is , but it’s not terribly challenging. Even on “Hard,” I breeze through most fights. But and development team have something to keep all of you tactical geniuses on your toes: “Maddening mode.”
Nintendo has launched this new higher difficulty tier as part of a new wave of downloadable content for Three Houses. This mode changes the game up in a few key ways. Levels will now have more enemies, and those opponents will have better stats. But the biggest difference is that the more deadly named villains will now pursue you.
On Hard, I’ve definitely found that positioning my squad is important. You don’t want one character to take multiple attacks, so it’s important to use your units to draw attacks away from