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.
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!
Heads up everyone, it’s the Prince of Iris reporting in! I’ve been kindly invited to contribute to our site as a guest editor, and I’m happy to be here with my first article! Without further ado, read on!
Recently, Nintendo of Europe released a new trailer for Tokyo Mirage Sessions ♯FE Encore, the upcoming enhanced version of the game for Nintendo Switch. You can watch this trailer in higher quality on YouTube.
In the first few seconds, the trailer notes that Encore will only have Japanese voiceovers, just like the original Wii U game. There may have been hope or speculation from fans that this wouldn’t be the case with this new release and that there’d be English voiceovers this time around, but this small note appears to finally settle the matter.
As a reminder, new to Encore will be French text. This was already mentioned on the Nintendo eShop, but there’s supposed to be Chinese text available as well. Presumably, this can be adjusted through the Nintendo Switch system settings.
The trailer provides a first look at an all-new outfit for the character Touma, appearing during battle. This outfit never showed up in the Wii U version, but it appears to be based on his existing Ouga suit. I wonder what’s the story behind it…
It was detailed previously that there would be more costumes yet to be revealed. So this is one of them! What other new outfits could await the wardrobe?
The wait for new Fire Emblem: Three Houses information has been painful for fans, but we can breathe a sigh of relief for now. During the February 2019 Nintendo Direct, we got our first look at the brand new Switch title since its E3 2018 debut.
The new trailer seems to open where the last one left off, with the mysterious young green-haired girl–presumably a dragon, because of her pointy ears–waking up from her slumber. Well, we’ve had dragons sleeping for centuries with Tiki, but 200+ days is quite a long time for us humans to wait!
As we suspected, this girl isn’t Tiki herself, but a brand new character that we later learn is called Sothis. She seems a bit surprised to see you here–and we’ll learn why later.
Right afterwards, we’re shown the game’s logo, which has been slightly updated. In particular, the “Three Houses” text now has a fancier, cursive font. The Japanese logo has been updated too, with the “moon” kanji (getsu) resembling a crescent moon.
It’s not just the logo that’s different, the world map of Fodlan has a few changes too. Most notably, the name of the three key nations–and the name of the continent itself–have been updated with their English translations.