It’s an incredibly busy week for Switch with the release of titles like fall menAnd the Roller heroes And the Sonic Origins. Besides all these games, we also got the title of first party Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes.
This is another amazing Musou game by the Omega Force team that sees you (the player) in control of the brand new character Shez, as they prepare to face off against the protagonist Three Houses Byleth. From here you unite with Edelgard, Dimitri and Claude, and are invited to embark on an entirely new adventure.
In our own review, we noted how the game improved over its 2017 predecessor in many ways, and also featured some solid performance and an action-packed campaign – giving it nine out of ten stars.
Here’s a summary of what other outlets have said about the game so far. GamesRadar + (Mostly) I like it, and I give it a 3.5 out of 5:
“Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes rides a great hybrid battle system while barely slowing down for its lovable characters.”
Vooks.net He praised the game for its flawless combination of gameplay and strategy – giving it a 4.5 out of 5:
“Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes might be the best Warriors game yet. It’s a totally flawless blend of fast-paced hack-and-slash gameplay with a methodical and thoughtful strategy, with a returning cast as vibrant as ever. With a team as big as him, it’s no Surprisingly a lot of the characters feel the same in combat, but it’s easy to look back on how amazing every other aspect of it is.”
Nintendo Insider She gave the game a 9 out of 10, noting that it was an “exceptional feature” among several Warriors games on Switch:
Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes brazenly leaps into battle, delivering tactical brilliance and equally heroic action. This is an exceptional feature among the many Warriors games on the Nintendo Switch, and perhaps the best portable home console embellishment up to this point – loaded with armies to slaughter, honest storytelling and more. of enough content to keep you occupied for months on end whether at home or on the go.”
Comicbook.com He said he’s “closer to perfection than he’s entitled to,” rating 4.5 out of 5:
“Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes He has enough DNA for the privilege to satisfy him. And in some ways, zooming across the battlefield while unlocking abilities like Assassinate or Nosferatu feels more in line with Fodlan’s chaotic, war-torn battlefields than it did before.”
And the destructive Also impressed by the latest entry from Warriors, awarding 9 out of 10 points:
“While the essence the Warriors The gameplay probably won’t win the people who have already tried to get into it, those of you who enjoys it Must have a lot of fun with three hopes. “
Will you try this game out for yourself when it hits the Nintendo Switch later this week? Tell us below.