Fire Emblem: Three Houses - Cindered Shadows for Nintendo Switch
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Fire Emblem: Three Houses - Cindered Shadows

Feb 13, 2020
To get a playcore, a minimum of 30 gamer ratings and 3 critic reviews are required.

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This game requires the base game Fire Emblem: Three Houses to play.

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About this game

Content Rating: Teen


Meet the Officers Academy's secret fourth house, the Ashen Wolves, in a new side story featuring new characters, locations and more! Unearth the secrets beneath Garreg Mach in this expansive new content.

Gamer Reviews

6 Reviews
0 review
May 31, 2020
Un DLC incroyable !

Mais malheureusement pas très long :'(

Et les nouveaux personnages sont justes géniaux !


Apr 26, 2021


May 13, 2020

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Critic Reviews

10 Reviews
Joshua BroadwellFeb 18, 2020
Barring some iffy integration and the fact that new classes are locked behind DLC, Cindered Shadows and the Three House expansion pass are completely worth it. Though short, the story is a chance to learn more about some vital players in the main game and get a new look at the world itself. The combat is the best Fire Emblem combat in years, and you get some very good carryovers into the main game that make it worth going back yet again to re-shape the world.
Austin SutherFeb 16, 2020
In this conclusion to Fire Emblem: Three Houses' Expansion Pass, you can expect great new characters and more interesting stories to explore, this time within the Abyss. Some maps can repeat and it's exceptionally difficult, but it's a worthy closing.
Donald TheriaultFeb 18, 2020
Cindered Shadows truly takes the playstyle of pre-Awakening Fire Emblem: map after map, limited things to do to prep, and forcing budgeting for most of the time. The maps themselves are about the same difficulty as about a chapter from 17 to 20 in the base game, but without the backup of possibly having higher-end classes.