Fire Emblem Heroes

Fire Emblem Heroes

By Nintendo Co., Ltd.

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2017-02-02
  • Current Version: 2.4.0
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 107.32 MB
  • Developer: Nintendo Co., Ltd.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    5/5 ( 71,132 App Reviews)
  • Price:
    Free
Fire Emblem Heroes App Ratings: 5
5
Based on 71,132 App Reviews

Fire Emblem Heroes iOS App Details

◆ We’ve reached our one-year anniversary! Thanks for your support. ◆ Fire Emblem Heroes doesn’t stand still—the game powers up in big ways, thanks to new in-game events and new options for strengthening your allies, letting you create your ultimate team of Heroes. We hope you'll try all of the modes this game has to offer. Choose your Heroes and join the fight! --------------------- Nintendo's hit strategy-RPG Fire Emblem series, which has been going strong for more than 25 years, continues its journey on smart devices. Fight battles customized for touch screens and on-the-go play. Summon characters from across the Fire Emblem universe. Develop your Heroes' skills, and take them to new heights. This is your adventure—a Fire Emblem that's like nothing you've seen before! This application is free to download and offers some optional in-app purchases. ■ An epic quest The game features an ongoing, original story where new characters and dozens upon dozens of battle-tested Heroes from across the Fire Emblem universe meet. There are over 400 story stages available as of January 2018! (This total includes all difficulty modes.) Clear these story stages and you'll earn Orbs, which are used for summoning Heroes. New story chapters are added frequently, so don't miss out! ■ Intense battles Take part in strategic turn-based battles streamlined for on-the-go play with maps that fit in the palm of your hand! You'll need to think hard about the advantages and disadvantages of each Hero's weapon...and even evaluate the map itself as you battle. Lead your army with easy touch-and-drag controls, including the ability to attack by simply swiping an ally over an enemy. New to strategic turn-based battles? Don't worry! Use the Auto-Battle option to have your characters fight on their own. ■ Strengthen your favorite Heroes There are many ways to strengthen your allies: leveling, skills, weapons, equipable items, and more. Take your characters to greater and greater heights as you battle for victory. ■ Replayable modes In addition to the main story, there are many other modes where you can strengthen your allies, compete against other players, and more. ■ Original characters meet legendary Heroes The game features numerous Hero characters from the Fire Emblem series and brand-new characters created by artists Yusuke Kozaki and Shigeki Maeshima. Some Heroes will fight at your side as allies, while others may stand in your way as fierce enemies to be defeated and added to your army. * Internet connectivity required to play. Data charges may apply. * You must be at least 13+ to use this game with a Nintendo Account. * We permit our third-party partners to collect data from this app for analytical and marketing purposes. For more information about our ads, please see the “How we use your information” section of the Nintendo Privacy Policy. * Variations in individual device specifications and other applications being run on a device may affect normal operation of this application.

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iOS App Reviews

  • Bad

    1
    By pouridgepotjump227
    The update ruined this game. It’s now impossible to get 5* units. Don’t waste your time.
  • Gives to people

    5
    By Layzx
    I love that the game gives a lot of free stuff even if you left and returned to play and helps you stay on your feet
  • The Best RPG On Mobile!

    5
    By Shruti Kizuna
    This is a great game. Of course it’s great, it’s by Nintendo. Great RPG. Addicting. It’s my life.
  • Improving each day

