Three Sides to Every Story: GeekDad Reviews ‘Triangle Strategy’ for the Nintendo Switch

While the Advance Wars and Fire Emblem series kicked off my love affair with turn-based strategy gaming, it was another Game Boy Advance title, 2003’s RPG-heavy Final Fantasy Tactics Advance, that truly cemented the genre as a longtime favorite. Even from its earliest reveal, Square Enix’s Triangle Strategy reminded me of FFTA, with its…

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