Episode 40 – Don’t Be A Pickle Rick

It’s episode 40 of Make Me A Gamer! That’s 10 away from 50!!! (I can do math!) Another Friday episode because T-Man has been ultra tired and maybe playing games instead of editing podcasts! Enjoy!

This Week on Make Me A Gamer

Harvey Z Snaps: Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man movies vs. All other Spider-Man movies

Main Course: Washington Justice’s win streak in Overwatch League, and the history of Fire Emblem

TMan’s Game of the Week: Fire Emblem: Three Houses

(This episode was recorded on August 8, 2019.)

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Review: Fire Emblem: Three Houses

So I’ve put over 70 hours into Fire Emblem: Three Houses – probably the most time I’ve dedicated to a single game since Assassin’s Creed Odyssey last year. I’ve still not completed my first route (Blue Lions represent!) but I’m closing in on the end. I don’t know when I’ll get to the second and third playthroughs for the other houses, but I legitimately want to see everything from the other perspectives. That’s how engrossed I am at the story level.

The mechanical level has also hooked me, obviously. Three Houses is the best Fire Emblem has ever been on the tactical battle level. Critical battle information has been streamlined and made much easier to access. Leveling up your characters outside battle is also more engaging and you have a lot more options at your fingertips to create bonds between your characters. And the characters are all stellar. I love the Blue Lion house and their interactions both on and off the battlefield. The recruitment system has also allowed me to nab the characters I like from other houses as well.

I’m starting off glowing about the game, but there are a few low points which I’ll also get to. As a heads up, this review won’t contain any major main story spoilers, but might contain minor support conversation spoilers.

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