I’ve been enjoying my time with Fire Emblem: Three Houses immeasurably, something I never anticipated would happen since I’m a complete newcomer to the strategy genre. I’ve noticed it’s primarily for the same reasons that Red Dead Redemption 2 was my personal game of the year in 2018, which is a game far closer to my comfort zone. But I know what you’re thinking; how is a western cowboy shooter about loyalty, plans, and Tahiti in any way the same as a Japanese strategy game about teaching and grand sword battles. Well, allow me to explain . . .