It's been a great year for the Nintendo Switch, with many top tier games released just about every month.
One of the biggest highlights was Fire Emblem: Three Houses, developed by the talented team at Intelligent systems. We praised the game itself when it arrived in July and we're glad to say it's now been recognised at this year's Game Awards as the best strategy game, beating titles such as Wargroove.
To top it off, later on in the show, it was revealed Three Houses had won the Players Voice award. This was a three-round 24-hour vote featuring 24 games that allowed players to have their say by locking in their top three games.
Three Houses took 45% of votes in the end and was followed by Super Smash Bros. Ultimate in second place with 22% of votes, EA's Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order in third and Death Stranding in fourth place. Put your hands together for Fire Emblem in the comments below.