Only a few days left until the release of Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore!
Nintendo from Japan has shared a new trailer highlighting the new features exclusive to the Nintendo Switch version of the game, including new costumes from the worlds of Atlus like Joker from Persona 5. Take a look at the video, and continue reading as we look over Nintendo’s new Topics article covering more updates in further detail.
We’ve an impromptu follow-up to our earlier update about Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore, and one we think merits your attention!
After reviewing the game’s store page on Amazon JP to confirm about the exclusive postcards, we noticed they very recently added an image of the back of the game’s box. It looks nice, but otherwise not particularly interesting. That is, unless you look closer…
Heads up people, it’s almost showtime! With the stage set for Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore to debut next week, Nintendo of America has prepared a new trailer today focusing on the game’s battle system. Don’t miss it!
Combat is a big focus of Tokyo Mirage Sessions, and this video touches on the essentials any player should know to make it out on top.
In other recent happenings, Avex, the entertainment company responsible for producing the music for the game, also just dropped a preview trailer of the upcoming Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore Best Sound Collection CD album, slated for release alongside the game itself in Japan. Come take a look!
Can you believe that Tokyo Mirage Sessions ♯FE Encore is out just three weeks from now?
Nintendo from Japan is sure to remind us by launching a make-believe company profile page for Fortuna Entertainment, the production agency and hidden base of operations for the protagonists in Tokyo Mirage Sessions. Fortuna and its productions may not be real, but the page is so impressively elaborate that it’s hard not to appreciate. So we decided to transcribe the page and its contents for your convenience.
But before we get into that further, Nintendo also recently shared two short Japanese web commercials giving a quick overall look at Encore and its combat system. Check them out!