Fire Emblem: Three Houses is the highest scoring Fire Emblem game by Famitsu

The latest issue of Famitsu reviewed Fire Emblem: Three Houses which releases later this month on the Nintendo Switch.

Three Houses scored 37/40 which is the highest score for a game in the series. The latest releases shares this score with Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia, which released for the 3DS back in 2017. Shadows of Valentia was a remake of 1992 Famicom title Fire Emblem Gaiden, which was the second game in the series.

Below are the full list of Famitsu scores for other Fire Emblem games so you can compare them to Three Houses’ score:

Three Houses (Switch): 37/40
Shadows of Valentia (3DS): 37/40
Fates (3DS): 36/40
Awakening (3DS): 36/40
New Mystery of the Emblem (DS): 34/40
Shadow Dragon (DS): 34/40
Radiant Dawn (Wii): 33/40
Path of Radiance (Gamecube): 34/40
Sacred Stones (GBA): 35/40
The Blazing Blade (GBA): 34/40
The Binding Blade (GBA): 36/40
Thracia 776 (SNES): 35/40
Genealogy (SNES): 31/40
Mystery of the Emblem (SNES): 36/40
Gaiden (NES): 28/40
Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light (NES): N/A

Fire Emblem: Three Houses releases on July 26 exclusively for the Nintendo Switch. We’re really looking forward to the game although I still think the box art looks horrible. Will you be checking out Three Houses later this month? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

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