Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Fortissimo Edition Coming to Wii U

Tuesday, May 3rd, 2016

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Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE
Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Fortissimo Edition is coming to the Wii U on June 24th. This edition includes a six track CD, artbook, download code for extra content, and more.
Check out the press release for more on this title.
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PRESS RELEASE

SLAY EVIL MIRAGES – AND SLAY LIKE A POP STAR – IN UNIQUE JAPANESE RPG TOKYO MIRAGE SESSIONS #FE, COMING TO Wii U ON 24th JUNE

 

The Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Fortissimo Edition includes six-track CD, artbook, a download code for extra content, and more

Anyone ready to take on a totally new kind of RPG experience should get ready to give a virtuoso performance in Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE, arriving on Wii U across Europe on 24th June. In this new title from the RPG masters at Atlus, tactical turn-based combat and a story rooted in modern-day Japanese culture combine with stellar production values for a real one-off experience. This energetic game features a deep battle system inspired by both the Fire Emblem and Shin Megami Tensei series imbued with a J-Pop twist, and includes real-life locations in Tokyo.

Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE follows a squad of Japanese teens, including high-school student Itsuki Aoi, his friend Touma Akagi, and aspiring pop idol Tsubasa Oribe. When a wave of evil Mirages attacks Tokyo and kidnaps Tsubasa, she and Itsuki fearlessly fight them off with the help of Fire Emblem characters Chrom and Caeda, eventually freeing themselves from the Idolasphere. When they return to the real world, they’re recruited by Talent Agency Fortuna Entertainment – secret defenders against the invading Mirages – and commit to destroying the evil once and for all.

As the story unfolds, players will explore dungeon-style Idolaspheres, each with a unique theme such as photography or television, where they’ll battle Mirages in richly strategic turn-based combat. Exploiting enemy weaknesses, inspired by Fire Emblem’s “rock-paper-scissors” weapon triangle system, deals extra damage and can lead to Sessions: combination attacks where teammates continue the onslaught to pile on the damage. Battle possibilities expand even further as combatants learn new skills and abilities, giving tacticians the ability to unleash spectacular special moves and devastate their opponents with strike after strike.

Players’ journey through this stylish adventure will be accompanied by the original Japanese voice acting (with English subtitles), as well as the original soundtrack created by Japanese company Avex, to fully immerse fans in a modern-day Tokyo beset by evil mirages.
Launching alongside the solus game on 24th June, the limited Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Fortissimo Edition should be music to RPG fans’ ears. Arriving with an artbook, six-track Special Vocal Selection CD, song lyric cards and stickers, it also includes a download code for all planned downloadable content. These three packs, which will also be available to purchase separately in Nintendo eShop, include additional dungeon quests and costumes for several characters for the complete Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE experience.

Get ready to slay evil mirages – and slay like a pop star – in Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE, an exclusive Japanese RPG from the genre masters at Atlus, coming exclusively to Wii U on 24th June.

For further updates:
Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE websitehttp://www.nintendo.co.uk/tokyomiragesessions
Wii U website http://www.wiiu.co.uk
Nintendo of Europe on Twitter https://twitter.com/nintendoeurope
Nintendo UK on Twitter https://twitter.com/nintendouk
Nintendo on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NintendoUK
Wii U on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WiiU
Nintendo UK on YouTube http://www.youtube.com/NintendoUK
Nintendo UK on Twitch http://www.twitch.tv/nintendouk
Nintendo of Europe on Twitch http://www.twitch.tv/team/nintendo
Nintendo of Europe on Instagram https://instagram.com/nintendoeurope
Nintendo UK on Instagram https://instagram.com/nintendouk/

About Crystal Colwell

What's up everyone? Crystal here! I spend my time writing up the news for you all and keeping us all up to date with incoming game info from Japan. I do a little bit of everything else around here, too. 🙂 Happy Reading!




  • KissDisqus

    I’ve been pretty butthurt about this as a SMT/FE fan since its trailer reveal, but after reading some weeb reviews and watching videos I’ve been warming up to it.
    I can’t see this game selling well so I’ll just wait till it goes to the bargain bin to pick one up.

    • blackice85

      Be careful then, Nintendo published stuff usually doesn’t end up in the bargain bin because they tend to produce smaller quantities and not many excess copies. So not only is the price less likely to drop much, but it may even go up substantially if it becomes hard to find. Pikmin 3 was like that until they reprinted more under the Nintendo Selects label.

    • j0eeyy_p

      This is exactly why I don’t game on Nintendo systems much among other reasons. The games simply do not fall in price, and often I end up passing on them.

  • j0eeyy_p

    This PR is insulting. Nintendo send out this PR after this LE sells out. They better make more, as advertising an already sold out limited edition is an insult to the fans, especially those who miraculously managed to miss the news first time around.

    However, it’s still nice to see oprainfall start getting NoE PRs 🙂

    • Panpopo

      I am assuming you are talking about a European version? The NOA SE edition is still on gamestop:

      http://www.gamestop.com/wii-u/games/tokyo-mirage-sessions-fe-special-edition/130255

    • j0eeyy_p

      Yep, the EU one. Normally it’s the other way round, where NoE print too many (Xenoblade) and NoA too little (Devil’s Third, Xenoblade).

    • azariosays

      that is insane i had no idea this sold out and they gave that to us. I apologize.

    • Evilader

      This is news was already 2 weeks old, they posted it on their Twitter page on april 20th.

      It’s not their fault that Operation Rainfall is only now posting this.

  • MusouTensei

    No thanks.

  • Stealth

    My most anticipated game of the summer.

    Previews have all been glowing. This is going to be a cult classic hit