Fire Emblem: Three Houses (Switch)
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- Turn-based tactical RPG delivers all-new twists on strategic battling
- Choose between 3 houses: The Black Eagles, The Blue Lions, and The Golden Deer
- Order is maintained by the Church of Seiros from its headquarters at Garreg Mach Monastery, home to the Officers' Academy
- Assign battalions of troops to support individual units in their battles
- Roam around the Garreg Mach Monastery and interact with your students to bond or collect intel
- Meet House Leaders and future rulers Edelgard, Dimitri, and Claude
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Of the 1705 reviewers who responded, 1675 would recommend this product.
- Best in Ages- 1 août 2019
An absolutely incredible game. Well, well over 100 hours of content and that's not even considering its replayability. The graphics leave a lot to be desired but we're coming from the 3ds, so I don't think many were expecting much. It's amazing to have an FE game with a great narrative and phenomenal presentation. Every single bit of dialogue is voiced. The world is phenomenally built and there are parts of the story that will genuinely shock you (I'm looking at you, unnamed continent of Fates). Major and minor characters who appear tropey at first but develop so much throughout the story and throughout their supports. A definite must play.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- I’m not sure how I feel about this.- 5 août 2019
This game is fun, but I was expecting a Fire Emblem game, not a Persona game or whatever. For me, everything they added to this game I do not see as an improvement. It’s not that bad in all honestly, I do like the Fire Emblem sections a lot but they are far and in between, which is why I’m iffy on the game so far. The RPG elements are fine, they just take up too much time to get the battles in my opinion. The thing is that you don’t want to skip these parts also because apparently what you do during these parts matters. All in all, it’s a good game, but if I would have known more about it before I bought it I don’t think I would have gotten this.No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
- Deep strategy and character building- 20 mars 2020
Fire Emblem games tend to capture me, because I greatly value world building and strong characters above all else. Fire Emblem certainly has characters in spades; some are peppy, some are dour, some are shy, some are bold, and all are worth getting to know. Over the course of the adventure, I bonded and grew attached to my merry band of students, and found myself looking out for ways to make sure they were fulfilled and enriched. With a strong combat system that encourages you to think on your feet and plan ahead, there's no lack of options at hand. Overall, I very much have enjoyed my time so far with the game, and look forward to more.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.