Ever since I threw my first snowball in Final Fantasy Tactics Advance, I fell in love with the world of strategy games. Moving characters on a grid and fighting bad guys, building your units by choosing their classes and weapons, and stories on the scale of the JRPGs I grew up on drew me to the genre. But while strategy games gel pretty strongly with me, they’re a niche genre with modest followings compared to the fandoms of other series. As a result of the relatively limited appeal of strategy games, there aren’t a ton of them out there, and the genre can for the most part be boiled down to a few core series – excluding of course a robust indie scene of which I personally have barely scratched the surface.
At the time of writing, E3 has just come to an end. And while a lot of folks…
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