Now that Fire Emblem Engage is available, the question of whether or not you really need to first play Fire Emblem: Three Houses before tackling Alear’s adventure on the Nintendo Switch, has come up.There are some similarities and differences between these two titles.
However, Fire Emblem Engage is not a sequel to Fire Emblem: Three Houses in any fashion. While many of the games in this franchise take place in the same universe, they have their own individual storylines in most cases.It is to the player’s benefit if they have played some of the previous entries to understand who the Emblem summon characters are, but is it required?
Let's find out.One of the great things about the Fire Emblem universe is that while they share a common ancestry, storylines, and features, they can often be played out of order.
Fire Emblem: Three Houses tried something new, adding deeper social activities to the franchise. Players had to take part in a Persona-style time management system.You had to teach classes, and keep up with the growth and education of your charges while also participating in heated, tactical battles.Read more on sportskeeda.com