Fire Emblem: Full Houses is Exactly the Crossover That It Sounds Like

Fire Emblem: Full Houses is Exactly the Crossover That It Sounds Like

If you've ever dreamt of a Fire Emblem crossover with Full House, then this fan-made video might just make your dream come true.

With its release in the last few weeks, Fire Emblem: Three Houses has already been deemed as an excellent entry in the series and seems sure to win over fans both new and old. While there’s always going to be the debate about who is the best boy/girl which of the houses is the best to start with, what isn’t up for debate is that Fire Emblem and Full House happen to make an excellent pairing.

Over on YouTube, Chris Lloyd (aka ARCADE!) created a hilariously tongue-in-cheek crossover of Fire Emblem and Full House in the appropriately-titled Fire Emblem: Full Houses. If you’re a lover of either the acclaimed strategy-RPG series or ’90s sitcom, the video is sure to check a lot of boxes: hot anime men and women, grainy CRTV visuals, and that classic theme song.

While it’s only been out for a little under two weeks, Fire Emblem: Three Houses already seems like it’s on the path to becoming a commercial success, on top of the already strong reviews that it has received so far. With the series itself having gained more and more of a following as the years go on, it’s encouraging to see how the once niche series has picked up an audience worldwide, especially when leading to fan creations like these. Now if only it was an actual show…

Fire Emblem: Three Houses is available now exclusively for Nintendo Switch, and you can pick up the game now over on Amazon. For a closer look though at what Fire Emblem would look like as a ’90s sitcom, you can check out the video below:


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