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Fire Emblem Three Houses

 

 

Fire Emblem Three Houses  

 

I purchased Fire Emblem Three Houses because I wanted to Twitch stream this game. This Nintendo Switch game comes in the extremely respected physical copy format. I love how Fire Emblem Three Houses comes with Japanese or English voice acting. I personally prefer the Japanese voice acting. Which do you prefer? There are three campaigns for three different houses in Fire Emblem Three Houses. Kind of like Shining Force III but in one game instead of three. Nintendo is the publisher of Fire Emblem Three Houses, and Intelligent Systems is the developer. It can take over two hundred hours to beat all of the scenarios in Fire Emblem Three Houses.

I plan on Twitch streaming Fire Emblem Three Houses for quite some time now. Probably my main game for the rest of the year. I hope you come by and watch those streams, chat, follow, and throw some bits our way. You can get a good feel for this game, and my experiences with it. I am thankful Nintendo is dumping the Nintendo 3DS and moving their franchises to the Nintendo Switch. Fire Emblem Three Houses is a better experience on the Switch. Expect a full review to appear in an upcoming issue of the perfectly divine Family Friendly Gaming magazine and e-magazine. Fire Emblem Three Houses does contain content that is for those family members thirteen and older only.
{08/24/2019}
- Peter

 

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