What to play after this game?

#1SchmemanPosted 4/6/2013 4:44:16 AM
Being my first Fire Emblem, where should I go when I'm done with this one? Should I get the gamecube one? It's such a large franchise I'm not sure what to do =X

Any vets of the series have some insight they could share?
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#2uuurrrgghPosted 4/6/2013 4:50:12 AM
beginner- Sacred Stones
a decent challenge- Blazing Sword
2nd place imo- Radiant Dawn
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#3Twenty0nePosted 4/6/2013 4:57:53 AM(edited)
Gamecube one (might be a little pricy..) or FE7
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#4FlyingDeCowPosted 4/6/2013 5:03:20 AM
Do you have a Wii? Path of Radiance and Radiant Dawn are fun.
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#5TheUltimator25Posted 4/6/2013 5:59:23 AM
I disliked RD myself, it didn't have the same charm or good/decent story like the others did.

Path of Radiance is expensive, but worth it.
#6mujihaPosted 4/6/2013 6:06:20 AM
Sacred Stones definitely, or FE7. Those games have cool attack animations. And better stories.
#7rhys855Posted 4/6/2013 6:22:05 AM
If you want something easy get Fire emblem 9 (the one for the gamecube.)

If you want something modestly hard play fire emblem 7 just titled fire emblem for the GBA.

If you want something different play Holy War/Fire emblem 4 for the Snes which you will have to download on to your computer. But imo it's the best one in the series.
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#8FEFalchionPosted 4/6/2013 11:04:33 PM
1. Sacred Stones (I have Ambassador games)
2. Path of Radiance (Played this when I was young)
3. Radiant Dawn (Graphics are amazing o.o)

Just don't play Shadow Dragon, it was a disappointment for me.

Btw, to start the series, you should've played the earlier games and work your way up, you'll be crushed how the graphics/gameplay is different.
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