Review Roundup: Fire Emblem Three Houses is an Ambitious Title That Elevates the Series to New Heights
One of Nintendo’s biggest exclusive titles for 2019 is about to launch and critic reviews for the highly anticipated title — Fire Emblem: Three Houses have hit the internet!
From early reviews, it looks like Fire Emblem: Three Houses have taken the franchise to new heights by creating one of the most ambitious entries in the series! From the characters, storytelling, worldbuilding, and gameplay, Fire Emblem: Three Houses delivers on all front and some more!
Down below are some of the most respectable gaming sites in the industry, check out the highlights for their reviews on Nintendo’s latest title — Fire Emblem: Three Houses.
Fire Emblem: Three Houses fully realizes a new, meaningful direction for the franchise that makes it the best it has ever been.
Fire Emblem: Three Houses succeeds in its ambitious telling of a land at war helmed by captivating leaders, in which no side has all the answers. Its tense battles are made all the more harrowing thanks to new strategy elements, and the colorful cast of troops you send into the fray are incredibly charming. With a new take on training and bonding with your units, and the many activities and options available to sample, it’s absolutely begging to be played multiple times.
Fire Emblem: Three Houses is ambitious, and takes more chances than previous entries in the series. The way it lets your role as professor play into both the narrative and gameplay is nothing short of fantastic. This is the most I’ve ever cared about my Fire Emblem characters, and that’s incredibly high praise.
Fire Emblem: Three Houses is, quite possibly, the most ambitious JRPG you’ll play this year. And perhaps the most impressive part about the whole game is that it actually manages to deliver on that ambition.
When all was said and done, all I could think about was starting another playthrough.
Kotaku No Score
It isn’t pretty or easy, and it comes with more than its share of heartbreak. But it is worth it: to fight, to resist, to push for a better world. In Fire Emblem: Three Houses, Dimitri, Edelgard, and Claude all envision a future for Fódlan that’s radically different from the one they live in. By the end of the game, one of their dreams will be realized. It’s nice to spend time in a world where that’s not only certain, but believable.
Fire Emblem: Three Houses is set to release exclusively for the Nintendo Switch on July 26. Are you excited for the upcoming entry in the long-running franchise? Let us know in the comments below!