Fire Emblem Heroes

Download Fire Emblem Heroes for Pc

By Nintendo Co., Ltd.

Rating 5/5 From 80,845 Votes
$ 0.00
  • Release date: 2018-07-19
  • Current version: 2.7.1
  • Adult Ranking: 12+
  • File size: 112.21 MB
  • Developer: Nintendo Co., Ltd.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. or Android KitKat 4.4, Lollipop 5.0, Marshmallow 6.0, Nougat 7.0, Oreo 8.0, Android P 9.0 or later
Score: 5
5
From 80,845 Votes

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How to download, install and play Fire Emblem Heroes on your PC and Mac

If you want to install and play the Fire Emblem Heroes game on your PC or Mac, you will need to download and install a Desktop App emulator for your computer. We have worked diligently to help you understand how to use Fire Emblem Heroes for your computer in 4 simple steps below:


Step 1: Download an Android emulator for PC and Mac

Ok. First things first. If you want to use the application on your computer, first visit the Mac store or Windows AppStore and search for either the Bluestacks app or the Nox App . Most of the tutorials on the web recommends the Bluestacks app and I might be tempted to recommend it too, because you are more likely to easily find solutions online if you have trouble using the Bluestacks application on your computer. You can download the Bluestacks Pc or Mac software here


Step 2: Install the emulator on your PC or Mac

Now that you have downloaded the emulator of your choice, go to the Downloads folder on your computer to locate the emulator or Bluestacks application.
Once you have found it, click it to install the application or exe on your PC or Mac computer.
Now click Next to accept the license agreement.
Follow the on screen directives in order to install the application properly.
If you do the above correctly, the Emulator app will be successfully installed.


Step 3: Fire Emblem Heroes game for PC - Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10

Now, open the Emulator application you have installed and look for its search bar. Once you found it, type Fire Emblem Heroes in the search bar and press Search. Click on Fire Emblem Heroes game icon. A window of Fire Emblem Heroes on the Play Store or the app store will open and it will display the Store in your emulator application. Now, press the Install button and like on an iPhone or Android device, your Game will start downloading. Now we are all done.
You will see an icon called "All Apps".
Click on it and it will take you to a page containing all your installed Games.
You should see the Fire Emblem Heroes icon. Click on it and start playing the Game


Step 4: Fire Emblem Heroes for Mac OS

Hi. Mac Gamer!
The steps to use Fire Emblem Heroes for Mac are exactly like the ones for Windows OS above. All you need to do is install the Nox Application Emulator or Bluestack on your Macintosh. You can get bluestacks here .


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Fire Emblem Heroes: Descriptions and Gameplay

◆ 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 500 story stages available as of April 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.

Game Reviews

  • I really like games of chance and FE

    5
    By The Croquet
    One of the most satisfying things in Fire Emblem games is seeing your character do a crit animation and knowing the enemy is either about to die or get severely weakened. While this app doesn’t have that, there is an element of chance in getting heroes you want. While I generally keep low expectations, I constantly am pleasantly surprised when I see those five stars fall into place across my screen. Regarding the gameplay, I certainly enjoy fire emblem more, but the customizability of the characters’ skills and the ability to make any character a solid threat through enough investment make the game fun. While events and new story are the main fun of the game, I still occasionally enjoy training up my units and seeing them completely destroy the enemy arena/hero battle team, but if IS stopped doing events I’d probably lose interest a lot faster than in the main games. I genuinely think this game is more fun the more Fire Emblem games you play, so if you are reading this and you’ve only played one or two fire emblem games, give this a shot and then try some of the other games if you find characters are too unfamiliar Also, I’ve been playing since launch and have several dozen 5* heroes f2p so, while I hardly spent any money on this game, I recommend reserving spending to a last resort and after a lot of careful consideration...after all, gambling only stops being fun when you lose all your money
  • Oof, The Hate Isn’t Valid

    4
    By 🚬🌸
    I love this game. I haven’t been playing Fire Emblem for long, and I started with Awakening, but even if I’m not fully familiar with all the characters, I have a lot of fun collecting them. :^)) It’s enjoyable when there are events lined up and good rewards to get, but there are break periods sometimes with nothing to do. It’s not completely perfect, as it should be. Sometimes I feel that certain maps are too difficult and are appealing to ‘whales’, the extreme Pay to Play players, and my biggest problem is certain units that are very powerful and almost unable to be killed, like Instant Regnal Astra Ayra, but I don’t encounter them often. But I believe some of the other hate isn’t valid. THIS GAME IS ABOUT CHANCE. If you’re summoning characters, you’re taking a risk. That’s the point, it’s a gatcha, but it’s definitely easier to play as F2P than a true Japanese gatcha game. Just having a 3% starting appearance rate is a blessing, compared to a 1% offered on other games. They do provide many opportunities to get orbs, it’s just the player’s choice to save them or use them. The game is pretty fair, and I think some of the bad reviews are just salty people who didn’t get who they wanted. :^/ I do sometimes pay for orbs, and I’ve had times where I didn’t get the character I wanted, but I still continue to play. It’s fun and worth trying! Don’t be discouraged and stop playing when you don’t get who you want because there are many other opportunities! 💕
  • Even free to play players get good stuff.

    5
    By Emboar lover
    So I have played this game when it first came out, and took a break from it for about 6 months. I decided to come back to Feh because I was getting bored with other games. Within a three or four month period I now have 28ish 5 star troops. All for free. This game doesn't have low five star summoning rates, it's all about saving those orbs and using them wisely. They give a ton of orbs to begin with, it's just periodically, like any game would. They even added the free summon when you first summon at a banner. Now, don't get me wrong, sometimes I get a tad annoyed when I get none of the tomes that I want from that summon. But, it gets outweighed by all of the good experiences I had, like getting Love Abounds Hector on my first free summon. Or getting Brave Lyn 1 hour before the banner ended. (ik, i didn't choose her when you can get the free brave hero) So give this game a chance, and if you stick with it, it continues to give events that make the game fun, and plenty of chances to summon heroes that you want. Also, to those who say the hero challenges and such are hard, well I agree. However, if you play your troops right, and have the right combination, soon enough you will get it. The computer is slightly predictable, and if you get that, then the game opens up to you.
  • Poor drop rates combined with pity breakers

    2
    By ChronoShot
    This game has a multitude of problems with the drop rates of heroes and the process of drawing them. First of all, the colors of the orbs you get is completely random. And you have to spend at least 5 orbs to see what the colors you can choose from. Which means if you’re going for a green unit, there’s a decent chance you won’t have any green orbs to choose from, and you’re required to waste those orbs. This seems to happen A LOT with certain banners. Say a popular character is in a banner, you’ll see less of that color orb to choose from (almost certainly a ploy to encourage people to purchase orbs). You should be able to back out of a summoning session for 1 orb. Being forced to waste 5 is awful. Beyond that issue, the drop rates for 5* units are exceedingly low at 3%. The drop rate goes up (very very slowly) the more draws you do without a 5*, then goes back down to 3% after you get one. The problem here, is that you’re far more likely to get some random garbage unit as a 5* instead of the unit you want, ruining your drop rates. There’s is WAY, WAY too many units in the 5* pool. Without an obscene amount of luck, it’s nearly impossible to get the units you want without paying money. And even if you do, you’re at the mercy of the minuscule drop rates. You may need to spend hundreds of dollars to get even one unit that you want. Of course, it is certainly designed that way on purpose.
  • Too many alts

    4
    By Warethu
    This is an amazing game. I have been a fire emblem fan for a long time and have been playing this game since it came out. I can’t get enough of this game! New modes come out quite frequently and they are good at giving plenty of orbs if you work for then. Also they are amazing at listening to their players. This is why I’m posting this because I know they look through and actually consider what players say. Which I love! So My only complaint is during this year they have changed new hero banners where only 1 or 2 are new characters and the rest are alternatives of characters already in game. This means hardly any new characters are being added. Last year there were about 4 new characters every month in a banner. I don’t know why it was changed since there are hundreds of characters who can still be added. Also a lot of banners only give about 3 characters instead of 4. So imagine you usually get 1 or 2(if lucky) new characters in a banner per month and 1 or 2 characters already in game. Plus 4 seasonal characters per month who are also alts. Plus legendary hero who is also probably an alt. Can we please keep getting more new characters? By this pace we will never get to some of the more obscure favorites of fans. But if this was changed I would easy give 5 stars.
  • Incredible