    4
    By hwrdjacob
    Fire Emblem Heroes is an interesting game that, in short, I would highly recommend provided you’ve played at least three other Fire Emblem games. It started out as a somewhat hallow experience that is expected of mobile games, with only nine chapters to clear each of which were divided into parts and ultimately totaled the size of nine standard Fire Emblem chapters (that’s about the size of the tutorial in Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade for reference) and having only characters from a handful of games, but over the past year has grown into a very respectable game with a story mode that is about the size of New Mystery of the Emblem as of writing, with multiple gameplay modes and regular updates and events which add an ever growing amount of content to the game; finally having representation of every game in the series with the recent addition of Leif. To address the elephant in the room; the game functions on a gacha system for recruiting most characters. This means, in short, that you are essentially pulling from a slot machine to try and get most characters. You spend Orbs to summon the majority of characters on summoning focuses, and orbs can be purchased with real money (I would like to place emphasis on “can”). However, many reviewers here seem to be glossing over some key facts; Fire Emblem Heroes more often than not will give you daily orbs for the simple fact you booted up the game each day. If that isn’t enough, each chapter you complete gives you a set number of orbs for clearing them the first time on a given difficulty, and more orbs can be extracted by clearing the chapter on higher difficulties. The game also has “quests” to do on the home menu, the vast majority of which are either extremely simple to do or which are available to do for an entire year, which give you orbs and other supplies to further grow your army. Finally, you can also get even more orbs by participating in events, which are frequent enough to be near constant, or by participating in the Arena modes once you get at least 4 “decent” units. If you do not spend a dime, there is still no shortage of orbs to use for summoning-provided you show some patience and keep to it. Beyond that, there is no shortage of units you can get through alternative means that do not involve orbs. Firstly, you start the game with Alfonse, Sharena, and Anna; they start as weak units- however the game expects you to use “unlock potential” on them from the Units menu; you have to put effort into them, but once you have brought Alfonse, Sharena, and Anna to a five star level, they are decent units and will be able to pull you through at least a large portion of the game, albeit probably not against the strongest of other players in the Arena. Training Alfonse, Sharena, and Anna to their full five star potential is one of the first things the game expects you to strive towards doing. If that still is not enough, you get two additional free units by playing through the story mode; Fjorm, by clearing Book I and moving on to Book II, and Legendary Ike, who is obtained by clearing the paralogue chapters of the game. Both of these units come already at five stars; they are also both extremely powerful units which even the most adamant “whales” are known to utilize on occasion. Finally, there are Hero Battles and Grand Hero Battles; Grand Hero Battles, in particular, give very highly prized units with great power behind them- they also are units which cannot be summoned at all, and are exclusively obtainable through the Grand Hero Battles. These battles involve a short confrontation with another unit, who you will then recruit into your army after the battle at different star ranks depending on which difficulty you fought them on. Formidable units such as Camus, Michalis, the female version of Robin, and Xander are all exclusive to Grand Hero Battles, and the lower difficulties are reasonably accessible to newer players once they have obtained the above characters from the story mode. All of that said, summoning is still your primary method to obtain the large majority of heroes, but as mentioned previously there is no shortage of orbs even if you choose not to spend a dime. With that said, I would strongly caution that you should show restraint if you decide to purchase orbs. To that end, I would limit yourself to purchasing only the new Orb bundles: monthly one-time deals which include both orbs and additional items as a bit of a safety net- if you get a bad summoning session, hey, at least you got some other items out of the purchase that you can still make good use of, and your purchase is still justified to some extent. However, I again strongly caution limiting yourself to these bundle packs for that reason; they are monthly one-time deals, so it is extremely budget friendly should you decide to limit your purchasing to once a month, but splurging beyond that is somewhat ill-advised. This is not to say that with all of the above considered that the game does not have it’s problems; the biggest problem is that the game is not afraid of spoiling the most shocking plot twists of the Fire Emblem series. Ninian’s true identity and the central plot twist of The Blazing Blade is made into a gameplay mechanic, the Black Knight’s closely guarded identity is revealed with little to no fanfare, Takumi’s fall to darkness near the climax of Fire Emblem Fates: Conquest is used to make a special version of him, and much more. This makes it a bit hard to suggest for newcomers. I would instead suggest starting with Shadow Dragon, then Echoes, and New Mystery. Additionally, vital gameplay features are locked until you clear Book I; this isn’t exactly “bad”, because you should clear Book I and the paralogues before moving on to Book II, but it is still something to keep in mind should you start the game. Lastly, though the game is respectable enough to recommend now, it still has a few rough edges that should be ironed out in the coming updates.
  • Useless

    1
    By dmcbrayer1
    wont open. Crashes instantly.
  • On Fire, Emblem Heroes

    5
    By Julien Reviews
    Almost no one, I included, takes time to actually review a mobile app. Touch don’t ask me again and continue playing but I love this game so much I reviewed it without being asked to. The gameplay is great with a addictive gatcha experience. You will not mind working towards in game currency, which is plentiful. I know, download a game, play for a week, claim your daily rewards, drop the game, allow the game to rest in the back of your game folder. A few months in and I’m still waking up at 5:00 to analyze the additions to the game, these are constantly updated. This game is special, a 110%. You do not need any prior franchise understanding but you will want it after you download this game. My thoughts about this game are overflowing, I must stop now before I write a novel. Join the niche community of Fire Emblem Heroes, you won’t regret it.
  • Awesome

    5
    By .jay
    I’ve played Fire Emblem on 3DS systems and while Heroes is obviously not the same, it’s a great game that I keep coming back to.
  • The hate is completely invalid

    5
    By Ruitisihhhhrhwikggcdh
    I’ve been playing this game since pretty much launch and it’s been amazing, after they had some time to change the ways certain events worked but now they’re fine and they’re adding new characters every other week pretty much. Obviously the harder difficulties are easier for the whales that get the best units but it is completely doable for people who either don’t spend or spend very little with a bit of extra thought
  • The game

    5
    By skjddndnxjdjefg
    Please make a naruto themed game like this
  • Love it!

    5
    By Nicholas Rider
    I started the Fire Emblem series with Radiant Dawn, and I’ve loved every game I’ve played since then. FE: Heroes is a wonderful representation of the series while inventing its own style as well. If you’re looking for a story however, well...it’s passable but don’t get your hopes up. Gameplay: 5/5 Presentation/Artwork: 4.5/5 Replay value: 4.5/5 Story: 3/5 Voice acting: 5/5

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