Fire Emblem: Three Houses
Summary: Fire Emblem: Three Houses brings the series to the Nintendo Switch, successfully delivering a game with a huge amount of content, variety, and depth across both its gameplay and characters. Fire Emblem fans will not want to miss this epic and grandiose entry.
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Fire Emblem: Three Houses fully realizes a new, meaningful direction for the franchise that makes it the best it has ever been.
Whatever path you choose, Fire Emblem: Three Houses is an absolute blast. It’s the best Fire Emblem title since Awakening, and it goes straight onto my list of must-play Switch games.
Fire Emblem: Three Houses is a masterwork in the strategy RPG genre. Everything about it is honed, polished and customizable in such a way that series veterans and new players alike can jump in and find a staggering amount of fun, challenge and charm.
It won our hearts with its gameplay and details.
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With lovable characters, a deep combat system with great improvements, an interesting story and a beautiful presentation, there’s very little not to adore about this Switch title.
It’s on a level that I would have never even thought a Strategy RPG could achieve in terms of the sheer amount of content and without the sacrifice of quality. It’s also now the first review that I’ve ever written that has a perfect score. I will be playing this game for years to come. Thank you Intelligent Systems, and thank you Koei Tecmo, for igniting a fire that I never knew even existed within me.
Fire Emblem: Three Houses is a true masterpiece of strategy game design. If this is where the franchise is going, I'm very excited for its future.
If you own a Nintendo Switch and you’re a fan of Turn-based JRPGs, Fire Emblem: Three Houses should be on your “Must buy” list right now. It comes highly recommended and will keep you busy for hours and hours on end.
It’s a fantastic game that will easily become one of the NIntendo Switch’s most memorable titles.
Fire Emblem: Three Houses is both a cumulation of everything that makes the series so good, and an evolution of its shortcomings. Learning from past successes and failures, it stands proud as an experience accessible to the masses, with the core balance still intact. In this nest of choice and freedom still exists the linearity and resource management I personally adore. For those who want everything, it's there for the taking. For those who want a classic experience, you can pave through the game. For those wanting a fantastic Fire Emblem experience, look no further.