    5
    By Jsrazor
    I'm shocked by many of the bad reviews. Like any gacha game, getting heroes is largely chance based, however this game is incredibly F2P friendly. The game has combatted power creep with ways to improve older heroes and has been very generous with heroes that a guaranteed through reaching very plausible mile stones in events. The game provides a plethora of orbs through login bonuses, events, and quests. Stamina potions and other items are near impossible for a majority of players to run out of, including whales (players who spend huge amounts of cash and usually play A TON). I haven't encountered a challenge yet that I couldn't beat as F2P. There are issues, but every issue I've encountered so far has been addressed in an adequate manner or has been steered in the right direction so far. The biggest issue is the massive 5star pool but with focuses, I rarely don't get the units I'm hoping for. If you can resist banners your not interested in the as FTP you can quickly stack a large sum of orbs. My FTP account may not have as many heroes as my non-FTP account but I almost always get the focus units I'm looking for. Can't get everything you want all the time. Gameplay is amazing. I could keep going with the positive but I should stop before this gets long.
  • Some bug issues

    4
    By Justanothergirl44
    Im not sure if this is just me, but since the new update the game is boarder line frustrating to play. The first issue isn’t that major, but during battles if I try to tap on a units skill to see the description, it flashes up for a second then disappears. Again, more so just kind as annoying as opposed to anything else. The second problem is the more important one. Every single time I go off the app for any reason, for any amount of time (even in times when I accidentally click the home button) and then try to renter the game, not only do I have to redownload the game again, but it deletes everything I was doing when I exited. Before it would offer to put you back into your bookmark to pick up where you left off, now the only option is to delete it. This is especially bad for arena, since it kills your streaks and then you have to waste resources to get it back. Last one, it has to deal with Arya. When I’m in arena, she’ll trigger desperation at full health, which shouldn’t happen, and even when I check her other skills there’s nothing that would allow for that. Very annoying especially when that kills your streak too. Other than that, I love all the new things the update has done! Keep up the good work, but fix the bugs.
  • Fire Emblem: Heroes. Do or do not?

    5
    By BAKA_13
    It’s been an entire since this game released, and I can honestly say that I still faithfully play it everyday. If you had told me I’d be playing a phone game this long before, I’d have called you crazy. If your a Fire Emblem fan, then this is could be the app for you too. Being able to mix and match your favorite characters into team match ups that would otherwise never be possible is amazing. Going up against other teams around the world and coming out on top is what really keeps me going. Trying different characters, builds, and set ups can keep you pretty busy. But getting tat 7th win against a really tough team in the arena is the greatest feeling. Now, while it has its good points, it also has some bad points (as everything does). The biggest of which is the summoning system. Yes yes, I get it... It’s meant to make money. That is not lost on me. However, when I put the 200+ orbs I’ve painstakingly saved up into a banner and get absolutely nothing good from it? Well, to put it bluntly, it’s really freakin upsetting... If you can deal with rage inducing RNG of summoning, then jump in. Even through that, though, I would still highly recommend this game to any Fire Emblem fan.
  • Replay value and Quality

    5
    By Carson Garrett
    I have to say after a year of playing this game is good. Not Good like, after a year it will be just as fun as the first time I picked it up fun, or compete with real games. It does however have a lot of quality and love put into it. Updates come often and ftp players like myself rejoice because you can get a ton of top tier units with what IS gives us, which is a lot. Always new quests, always new summons, and a ton of content. P2P players will still flourish but any unit can be made “good” with investment. So with that nothing is out of reach for ftp players. Free summons are nice, and events that give tons of currency are awesome. Now replay value. After about a year of playing I have to say I rarely do more than long in most days of the week. Which is honestly fine by me. IS constantly gives out login bonuses and TT is something I normally look forward to. Even tho I don’t play the game as often it’s not based on the quality of said game. As I said lots of love has been put into Hero’s. This is IS’s baby. Even with the new update I’m excited and will probably play even more. It’s not the best game out there, but it’s a darn good gacha game that tries to take care of its players.
  • High Quality for a Free to Play Game

    5
    By YoshiLuma
    Most free to play games on the App Store are good at first, but later on make players progressively depend on IAPs to get anywhere. And no one likes those kinds of games. Thankfully, Fire Emblem Heroes is NOT one of those games. I’ve been playing free since release and have already amassed quite a few level 40 heroes (the top level) without paying a cent. Most of these heroes are also the highest/2nd highest rarity, which means they come with better weapons as soon as they are summoned. If you want all 5 star heroes, you can easily increase a heros’ Star ranking when they are level 20. This game gives you lots of chances to get better heroes and plenty of in game currency to improve yourself with. I knew nothing of the Fire Emblem series when I started but I still enjoy this game. There is a bit of luck involved with summons because the rarer heroes are harder to summon, but many times seasonal heroes come back in different summons so you have the chance to get them again. For example, I missed out on Summer Lissa when she first came out, but was recently able to get her in a Legendary Heroes summon. I know this was a long review but this game is well worth your time.
  • Went Downhill Overtime

