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The game has also been released in Europe and Australia. Gameplay There are a total of 48 characters in this game. These include both male and female units. Units can be purchased in two different ways, either through summoning a certain unit or through leveling up. The two characters to purchase can be different each time. The game's story mode consists of four episodes and a tutorial, which can be played through on both the Game Boy Advance and Nintendo GameCube. In the game's story mode, the player can choose whether to join the war between three warring nations, the Kingdom of Altea, the Empire of El Dorado, and the Kingdom of Helemeia. Each nation is armed with different weapons and tactics. Each unit has strengths and weaknesses; for instance, warriors are the best at fighting and hand-to-hand combat, but they have a lower defense. The player may decide to use any unit, which will force the player to unlock them through the game. The game features a deck builder, similar to the Dominion and Dominion 2 games. Development A prequel, titled Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light, was released in Japan on the Game Boy Advance on July 7, 2004. The game revolves around the characters and unit's background story and focuses on one of the main characters in the Japanese version, Lute. The game has a completely different story to the rest of the series and features all 48 characters from Fire Emblem:Thousand Swords. In December 2004, Nintendo released the game for the Nintendo GameCube in Japan. This release contains the five Chapters of the game as well as the game's strategy guide and strategy guide book. The GameCube version also features a new system, the Arena, allowing the player to create a customized team of units. This team is then able to fight together, or against each other, in challenges in the Arena. Reception On its debut week in Japan, it was the eighth best selling game in the region. IGN's Lucas M. Thomas rated the game an 8 out of 10 and stated, "If you're looking for a new strategy game on the GameCube, you owe it to yourself to check out Fire Emblem." In their review of the GameCube version, they stated that it is not worth buying the Game Boy Advance version. GameSpot also reviewed the GameCube version, giving it a 7.5 out of 10 and they said that the game is "a standard Fire Emblem experience". It

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