Tokyo Mirage Sessions FE Encore, Switch
- Battle through dungeons to pump up your strategy and creatively decimate your foes…before all hope fades to black.
- Each encounter will immerse you in deep, turn-based battles that blend the combat of the Fire Emblem and Shin Megami Tensei series into one brutal harmony.
- Fuse items to craft weaponry; then play to your strengths and crush your foes.
- Around every corner, you’ll find fun nods to multiple fandoms, including Fire Emblem references, dungeons themed to the entertainment industry, and stunning musical performances.
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The worlds of the Fire Emblem™ series and Atlus games have crossed paths again and the result is coming to the Nintendo Switch™ system. An interdimensional evil has invaded modern-day Tokyo, resulting in this fantastical barrage of music, style, and yes, danger. So, fight back! You and the rising stars you call friends will need to call on your own creative power—manifested as iconic Fire Emblem characters—to wage a secret war on rogue spirits that feed on creativity.
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Tokyo Mirage Session #FE Encore - Nintendo Switch
The worlds of the Fire Emblem series and Atlus games have crossed paths again and the result is coming to the Nintendo Switch system. An interdimensional evil has invaded modern-day Tokyo, resulting in this fantastical barrage of music, style, and yes, danger. So, fight back! Battle through dungeons to pump up your strategy and creatively decimate your foes…before all hope fades to black.
You and the rising stars you call friends will need to call on your own creative power—manifested as iconic Fire Emblem characters—to wage a secret war on rogue spirits that feed on creativity. Each encounter will immerse you in deep, turn-based battles that blend the combat of the Fire Emblem and Shin Megami Tensei series into one brutal harmony. Fuse items to craft weaponry; then play to your strengths and crush your foes. Around every corner you’ll find fun nods to multiple fandoms, including Fire Emblem references, dungeons themed to the entertainment industry, and stunning musical performances.
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Story is surprisingly fun and quirky, and famous locations like Shinjuku and Harajuku are featured,
and a ton of side quests are available which unlock new abilities for the characters.
Wasn't expecting to have this much fun but its a much more light hearted Persona and the animation and songs are great and keep up the fun vibe.
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-Changed Tsubasa's Wedding costume by painting her whole body white except the face, so now she looks like she is wearing a white bodysuit under the wedding costume.
-Changed Gravure Dungeon theme into general photography theme, which ruins the entire plot of this dungeon.
-Changed Tsubasa's Feel costume .
-Removed Tsubasa's hip Bones.
-Changed Ellie's swimsuit costume.
-Change Maiko's swimsuit costume.
-Covered a boss's cleavage with black smoke.
-Changed ages to Tsubasa, Itsuki, Yashiro, Touma, and Ellie.
-Removed all gravure photos from Gravure dungeon.
-Changed Ellie, Tsubasa, and Maiko's group poses in Gravure dungeon.
-Removed the Hot Springs DLC and side story completely.
-Hot Springs DLC included new costumes which we never got as a result of its removal.
-Removed panties and replaced with black void.
-Dialogue changes to gravure modeling and age changes led to over 340 lines of dialogue being changed.
-Magazine ad textures around town changed from swimsuit outfits into street-wear and the wedding costume being covered up in an ad as well.
What makes matters worse is that this time even the remastered Japanese version of the game is based on the Censored Western version, that means Japanese gamers will play a Japanese game sold in Japan that is heavily censored by Western localizers.
So what is this game? It’s a turn-based RPG that pulls in a lot of elements that form the backbone of the Persona and Shin Megami Tensei series. It combines dungeon crawling with turn-based combat.
Important note: the english version of the game doesn’t have english voice acting, but has been localized quite well so that you enjoy the story even with the voice actors speaking Japanese. That will be a dealbreaker for some, but for JRPG fans, it’s something that you’re dealt with before. We got spoiled with Persona 5! :)
Overall the game is a lot of fun, has bright, colorful art direction, wonderful animations, fully animated cutscenes, and has a story that will keep you entertained for a solid 40-60+ hours depending on how thorough you want to be.
The music is great. The artwork is wonderful. However, despite the comparison to Persona, the overall presentation isn’t as polished and shined up, like Persona 5. It’s a bit more dated in appearance, more akin to Persona 4 Golden. But none of that impacts the gameplay, which is fun and compliments a great story.
If you’re a fan of any games in the similar vein of gameplay and style, there’s a lot to like about Tokyo Mirage Session #FE (pronounced “sharp FE”) Encore.
I buy Japanese games so I can experience a different culture. Stop trying to control what I am allowed to look at and play.
At this point I am just happy that I waited for a used copy. Now I can play this game with a smile on my face because I know not one dollar that I spent is going to the people responsible for making this travesty.
It's a fantastic RPG with one of the best turn based battle systems I've ever played (with Bravely Default coming in second)
Hoping this game finds success on Switch because it really is incredibly fun, albeit a bit cliche and very "anime".