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  • When you play a Nintendo game, you pretty much always know what you're going to get. Fire Emblem is a strategy RPG with lovable characters and tough battles. 1 / 7

  • Fire Emblem: Three Houses doesn't stray from this concept. It Just deepens the relationship-building, as well as the lore, so you feel more invested than ever. 2 / 7

  • Three Houses somehow manages to both double down on the notorious dating sim element and address its biggest flaws. Relationships can't actually get to the romantic level until the late game, and most students are older. 3 / 7

  • There's also an exemplary execution of a hub world that goes on to the drum of everyday life, and you are a part of the routine. The mundane serves to ground you in the setting. 4 / 7

  • Strong customization elements make battles a little too easy as you can make an army of monsters without much effort. 5 / 7

  • To find out how this all culminates into the final product, read the full review! 6 / 7

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