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I'd like to talk about the opening video.
Here are some GameXplain videos in case you want an idea of some of the basic stuff in the game;
IGN shared a video showcasing the classes in the game.
GameXplain answers 40 questions about this game now that Derrick has had about a week with it;
Could someone notify me when somebody starts streaming the game please? I mostly just want to see the final boss.
Why are you using final boss in the singular for a game confirmed to have at least four routes?
Look, so far we don't know if the alternate routes share the final boss or not, so until then I'm only going to refer to the final boss as just the final boss.
Given that the game includes giant monsters and a slew of mechanics revolving around them specifically I'm sure the Final Boss will be a huge dragon.
*gasp* They would NEVER do that!
Yeah, they're breaking the mould with this release.
But I wanna it to be huge dragon! All previous dragons have been 1 square each with maybe multiple targets!(I don't count Grima being the map itself :p)
Blazing Sword says hi
That dragon didn't even have a freakin' name...
And even that one was just size of one square
For some reason, I recalled it having an oversized map sprite.
Still frickin huge battle sprite though.
Well, yeah, its sprite is large enough to go beyond square's borders, but it doesn't actually take space from squares next to it
With this being one of few Fire Emblem games to give a lot of focus to giant monsters that aren't dragons, the last thing I would want is for the final boss to be yet another dragon. I guess one of the routes can have a dragon as its final boss, but no more than that, please.
When did dragons go from "Epic final encounter with a giant, immensely powerful monster" to "Overused giant lizard boss fight"?
Radiant Dawn and Fates: Revelations both have final bosses that take up multiple tiles.
OK, Ashera isn't a dragon, but still.
These aren't any actual spoilers for Three Houses, I just wanted to share these posts I found;
Choices and Consequences
Meet Bylad and Bylass
Questions about houses
Whose side are you on, Mercedes?!
Famitsu gave "Three Houses" a score of 37/40, same as "Shadows of Valentia".
you know it just hit me that this is potentially a thing you can do
Gah, for a moment I thought there actually were screenshots of that particular romance.
Still hoping that screenshots of Female Byleth's same sex romances will pop up soon, if only to just get some closure on the whole thing.
The person reviewing the game for Polygon held an AMA about general non-spoilery things.
The most important detail: Dancers are not gender locked.
Will they still be called Dancers or Bards?
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