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Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE (2015)

Gen'ei ibunroku #FE (original title)
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An RPG crossover between Fire Emblem and Shin Megami Tensei. Set in Modern Day Tokyo Japan. The pop star heroes fight an enemy called Mirages from another world threatens Tokyo. Friendly Mirages from Fire Emblem helps out the heroes.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Ryohei Kimura Ryohei Kimura ... Itsuki Aoi (voice)
Inori Minase ... Tsubasa Oribe (voice)
Yuki Ono ... Touma Akagi (voice)
Yoshino Nanjô Yoshino Nanjô ... Kiria Kurono (voice)
Ayane Sakura ... Eleonora Yoshimizu (voice)
Kaori Fukuhara Kaori Fukuhara ... Mamori Minamoto (voice)
Yoshimasa Hosoya ... Yashiro Tsurugi (voice)
Sumire Morohoshi Sumire Morohoshi ... Tiki (voice)
Ami Koshimizu Ami Koshimizu ... Maiko Shimazaki (voice)
Yûichi Nakamura ... Barry Goodman (voice)
Hikaru Midorikawa ... Marth (voice)
Kana Akutsu Kana Akutsu ... Tharja (voice)
Tomokazu Sugita ... Chrom (voice)
Hiromichi Kogami Hiromichi Kogami ... Virion (voice)
Saori Hayami ... Caeda (voice)


In Tokyo, rising pop star sensations become the target of evil mirages, creatures from another dimension who seek to steal their performa, a spiritual energy that gives them their talent. Good mirages protect them from the evil mirages.

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24 June 2016 (USA) See more »

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Shin Megami Tensei x Fire Emblem See more »

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There were originally plans for Tokyo Mirage Sessions FE# to be dubbed with English voice acting in the North American Wii U release. However, the company Atlus decided to have to it retain the Japanese language as it was very expensive to hire dubbed English voice actors. However, Atlus decided to have English subtitles in the localized North American and Europe versions as it was much cheaper to have English subtitles than it is to hire a dubbed English voice acting team. See more »


Touma Akagi: Dammit, she's getting away!
Tsubasa Oribe: ...It's okay. I won't let her escape! I'll never forgive her for what she did to Aya!
[Then Tsubasa jumps off the building and changes form]
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Dia Sweet Witch (Kiria version)
Song: Kiria (CV. Yoshino Nanjô)
Words: Akihiko Namamura
Music: Akihiko Namamura
Arrangement: Akihiko Namamura
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Tokyo Grind Sessions
26 November 2016 | by residentgrigoSee all my reviews

I am a longtime fan of both franchises and this crossover is a clear cut Persona light (in every sense of the word) with combat elements and names from Fire Emblem thrown in. Imagine a very fluffy and upbeat version of Persona 3, with minimal time jumps between chapters, and less involved "social links". The game's story further sucks and features about every shounen anime + power of friendship cliché there is. It is also technically a harem game but none of these relationships go anywhere. That's what happens if all your characters are J-pop idols, I guess, and the game's version of Tokyo completely revolves around idol worshiping. The horror. The game further lacks many comfort functions, as proper fast travel or battle animation skipping. You can also only track 1 quest a time! You can't play it on the gamepad alone too, due to it being burdened with menus for the sake of it. Meaning that many hours of grinding will be done in front of your TV, due to the surprisingly changing difficultly. The highly tactical battle and character building systems are great though and the actual gameplay flows well, if you forgive the crazy amount of backtracking. I ultimately had fun, despite the game, and what else is one supposed to buy for the WiiU? Just don't expect it to feel very "modern" and more like a PS2 era game. 6,5/10

PS: Look up the harmless, yet utterly ridiculous way the game was censored. BigN even re-recording sizable parts of the Japanese dub, but the original game is more tame than let's say Persona 3 or 4. Lol.

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