    3
    By SwimDragon2
    At first, I really loved the game. I wasn't that big of a fan of Fire Emblem before, I just knew the bare details. I thought it was a good game because it was fun to play when I was bored, and it had great graphics. I soon started playing the game all the time. It had a lot of maps, and it was cool. The summoning was terrible for me- I have no luck whatsoever. However, I had a few five stars. But then I found out about IVs. A character can be +attack, or -attack. That started getting frustrating as my characters couldn't kill people. And then the game started adding more and more new characters, and not enough maps to replenish the orbs. The percentage to summon a 5 star was 3%. It's literally a scam to get money. I ignored that part at first and still played. But the tier lists made it impossible to ignore because every new character was better than the original characters. The thing that was my breaking point was the Legendary Heroes banner. They increased the banner to 8%. This did not help me. I only summoned one person, and I used up a lot of orbs. I even spent some money on the banner even though I previously had remained strong. It's ridiculous- I still didn't get the character I wanted. My advise is to NOT GET THIS GAME. It's a blatant attempt to get money, which is succeeding.
  • My opinions on this game

    5
    By 44link
    Well, I figured it’s about time to review this game I’ve both loved and raged at over the year it’s existed, and I gotta say, overall, it’s great. Now of course, it has a few kinks, but I’d say it’s still amazing overall. Now, I kinda wish orbs and feathers were a bit more prominent, as orbs are kinda tough for a free to play person such as me, but I understand they don’t want to oversaturate the game, I do think they can give us a little more, but then again, I’m biased as a player, so. The only thing that I see as an issue is the latest Legendary Heroes Banner, it seems as if the rate of pulling 5* was way down, I usually get more 5* off a non Legendary banner than on one, I understand limiting it, due to the raised rates, but I think IS went a bit far, but it’s alright, as I think people need to realize, the developers of this game are human, and do make errors, I won’t be too hard on them for making an error, they are human. Overall, I love this game, and won’t be letting it go anytime soon, and if by pure chance, an IS dev reads this review, keep up the excellent work guys, I can’t wait to see how this game develops in the future - Austin
  • For a gatcha game it's great

    5
    By Citel Theof
    First off, I never played Fire Emblem games before playing this. I had played FF Tactics on the original PS1 and I wasn't very good at it. Then recently, I gave this game a try. It is fun. It's also more forgiving than other freemium type games out there. While the sprite characters aren't very glamorous, the portraits are nice and the story has been fun. So much so that I went and bought a 2DS XL just so I could play Fire Emblem Awakening. I still find myself playing this game. That should say something... As to people who complain about the drop rates: these companies aren't here to entertain you; they're here to make money. Period. You enjoying it is mostly secondary. Or tertiary. You get my point. Enjoy the game however you want but don't delude yourself into thinking an amazing game should just be free. In accounting there's a saying, "there's no such thing as a free lunch." It costs "somebody" somewhere money. All that to say, don't walk into a game like this thinking it should all be handed to you. Make the most of it and have fun. If it ceases to entertain you, move on. There's another bus in 5 minutes...
  • wOaH

    5
    By App game fan
    So, I’ve never played a FE game before. My sis has (Awakening). My sis showed me this around summer of 2017 and I thought “huh ok, I’ll try it for a couple of weeks.” Fast forward to now, and you can see I am still addicted and in love with this game. In my personal opinion, I think this game is the perfect beginners FE game. I found myself in love with the character art, voice acting, and the ability to use characters that came from all of the games so I can get a little familiar with them. People complain about not getting the hero they want, doing summons and not getting a 5 star, I don’t think it matters. This game gives out so many orbs for free it puts triple A games to shame with their payment system of “lootboxes” or whatever. As for the gameplay it’s self, it’s easy enough to understand and play casually, but to truly master strategy you actually have to think with your hero loadout and if doing arena battles, you gotta adapt to the situation. Ok this is dragging on for too long, I just wanna say Nintendo/Intelligent Systems, continue doing what you’re doing and that is being great!
  • Fun to play, Mean meta.

