Developer: Max Entertainment
Release Date: October 1994
System: SNES (Super Famicom)
Genre: Tactical RPG
Save Feature: Battery
Feda: The Emblem of Justice is a turn based Tactical RPG that was released exclusively in Japan for the Super Famicom (Super Nintendo) and has since been translated into English by fans. Players are in charge of a rogue military unit lead by a former imperial soldier named Brian and his friend Ain who have set out to drive their former masters from the occupied nation of Arcadia. Brian’s unit travels from area to area completing various objectives through the course of the game and fighting soldiers of the Balformian Empire in fairly orthodox grid based tactical battles. Feda differs from other tactical RPGs in that the player’s decisions in battle will have an impact on their reputation. Players who follow orders issued at the start of battle will be considered lawful, while those who attack the enemy mercilessly will be considered chaotic. There are a number of characters who join Brian, many of which will remain in the party regardless of the player’s alignment, but some will only join and stay in the party if the player is lawful or chaotic. Feda features twelve chapters (or Areas) and about eighty mandatory battles as well as multiple endings, special abilities, and weapons.
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