Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance

Published by Nintendo, Developed by Intelligent Systems Co.

Genres: RPG / Strategy (1 players)

US release date: Oct 17th, 2005 | EU release date: Nov 4th, 2005

Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance

All of Tellius is torn in a bloody war that has set the human empires against the nations of the shape-shifting laguz. A small band of mercenaries, led by the earnest but inexperienced Ike, possesses the means to end this war, but a hard path lies before them. Players must master strategy, steel and sorcery to restore order to the seven kingdoms.

  • The best-selling strategy series Fire Emblem takes on a new dimension. The stunning 3-D graphics put players right on the battlefield, pitting their soldiers

against legions of enemies.

  • Customize fighters with new skills. Equip fighters with Stealth to guide them past guards undetected or give them Vantage and guarantee them the first strike in combat.
  • Bring peace to a land divided. Take familiar soldiers like Pegasus Knights to the air, or transform new laguz shape-shifters and unleash their ferocious claws on enemies. Plot moves carefully, because if soldiers fall in battle, they're gone forever.
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ganondorfrules said:

Best NGC game I've ever played.

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cough cough said:

Pretty good game. I think they could have made it better though.

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Sonic Fan said:

I absolutely love this game! They should put Ike in Smash Bros Brawl.

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Wii decimates all said:

Ike is in Smash Bros Brawl but here was his big start, greatest rpg/strategy I've ever played.

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Nickhead said:

The best game ever created on NGC.

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Nintendoof said:

What about Super Smash Bros Melee? It would be the best game on NGC if Super Smash Bros wasn't made. My opinion.

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