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General News - Fire Emblem PC Alternatives

Discussion in 'Game/SP News & Comments' started by RPGWatch, Aug 15, 2019.

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    [​IMG]PCGamesN found seven Fire Emblem PC alternatives:

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    Looking for a Fire Emblem PC game? Here are seven alternatives to try

    All the squares you could hope for

    Fire Emblem: Three Houses is a unique union of Persona and grid-based warfare. It manages to make building an army fun as well as a megalomaniacal necessity. Unfortunately, the fantastical TRPG (that's tactical role-playing game) series is exclusive to Nintendo platforms. Bummer. But don't despair; there are a ton of similar games available right now on PC.

    Indeed, from tiny mech battles to post-apocalyptic road trips, you might argue that there has never been a better time to dive into classic grid-based tactics games. They may not let you share tea with your students-turned-soldiers, but the format has been applied to a huge range of settings with a number of twists thrown in, offering more depth and diversity in turn-based combat than we've enough free time to enjoy.

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