The Fire Emblem series is fantastic. I shall brook no argument upon this. What isn't awesome, however, is furryism. I purchased Radiant Dawn, thinking that it would maintain the high standards of quality set by scores in the 7.5-80 range. The issue is, however, that cancerous matter of furryism.
The first section of the game doesn't emphasize the matter of furryism, preferring to focus on the oppression of the people of Daein. In the beginning of the third chapter, it is established that the country of Begnion, the oppressors of Daein, wants to eliminate the Laguz, the aforementioned furries. Such a noble goal is greatly opposed by the heroes, and the game begins to SHOW IT'S TRUE COLOURS!
The furries are not presented as the horrible pedophilic incestuous monsters they truly are, and actually sympathetic. The story goes on, with the protagonists killing innocent soldiers who were merely doing their jobs. The story continues with the introduction of a group called The Branded, who are half Laguz. They are shunned by both species, but are incredibly talented. The horrific, pro-bestiality lie of it is shocking.
As has been CONCLUSIVELY PROVEN, by JOURNALISM, Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn should be banned from stores, and all copies should be burned, before Nintendo comes out with this: