After felt like a safe sequel to the excellent , looks make some interesting changes to Nintendo’s strategy franchise.
Fire Emblem: Three Houses comes out for the Switch on July 26. I’m playing an early copy right now. I’ve put in just over a dozen hours, and it still feels like I’ve far from seen everything the game has to offer. I’m not just talking about missions, but I mean all of the new systems and features that are appearing in a Fire Emblem game for the first time.
This is also the first Fire Emblem game to be released on a home console since 2007’s Radiant Dawn for the Wii. Of course, the Switch is both a home console and a portable device, but