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Peter Triezenberg
Atlus is Handling Tokyo Mirage Session #FE's Localization
Plus, a new trailer.
04.25.16 - 12:07 AM

There's been a lot of recent scuttlebutt regarding the Nintendo Treehouse's localization of games like Xenoblade Chronicles X and Fire Emblem Fates, so those who pay attention to that sort of thing will be pleased to know that Atlus will be handling the localization of their upcoming Wii U RPG Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE.

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According to a Nintendo representative, "Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE was localized by Atlus in a way that is consistent with the localization work they do on games they publish. It was a priority to ensure the game feels familiar and appeals to longtime Atlus fans. Any changes made to the in-game content were due to varying requirements and regulations in the many different territories Nintendo distributes its products."

So, that's all well and good. There's also a brand-new "First Beats" trailer for the game which you can check out below. Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE will be out on June 24th in North America and Europe.




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