Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance

released on Apr 20, 2005

Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance is a tactical role-playing video game developed by Intelligent Systems and Nintendo SPD, and published by Nintendo for the GameCube home console in 2005. It is the ninth main installment in the Fire Emblem series,[c] and the third to be released in the west. As with previous installments, gameplay revolves around positioning characters on a battlefield to defeat an opposing force. If characters are defeated in battle, they are removed from the rest of the game.

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It's a big step into the 3D. I can give it that but playing this in 2023, It's slow and bland.

The best game to introduce someone to the Fire Emblem series (assuming they can afford it!) The game progresses at the perfect clip introducing new mechanics, lore, characters and conversations to keep you engaged. The story and worldbuilding are very good, though the gameplay is a bit slow especially with animations on.
The game is on the easier side of the series as a whole (with a few exceptions) but newcomers to the series will appreciate that.

An absolute travesty that this and its sequel didn't sell well. The Tellius FE games are wonderful tactics experiences that hit juuuust the right difficulty. It's even probably got the best plot and worldbuilding in the series. Also the protagonist is gay as fuck i love this game.

Awesome world and story, lacks quality of life from later entries. Character lineup and the fact that it was my first FE will always hold up. Ike rules

they don't make em like this anymore