May 04, 2016

The Curtain Is Set To Rise For Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE

Nintendo and Atlus first announced this game years ago now, which left fans scratching their heads attempting to understand what it could possibly be. Over the past 12 months we have gotten more of a look and now we have more details, when Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE launches on Wii U on June 25th, players are in for something very different.

Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE follows a squad of Japanese teens, including high-school student Itsuki Aoi, his friend Touma Akagi, and aspiring pop idol Tsubasa Oribe. When a wave of evil Mirages attacks Tokyo and kidnaps Tsubasa, she and Itsuki fearlessly fight them off with the help of Fire Emblem characters Chrom and Caeda, eventually freeing themselves from the Idolasphere. When they return to the real world, they’re recruited by Talent Agency Fortuna Entertainment – secret defenders against the invading Mirages – and commit to destroying the evil once and for all.

As the story unfolds, players will explore dungeon-style Idolaspheres, each with a unique theme such as photography or television, where they’ll battle Mirages in richly strategic turn-based combat. Exploiting enemy weaknesses, inspired by Fire Emblem’s “rock-paper-scissors” weapon triangle system, deals extra damage and can lead to Sessions: combination attacks where teammates continue the onslaught to pile on the damage. Battle possibilities expand even further as combatants learn new skills and abilities, giving tacticians the ability to unleash spectacular special moves and devastate their opponents with strike after strike.

What is important to note is that because the game was built around the idea of using music for battles and such, the game won't be dubbed into English, the audio will be fully Japanese, which means all voice and songs will be in that language, for those of us who don't speak it, English subtitles will be provided.

When the game releases, players will be able to pick up the game on its own, or they can invest in the Fortissimo Edition, which comes packed with the game, an artbook, six-track Special Vocal Selection CD, song lyric cards and stickers, it will also include a download code for all planned downloadable content. 

The dlc content for the game will also be sold separately and are set to include additional dungeon quests and costumes for several characters for the complete Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE experience.

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