Fire Emblem Engage review – breathes new life into old combat

An 11-year-old Cat Bussell has been dragged on a family holiday to Spain. Malaga’s sunny vistas and balmy heat are completely wasted on this pasty proto-nerd. She skulks in a darkened room as the struggling air conditioner barely keeps the excessive warmth of the “outdoors” at bay. The room is sticky and unpleasant, but it doesn’t matter because young Cat has Fire Emblem on the Game Boy Advance, and that makes everything alright. The subtle alchemy of Fire Emblem Engage’s

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