    4
    By Mr. Grizzly
    I’m gonna start with a personal issue I’m having. Every time I have to reopen the game, I have to download a 799MB file. The SAME file! If I leave Wi-fi and the download triggers, I have to wait 15 min for it to download. Crazy frustrating! I don’t know where to go for support since there’s no option in game, so here I am. Then, after the Ayra debacle, I was happy to see the new card upped the drop rate to a base 8%. Unfortunately, it doesn’t feel like it has an 8% drop rate. Before, 5% was a beacon of hope to get a 5 Star. But at 8% it still feels like the drop rate is low. It’s also supposed to have over 50% for 4 stars, but out of 4 full summons, I had 2 batches that only had one 4 Star, and of the 4 batches, I got the crappy Holiday Xander as the 5 star. I’ve dropped over $80 so far, and played since launch, but this feels like they’re screwing me over. I NEVER feel good about buying orbs. (Way to expensive!) and it feels like it’s more of a game for Whales. Stop it. Let us play and have fun. I’m this | | close to bailing on this game, and ignoring future mobile Nintendo Games. Give me fun, or give me death.
  • A great game to play even if you barely know the series

    5
    By CJM1109
    This game introduces characters from every game pretty much, and allows oh to decide who to use. Updates are constantly pumped out, and new units appear every 2 weeks. This game is very free to play friendly and never really pressures you to buy anything in game, as the only thing you can really buy is orbs and the 3.99 pack for beginners that honestly isn’t worth it but I digress its an option. The only problem I can really have with this game is the saturation of the summoning pool. If you summon for a hero and try to aim for a certain 5Star exclusive unit but instead get a 5 star you either already have or won’t get use out of you start to feel annoyed to an extent, but honestly it isn’t much of a problem for me. I started playing with basic knowledge of the series having played only the Fates games and some parts of the Sacred Stones. I have been introduced to many amazing characters from different games and I am glad I got this game. I recommend it to people who even haven’t ever heard of Fire Emblem.
  • Amazing game! Not so amazing options...

    5
    By Cohcohcohcohcohxoh
    First things first, I love fire emblem heroes. It is my favorite game on my phone. I love that Nintendo not only gives you a storyline, but includes amazing characters, unusual characters, or even characters that weren’t shown much in their game. Right now, I have about 75 five stars, 36 four stars, and 15 three stars, and I just reached tier 16. I love this game. But I do have some concerns. I have two accounts. The other account has about 15 five stars, 6 four stars, and 3 three stars. This account has more of my favorite characters, while the other really doesn’t. But I switch back-and-forth between them, deleting the app, restarting the app, doing stuff on this account, deleting it again, and restarting over and over again. I think you guys should add an option to switch between accounts. That would be great. You should also add an option to give heroes to other accounts. Because then, my account with most heroes could have some more heroes that I didn’t have on my account. But anyways, keep on improving, Nintendo!
  • Great game with some annoying features

    4
    By JackCarrick
    I’ve been playing this game since it was released in the winter of 2017. It’s a seriously addictive game. The art, music and combat make it feel like a “full” Fire Emblem title. The gameplay and storyline are engrossing, with a new chapter typically being released monthly. There is little about this game that I do not love, but the aspects that I do not love are incredibly annoying. The summoning system can be borderline infuriating; between most summoning events having an incredibly low chance to get a desirable character (3%), to the system not guaranteeing that the type of character will be available—thus lowering the chances from time to time. Another annoying feature are the several dozen levels that are absolutely impossible to beat, unless you have a VERY SPECIFIC set of skills at the disposal of your characters. I have almost 100 fully-leveled, five-star characters, and I still can’t beat most of these levels. Difficulty should be reduced. These features are nearly irritating enough to make me want to stop playing the game.
  • Best game for me on iPhone

    5
    By SomeGuy911
    I played the game since a bit after it came out. I have about 65 5 stars or so even after taking a 3 month break and once using 200 orbs without getting any 5 star until the end. But anyway the game is really creative on what you can do with units and customize them however you want. They give quite a lot away compared to other gacha games. There’s times you get good luck and no luck but if you keep playing you are bound to get something else you will like character wise. The art and quality is pretty great overall. Only thing I would like is possibly making the game more multiplayer like in some ways like if you and a friend are on at the same time you could battle each other on a map of your choosing or at the least message each other on the friend thing. Either way fantastic game! PS spent money on the 4.99 thing just because i wanted to give something to the ones who made the game instead a playing it 100% free.
  • ADD OWAIN!!!!!!

