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Topic: Tokyo Mirage Sessions for Switch?

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Silly_G

@jump : I would assume so given its niche appeal. It seems kind of redundant including a dub for a game so heavily centred around J-Pop. It would be nice if they did for those interested, but I think they would have announced it in the direct if they were going to include an English dub as that may have been a tipping point for some potential buyers.

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I'd guess so. Nothing wrong about it tho.

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Ralizah

https://personacentral.com/tokyo-mirage-sessions-fe-encore-ne...

  • New songs and music videos have been added
  • All songs, including the new songs by Kiria Kurono and Tsubasa Oribe, are produced by the Japanese production company Avex.
  • New costumes have been added.
  • Players can choose to keep or remove Tsubasa’s glasses.
  • The president of Fortuna Entertainment Maiko Shimazaki (voiced by Ami Koshimizu) participates in battle in the form of Sessions (and not as a whole new playable character) with a new costume.
  • Tiki (voiced by Sumire Morohoshi) also participates in battle via Sessions, with additional story elements.
  • Encore features a new adventure for the protagonists, with an additional dungeon.

Sounds like a decent amount of added content.

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JaxonH

Excellent new overview trailer released by Nintendo UK.

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BlueOcean

The added content is minimal but the game is very interesting. I'm not a Japanese-stuff lover and I really enjoyed this game. It is the last Wii U Game that I have played and it's better that I expected. It's well written, visuals are simple but nice, mainly the characters. The dungeons are bad though. The game is quite enjoyable and interesting and combat is a lot of fun. And it has that Black Rain song. The vocals performances in this game are not great but it's interesting that the actors that dub the game are also the ones that sing and for some of them this was the first time that they did it. I'm not a fan of Tsubasa's voice but the rest are fine. In short, I honestly recommend it!

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Ralizah

I'm curious about this additional dungeon and story content.

All the other additions are... nice to have, but not essential. Way better than most Wii U ports, but not on the level of something like Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition.

Apparently they added a minimap to dungeons, though, which is nice.

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SwitchForce

Ralizah wrote:

Looks like the Japanese site updated one of the screenshots with an outfit from the censored english release.

Seems likelier and likelier that the Switch release features the changes made to the Western Wii U versions, but across all regions now.

What a ripoff we gamers are right to be PO at them.

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Quarth

I'm really looking forward to be playing this on Friday, have it pre-ordered. Must finish AI: The Somnium Files before that though, I think I'll manage.

I'm not sure the songs are for me, but at the same time I think they'll add to the game's charm, at least what it looks like. 🎵

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the8thark

SwitchForce wrote:

What a ripoff we gamers are right to be PO at them.

No we do not.

If you can’t handle a few little changes then just move along and let the rest of us enjoy the game.

I actually prefer the western version but I’d be ok with either as overall it’s quite a fun game.

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SwitchForce

@the8thark Really then tell me why WiiU version sold out. Your in the minority here and threads all over the internet says otherwise.

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@SwitchForce

I've finished the game in WiiU, the Western version. All that censorship nonsense was totally blown out of proportion. You also know many people like to use the internet to over sensationalise things.

People are all worked up about a little less cleavage in their games. Talk about those people acting all immature. Censorship only changes things when it affects the core message or art style of a game. This did not happen here in TMS. Honestly if you didn't know about the censorship thing, you would happily play the western version and enjoy it.

I only found out about the censorship thing after I was half way through the game. Sure I thought, it was a pointless thing to censor the game in the way they did. But unlike you, I acted like ant adult, accepted it and moved on to continue enjoying the game.

Also your "so called" majority is actually a vocal minority. The majority don't get on their soapbox to complain. Why whould they with a relatively good game. They just bought it and played it.

Also you need to know what the vocal minority is. It exists for lots of games. A small number post everywhere online with their dislike of a particular game for whatever reason where the majority don't post online and just enjoy the game.

The reason the game didn't sell as well at it could have is:

  • The game is overly niche
  • No English voice acting
  • Poor advertising
  • People thinking it was a lot more FE than it actually was.
  • Not promoted that well in store
  • The WiiU having a small install base

As I said above.

"If you can’t handle a few little changes then just move along and let the rest of us enjoy the game."

I don't hate on games I don't like, without a valid reason. I realise not every game caters to my tastes and others might like it. Maybe you should do the same.

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rallydefault

I'm thinking about getting this. I'm not an Animal Crossing guy, so not much big coming up on Switch for awhile for me. I have a Wii U and thought about getting this back then, but just never materialized.

I watched the eShop video last night and, yea... it's super Japanese lol

But that's fine. I just care if it's fun to play.

I don't know, we'll see. This or Assassin's Creed 3 and 4 until the Spring. (Couldn't pick two more unalike games lol)

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Ryu_Niiyama

Can't wait! I've not played this in english so super excited (I don't care about the regional differences twaddle...games have had localization edits since the 80s if not earlier. It's a thing that happens.)! I haven't checked to see if its dubbed or not but either way I'm raring to go! (plus it will be a break from DQ).

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kkslider5552000

I actively dislike the changes they made in localization, but I still think its a game worth playing regardless. Maybe less so on Switch, which actually has a wide variety of games to choice from, but I still liked it a lot regardless.

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SwitchForce

@the8thark they why implement the Censorship then, their logic has no logic if they were so concerned of the small base players. They were trying to push their Morals disguised in Censorship is what the take is and gamers have noted that. Their own reply don't add up to what it means to censorship of public protection or Real Morals. This all comes down to we think our Morals should be your Morals aka "We will think for you instead" if they were really concern with real protection of true Censoring then this games clearly shows it's not of that.

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the8thark

@SwitchForce

They were damned if they did and damned if they didn’t in the west. People always find something to complain about.

Actually there is one part of the game that is changed more than the petty cleavage change most people are complaining about. I actually preferred the changed area in the western release. It made the area more about the character’s personality and less about their cleavage.

If you hated on every video game developer equally for every pointless change ever made you’d be here for a very long time.

You are whinging about a few small changes and who is allegedly thinking for who.
The majority who bought the game are just enjoying the game for what it is. A very fun game.

You are free to be offended as much as you want to be.
The rest of us don’t share your opinion. (silent majority)

Obviously Nintendo and Atlus thought the game would be well received enough to re-release it on Switch.

Your hatred of the changes will not stop anyone interested in the Switch port from buying it. It’s a great game and those who buy it will have a lot of fun.

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Ralizah

@Ryu_Niiyama The spoken dialogue is still in Japanese. They never invested in an English dub, for whatever reason.

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Ryu_Niiyama

@Ralizah Oh...well. Um that sucks. Hmm. Perhaps I should import instead then. I hadn't looked at any of the promotional material so I assumed there was a dub.

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SwitchForce

the8thark wrote:

Actually there is one part of the game that is changed more than the petty cleavage change most people are complaining about. I actually preferred the changed area in the western release. It made the area more about the character’s personality and less about their cleavage.

Sorry to say but this paragraph missed the real reason and wasn't about cleavage. This was Japanese game not a Western game. They had no real problem unlike western regions that wanted everyone to think how they wanted everyone to think.

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