It's hard to believe that we could be living in a world with no western Fire Emblemavailability. We can owe it all to Super Smash Bros. Melee, which sort of introduced the series to the west by way of Roy and Marth, and the rest is history.
Western audiences immediately resonated with the strategy series by genre veterans Intelligent Systems, and they never really looked back. From there, Nintendo did everything they could to spread the word with retro re-releases and timely localizations. We are now finally at the point where Fire Emblem games are worldwide releases.
Fire Emblem: Three Houses is a perfect game to usher in that standard.