Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE for Nintendo Wii U
Wii U

Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE

Jun 24, 2016

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

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About this game

Developer: Atlus
Content Rating: Teen

Summary

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 fight back—command your creative potential, save the world…and become a star.

Gamer Reviews

3317 Reviews
9.15

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Critic Reviews

45 Reviews
8.01
Donald TheriaultJun 22, 2016
In this year of portable RPGs, it's easy to look at Tokyo Mirage Sessions as a bone being thrown to the console audience. But even if you buy it because there's one other Nintendo-published game on the system this year, you're looking at 110+ hours for 100% completion, with a New Game+ and one of the craziest final bosses in a Nintendo published RPG in a long time. I lost multiple nights of sleep because I wanted to just keep playing. Tokyo Mirage Sessions is a great finale for this month, and I just hope there's eventually an encore.
Alexa Ray CorrieaJun 22, 2016
Tokyo Mirage Sessions #Fe is gorgeous, fun, and a smart collaboration all around. Backtracking through dungeons and running up against tedious bosses can bring the momentum down, but overall the game is something worth exploring. After a few dozen hours the semi-ludicrous story and systems set in front of you feel so comfortable together that this mashup of developer Atlus' most popular franchise and Intelligent Systems' beloved strategy RPG seems like it was destined to be.
Daan KoopmanJun 22, 2016
The colorful world, the characters, the battle system bring the whole experience together in a varied, entertaining package. Tokyo Mirage Sessions does too many things well for the small issues of load times and small hub worlds to really matter. There are very few RPGs that I wanted to see 100% completed, but darn, I am glad that it is this one. This game is nuts and is something wholly unique and special. And you know what? That is why I will be playing it again and again in the years to come.

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