Legend11 correctly predicted that GTA IV (360+PS3) would outsell SSBB. I was wrong.

A Biased Review Reloaded / Open Your Eyes / Switch Gamers Club

Chrkeller said:
mZuzek said:

I wonder who would've said that.

I believe it was you. 

Me too.

RolStoppable said:
mZuzek said:

By the way, a lot of the Fire Emblem fanbase hates Fates, and it had a similar critical reception.

A lot of the Fire Emblem fanbase dug itself a hole with the complaints about the three campaigns before the release of Fates. They decided that they couldn't go back on that and kept hating despite Fates being easily the best Fire Emblem on the 3DS. Although not as good overall as Fire Emblem (GBA), Path of Radiance and Radiant Dawn.

Anyway, since the nutjobs among the Fire Emblem fanbase value story over gameplay (as seen by the love for Shadows of Valentia which was comfortably the worst Fire Emblem game released in America and Europe), Three Houses is bound to get rated highly by them.

I can't speak for the online fanbase, because I don't care enough about Fire Emblem to go looking for people's opinions, but from the people I know, everyone was really hyped for Fire Emblem Fates pre-release, and ended up disappointed after playing it, and especially after playing Echoes.



I wish Nintendo would use Anti Aliasing..... more than the graphics or resolutions, the jaggies on those selection box's is displeaseing I feel.
Like alot of people have played the 3DS and put up with it, but I feel like now that its on Switch, it shouldnt have such issues.



RolStoppable said:
Cerebralbore101 said:

Wii's Fire Emblem was an easy walk in the park. They gave you extremely OP units from the get go. 

Sounds like you played the game on easy difficulty. We've had people on this forum who quit the game because they couldn't handle normal difficulty. Only few actually beat the game on hard.

Also, Part I of Radiant Dawn is considered the hardest one because the initial squad around Micaiah is so outpowered by the enemies. If someone opts to use the more powerful units in the latter half of Part I, they'll be in for a surprise in Part III when the powerful units are mostly not available and the usage of the initial squad is mandatory.

I played it on Normal, but didn't get very far. Maybe got about 15 to 20 hours in. The game was just too easy. I used the Dragon/Lance character to bowl over everybody. I'll give Wii's Fire Emblem another shot though. Maybe I'll like it this time. 



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mZuzek said:
Chrkeller said:

I believe it was you. 

Me too.

RolStoppable said:

A lot of the Fire Emblem fanbase dug itself a hole with the complaints about the three campaigns before the release of Fates. They decided that they couldn't go back on that and kept hating despite Fates being easily the best Fire Emblem on the 3DS. Although not as good overall as Fire Emblem (GBA), Path of Radiance and Radiant Dawn.

Anyway, since the nutjobs among the Fire Emblem fanbase value story over gameplay (as seen by the love for Shadows of Valentia which was comfortably the worst Fire Emblem game released in America and Europe), Three Houses is bound to get rated highly by them.

I can't speak for the online fanbase, because I don't care enough about Fire Emblem to go looking for people's opinions, but from the people I know, everyone was really hyped for Fire Emblem Fates pre-release, and ended up disappointed after playing it, and especially after playing Echoes.

Fates was my favorite game in the series.  I freaking loved everything about it!  Experiencing the campaign from different perspectives to managing your home base to playing against other people’s castles.  There was nothing but good with fates!