Yeah, I'll just mention Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes when it's a little late. I bought the game on the launch day, and considered doing a review. However, I kept telling myself to try again. A month later, though, and I'm still not sure where the time came.
Three Hopes is a fantastic new twist on the Three Houses story. It allows you to explore specific characters and plotlines that were previously unreported in the game. I think it is unnecessary since it requires a certain level of strategy to fit the Fire Emblem brand. It's still enjoyable and allows for Byleth, the previous player character, to play an antagonist.
Shez, the player character, is the most likely culprit. I understand their purpose in the game: A starting point for new players, and a jack-of-all-trades to fill Byleths position. However, Shez feels like he was shoehorned into the narrative, and this is not the case in Three Houses. If the stories focused on the three lord characters Edelgard, Dimitri, and Claude, they would have depicted them as their moral compass.
The Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic remake is reportedly on hold, although I'm not necessarily weeping for it. Perhaps Aspyr themselves are reimagining the game's history. I'm also excited about the new dino game The Lost Wild, and let it be known that I'll be testing out Digimon Survive this week.
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What to watch this week
New on subscription services:
- Inside (Xbox Game Pass)
- Kingdom Rush Vengeance TD+ (Apple Arcade)
- Sweet Transit (GeForce Now)
- Blasphemous (GeForce Now)
- Command & Conquer Remastered Collection (GeForce Now)
- Genesis Alpha One (GeForce Now)
- This Is the Police (GeForce Now)
- This Is the Police 2 (GeForce Now)
- Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Storm Ground (GeForce Now)
- Roguebook (GeForce Now)