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Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE [Special Edition]
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featured reviewHayato01 (501) on 08, Feb. 2016 09:59 (HKT)
A cross over of Fire Emblem and Persona. Gameplay is like Persona with a little Fire Emblem in there. Music is great and story is interesting
- A new ATLUS RPG inspired by the Shin Megami Tensei and Fire Emblem franchises
- Play to your strengths in high-energy turn-based battles against rogue enemies
- Use your creative power to summon iconic Fire Emblem heroes to battle alongside and save the city
- Exploit enemy weaknesses and destroy them with powerful, flashy, entertainment-themed attacks
- Fuse items to craft increasingly strong weapons and abilities
- Save your city and become a star in this shamelessly over-the-top RPG
descriptionTokyo Mirage Sessions #FE (also known in Japan as Genei Ibunroku#FE and Shin Megami Tensei x Fire Emblem) is Nintendo's Fire Emblem and Atlus's Shin Megami Tensei crossover RPG! Amazing Fire Emblem style characters design, advanced battle system, new added social link and texting programs and well-written in-depth storyline, this collaboration game surely surprises us again! Not only will gamers see plenty of popular Fire Emblem characters, but also its revamped Shin Megami Tensei modern style gameplay tailored for Wii U!
The story sets the stage in modern Tokyo; same like many other metropolis around the world, lots of passionate young people come to this city to pursue their dreams. While it seems like they are not the only ones come to this city, evil creatures named "Mirages" also wander around Tokyo in order to steal "Performa" - a magical energy activated inside human body when people fulfill an accomplishment and shine their way. Follow the main protagonist Itsuki Aoi and his friends to master these dangerous Mirages and realize their stardoms to be top artists!
As well, gamers will also see revamped Shin Megami Tensei style turn-based battle system; where players will have to carefully analyze the weakness of enemies before each round of command for the sake of triggering massive "Session Attack" and kill the foes once and for all~
For the Fire Emblem fans, expect to see Chrom, Virion, and Tharja from Fire Emblem Awakening, Caeda, Cain, Draug, and Navarre from Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light, and even Tiki as they are woven into the story with critical roles.
First proposed in 2010 by Nintendo Kaori Ando, this crossever almost never happened due to scheduling issues due to Atlus' workload; fortunately full production began in 2013, and as the project grew, more interesting factors joined in. Not only does Tokyo Mirage Sessions feature musical production from Japanese entertainment giant Avex Group, accurate real world references to actual areas and popular culiture such as Vocaloid software fill up the game's universe. As well, due to the Japanese setting and aesthetic, Western releases will use the original voice track with subtitles rather than a dub.
Praised in Japan by critics as a masterpiece, Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE has even gotten the accolade as one of the best recent RPGs, applauded for evolving the Megami Tensei battle system and lighter-toned story.
Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Special Edition includes:
-Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Game
-DLC Download Codes
-CD Soundtrack + Song Cards
|Official Release Date||Jun 24, 2016|
Titles rated T (Teen) have content that may be suitable for ages 13 and older. Titles in this category may contain violence, suggestive themes, crude humor, minimal blood, simulated gambling, and/or infrequent use of strong language.
|Product Measures||19.5cm x 14cm x 2.5cm|
Fire Emblem X Shin Megami Tensei For A Masterpiece RPG!
Tokyo Mirage Sessions ♯FE - First Beats Trailer (YouTube)
Tokyo Mirage Sessions ♯FE – Hyped for Combat (YouTube)
Tokyo Mirage Sessions ♯FE - Official Game Trailer - Nintendo E3 2016 (YouTube)
Mastering Dungeons Trailer
|Average rating:||(4.5 out of 5)|
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It is not Fire Emblem, it is not Persona. But it is a union between the two that works very well. Long, intricate and with quality matches. A game made to measure of its predecessors, sinning at times of repetitive, but that remedies it with an intelligent use of the gamepad.
Bought it during a sale and put about 12 h into it so far, it's a very different game, but feels like it has a very solid rpg fundamentals.
After also watched some persona 5 streams it is really similar gameplaywise it seemingly, with maybe a bit less interaction between dungeons(still quite a bit). That said I'm still only at chapter 2, it has great presentation, but you might want to watch trailers to know what to expect of the story(which is why i put it on 3 stars atm, opinion might change deeper into the game).
Don't listen to all the haters.
All the complaints of "idol trash" only account for a chapter or two. The setting is about the show business at large, and involves drama, stage plays, and fashion.
Very great RPG don't miss excusive for wii u.
Like the Persona series, you play as a high school student trying to balance life versus battles against otherworldly beings trying to destroy humanity. The big difference is that some of your team are idols, and music, song and performance play a big part in the story. While fun, I have to say that the main heroine's lack of self-confidence becomes really grating after the first half-dozen times she needs the player character to give her a confidence boost. You've already performed in front of thousands of people and defeated numerous horrors, woman! Stop needing me to hold your hand!
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