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Colin Burns
Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Hitting Western Shores on June 24th
Ahh, TMS is SMT backwards. Clever.
03.04.16 - 1:09 AM

First it was Shin Megami Tensei X Fire Emblem, then it was Genei Ibun Roku #FE but now, during the recent Nintendo Direct, it has been officially dubbed Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE for its Western release on June 24th in North America and Europe. This Wii U crossover title is full of J-POP, bright colors and cool hair. What more does a JRPG need? This game looks like it has the potential to surpass Xenoblade Chronicles X to become the best RPG on the system. Here is the official word from Nintendo and a new trailer.

Slay monsters—and slay like a pop star—all at the same time, in this brand-new RPG from acclaimed developer Atlus. A sinister force from another dimension has invaded modern-day Tokyo, resulting in a fantastical barrage of style, fashion, music and, of course, danger. So play to your strengths in high-energy turn-based battles, then fuse items to craft powerful weapons and crush your foes. Around every corner you'll find fan-service—including Fire Emblem references—original songs by Japanese entertainment giant Avex, dungeons themed after the entertainment industry and eye-catching music performances.




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