Here, order is maintained by the Church of Seiros, which hosts the prestigious Officer's Academy within its headquarters. You are invited to teach one of its three mighty houses, each comprised of students brimming with personality and represented by a royal from one of three territories. As their professor, you must lead your students in their academic lives and in turn-based, tactical RPG battles wrought with strategic, new twists to overcome. Which house and which path will you choose? The game features the refined gameplay the Fire Emblem™ franchise is known for. Command a party of warriors to move and fight on a grid-based battlefield and, for the first time in the series history, assign battalions of troops to support individual units in battle. As a professor, you are responsible for teaching your students and improving their skills in their academic lives and in battle. These may be school assignments, but the stakes are very real. Your students' lives depend on your leadership. It's up to you to guide each of them so that they may wield a variety of weapons, master the study of magic, and acquire special skills such as horsemanship. But there's more to being a professor than commanding armies. Freely roam Garreg Mach Monastery and the academy within it while interacting with talented students to build relationships and gather intel. After meeting one enigmatic girl named Sothis, you'll come to realize that she appears only within your mind. What other mysteries await?
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I went into this game with little expectation, and was utterly blown away by the macro and micro content available in this title. Prepare for 80+ hours of in-depth story telling, customization, strategy and more.
This is the game of the year 2019. The writing and story are remarkable. The gameplay is satisfying. The characters are brilliant. Outstanding music, fully voice acted, I bought this on release and I'm still raving about it all these years later.
According to my game it took me 73 hours to beat one story. The entire time I was engrossed in the story and world. The designers have done well to build the characters around you. They range from tackling different types of problems from, abusive parents, self-abuse, depression, lost of control over your life, the horrors of war, and what it's like to go off the deep end of sanity. Though I didn't find the type of people normally considered husbando and waifus I found relatable characters everywhere I looked. All this complemented by a gameplay that is breathtaking, not to mention more open to experimenting your own style. A high recommendation to anyone who has patience and likes games for story telling.
I've known what FIRE EMBLEM was for years but Three houses is the 1st FE game that I have ever played and I LOVED IT!!!! what an ENJOYABLE EXPERIENCE I couldn't put the game down LOL. Not giving any story plot away due to SPOILER REASONS but even after ya beat the game there is still MUCH REPLAY VALUE FUN to be had with other story paths and will have more content coming later with EXPANSION PASS what I purchased as well
Took me about 50 hours which is about what I expected. I turned off permeate death because I would have RAGED too much LOL about halfway 25-30 hours or so in is when difficulty starts to RAMP UP a little bit
Just sucks that in new game+ your character level is RESET to ONE but get to keep your professor level and all abilities that you learned
Redeem custom case artwork from My Nintendo. Really WANT edelgard plus male and female byleth. Come on Nintendo make FE Three Houses amiibo I want to give you money please :)
I went into this game thinking it would be mostly combat, like Fire Emblem Heroes for mobile. But it's actually a much deeper, richer game with an engaging story that actually makes you CARE about the figures you're moving around on the battle, and try really hard not to lose them.
And to be clear, that's not a bad thing. I don't really like anime, and this game is in that style, but I like it anyway. There's so much replay value to it, too, since you can pick four different main routes that are all distinct and that's even before DLC comes into play.