It’s been a while, huh? My last review lies back quite a few months. So what have I been up to, you might ask? Well, one thing that I did was spend 100+ hours playing this game right here.
To be honest, I had never played a game like Fire Emblem. With this I’m referring to both this genre of games as well as any prior Fire Emblem title. What actually got me into playing this game then? One word: Edelgard. Wait, actually two words: gay Edelgard.
But let’s start things the regular way. What is this game even about? Well, Fire Emblem: Three Houses is a tactical role-playing game in which you play as a teacher in a monastery, teaching and guiding your desired group of characters, or to be more specific, one of the three main houses. The students of these houses come from one of the three major rival nations of the continent of Fódlan. While these nations are at peace in the beginning of the game, I’m pretty sure you can already guess that this peace does not last for too long.