    5
    By Lobsterbro31
    This game is impossible to stop playing if you don’t take a break right away. The art is beautiful, decent graphics, and awesome voice acting. This game reaches out to many different types, there is luck based results in summoning for those who like games that rely on luck, there is strategy in how you build and use your units for those who like strategy(like me), there is action in the battles if you like action games, there is art in the characters if you are into art. If you like good games, then you have to download this one, or you have never played a good game. If you did not like the game, then you are one of those people who like games that are easy. You can hack the game to make it easier, but it makes it boring, so, if you like easy games, then go back to Pokémon, because you don’t deserve to play Fire Emblem. If you didn’t like the game because you didn’t get the five star you wanted, then save up next time. You don’t have to go pay to play. P.S.: Fire Emblem Heroes, ADD OWAIN!!!!
  • much to my chagrin, this game is a scam

    2
    By KennysOnlineID
    don’t get me wrong. I love this game with all my soul. I’ve poured countless hours into this game and still find myself enjoying it after a boring and stressful day at work. the developers even jump leaps and bounds for their players, listening to complaints and following up with GOOD quality of life updates... within the broken system of the game. Fire Emblem Heroes in its current state is a woeful predator to the wallets of children that can’t afford it. I am definitely not the only victim. I have lost so much money to this game I lost count, and all for a few dopamine hits of nostalgia. the fire emblem games I originally spent a pitiable $40 on have turned into this ugly online gambling mogul app with a 3% chance for WAIFUS AND HUSBANDOS. 97% of the time you are paying for orbs (the paid currency of the game) to get characters considered as trash in the meta. this game is a paid gambling simulator. if you play it, do not spend a dime, it will only lead to disappointment, regret, and maybe even bankruptcy unless you are spoiled and rich which doesn’t happen often in society as it stands. again, DO NOT SPEND MONEY ON THIS GAME UNTIL GACHA CONTROL LAWS EXIST, IT IS NOT WORTH IT.
  • Utterly Fantastic

    5
    By Someone who hates crashing
    I’ve been a fan of the Fire Emblem series since 2013 with Awakening, and since then I’ve played 1-8, 13, 14, and 15. Fire Emblem Heroes is not just one of the best mobile games Nintendo has made, but one of the best mobile games period. There is so much attention to detail with the heroes in the game, and the fan service is just spot on, as they really drop in little nods to other games in the series. However, if you intend on playing any other Fire Emblem games then you should be careful as Heroes is NOT afraid to spoil major plot points of certain games. The amount of improvement the game has gone through since last year is outstanding, and it keeps getting better. Intelligent Systems has really been listening to the fans and it shows. Even if you know little to nothing about Fire Emblem, the game is VERY easy to get into, as you can get 3 great 5 stars off the bat. I 100% recommend Fire Emblem Heroes to anyone looking for a gacha to really sink their teeth into.
  • Used to be a lot of fun.

    3
    By YoshiDudeGuy656
    I absolutely love the Fire Emblem series. With that said I’ve gotten and played all FE games after Awakening. But I’m starting to feel like this app has sunken to a pay to win aspect. When it first came out it was really just you spend money to get units you want. But now it turned into a meta of sorts and if you don’t have that meta the online arena is kinda shot unless you pick someone whose the same rank. And I know the way I play isn’t flawed because the battles can be very one sided. I shouldn’t have to go to the arena and have to worry about a single unit wiping my whole team because they happen to be OP. It’s always a unit that can one shot anyone, or a unit that simply can’t die to any magic or regular attack. I realize there is a weapons triangle but If my sword unit gets demolished by an axe weirder both of the same level then that should be unfair because it’s not strategy. And I’ve lost rank because of it. The ranking is also unfair, why have an option of two level 16s and then the very bottom a tier 1 when I’m only in a tier 8? That gets me mad
  • Great for FE on the go!

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    By Fancy typings
    FE Heroes is amazing! The gameplay is fun, great mechanics, OST, voice actors like the original FE titles on consoles! I love FE Awakening, Fates(Conquest), and Echoes on my NN3DSXL. FE Heroes is literally the only online mobile game I'm playing the longest (other mobile games lasted for a few days before deleting them). Personally I prefer to play full games on consoles with more depth to the story and characters, a more full-fledged and comprehensive world, however FE Heroes is totally great on the go. The only downside of the game is that the free orbs are too little as the summoning rates are at a horrifying 3% for a 5* focus unit. It can get really really expensive to get one character you want from a banner, sometimes other 5* units will break your "pity rate", and you have to start over from 3%. But overall FE Heroes is definitely worth playing, even for f2players. F2players can still get 5* units for free but most times can't be really picky about who to get from a banner.

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