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  • Summary: The worlds of the Fire Emblem series and Atlus games have crossed paths again and the result is coming to the Nintendo Switch system. An interdimensional evil has invaded modern-day Tokyo, resulting in this fantastical barrage of music, style, and yes, danger. So, fight back! Battle throughThe worlds of the Fire Emblem series and Atlus games have crossed paths again and the result is coming to the Nintendo Switch system. An interdimensional evil has invaded modern-day Tokyo, resulting in this fantastical barrage of music, style, and yes, danger. So, fight back! Battle through dungeons to pump up your strategy and creatively decimate your foesbefore all hope fades to black. You and the rising stars you call friends will need to call on your own creative powermanifested as iconic Fire Emblem characters -- to wage a secret war on rogue spirits that feed on creativity. Each encounter will immerse you in deep, turn-based battles that blend the combat of the Fire Emblem and Shin Megami Tensei series into one brutal harmony. Fuse items to craft weaponry; then play to your strengths and crush your foes. Around every corner you'll find fun nods to multiple fandoms, including Fire Emblem references, dungeons themed to the entertainment industry, and stunning musical performances. Expand
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  1. Positive: 50 out of 59
  2. Negative: 0 out of 59
  1. 100
    It's a brilliant concept, well told, and backed by Atlus' skill with turn-based combat at its peak.
  2. 90
    With quick loading and Nintendo Switch portability, it’s easy to call this the definitive version of Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE. It’s a fun, silly, and engaging experience that excels at paying homage to two iconic game franchises while also crafting its own memorable, endearing world. Fans of the addictive RPG gameplay of Persona 5 or the charming characters of Fire Emblem: Three Houses will be right at home with this game, as long as you’re prepared for yet another lengthy RPG experience to absorb your life for a while.
  3. Feb 6, 2020
    90
    Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore comes to the Nintendo Switch as one of the most colorful and captivating games of the JRPG genre. Its new dungeon, music and character assists push the original game and its content forward, but ultimately it might fail to win over those who have already experienced the game on the Wii U.
  4. Jan 15, 2020
    80
    At its heart, Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore has delivered what’s expected in an enhanced port. New content, improved UI and small tweaks to make the gameplay faster all make a significant difference to the overall enjoyment. Although flawed in places, it’s a JPRG that dares to be bolder and braver with its stylish sequences and kawaii (though bizarre) story. It may not be to everyone’s tastes, but its whimsical ways will spoil those who can’t help but enjoy adorable things. Thanks for reincarnating this one, Atlus.
  5. Jan 24, 2020
    80
    If you have a Switch, Tokyo Mirage Sessions is an essential purchase – and if you harbour a fondness for anime and its aesthetic, it is worth buying a Switch for. This is, simply, the first cult-classic game of 2020.
  6. Jan 15, 2020
    80
    Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore is still the colorful, bizarre and satisfying RPG we already played on Wii U.
  7. Jan 15, 2020
    60
    Gone pretty unnoticed during its first release on the Wii U back in 2015, the title developped jointly by Atlus and Intelligent Systems was and still is a niche game, mainly aimed at both JRPG and J-pop enthusiasts. This second iteration only provides some new minor features such as costumes and an original dungeon, where the characters dreams can be fulfilled... Quite a program, but still technically flawed, specially on TV mode.

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  1. Positive: 22 out of 61
  2. Negative: 36 out of 61
  1. Feb 4, 2020
    10
    Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore is that kind of game that makes your day a little bit brighter in a realm of sadness. Atlus and IntelligentTokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore is that kind of game that makes your day a little bit brighter in a realm of sadness. Atlus and Intelligent System did a really good job in this crossover. Of course, there are some flaws but the whole game is really outstanding.
    The combat is really dynamic and beautiful, it is a different kind of the turn based standard.
    Characters despite MC have good personalities and their stories are very solid.
    The OST, specially the concert songs, are incredible enthralling, and most of the time you will find yourself cheering for the characters to get their roles and jobs they are so eager to have.
    I have never played the WiiU version, and I am glad that Nintendo brought this masterpiece to Switch, as I have said, it made my days a little brighter.
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  2. Jan 17, 2020
    10
    Amazing... the disappointment of not getting a persona 5 on the switch is being cured by this game. Forget about censorship and just play theAmazing... the disappointment of not getting a persona 5 on the switch is being cured by this game. Forget about censorship and just play the game, if you're a fan of persona series or SMT you will enjoy this game. Didn't play on wii U back in the days. But this switch version i believe is the best. Faster loading screen and beautiful in handheld. Expand
  3. Jan 18, 2020
    8
    Not for everyone. But it does what it set out to don’t fantasticly. Super fun combat system. Never had a Wii U, so I’m super happy I got toNot for everyone. But it does what it set out to don’t fantasticly. Super fun combat system. Never had a Wii U, so I’m super happy I got to play this on my switch. Expand
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