When you hit the main menu of Tokyo Mirage Sessions ♯FE, there's no start button. Instead the bright, rainbow-coloured visuals invite the player to debut, a seemingly minor change of wording that nonetheless sets the tone for the entire game. In this candy-coated world heroes are showbiz sensations, dungeons are department stores, and songs save lives. You don't just step into battle - you take to the stage.
First announced way back in 2013, this crossover RPG between the Fire Emblem and Shin Megami Tensei series has been raising questions - and eyebrows - from day one. The reveal trailer was all visual flair with little to really grasp onto, while the sheer concept of mixing these franchises together was a shock in and of itself. With veteran developer Atlus at the helm, the end result is an addictive and enjoyable title that's bolstered by a fluid combat system and some stellar presentation.
From the get-go, Tokyo Mirage Sessions reveals itself to be utterly drenched in J-Pop culture, and wears a contemporary Japanese setting on its sequinned sleeve. While this isn't completely impenetrable for Western audiences, the glitz and glamour of show-business isn't merely background noise. Our heroes are right at the heart of the idol entertainment industry; all of them are either singers, actors and models that were recruited by Fortuna Entertainment - a production company with a twist. In secret, these young rising stars dedicate themselves to fighting back mysterious beings known as Mirages, and are paired up with familiar faces from the Fire Emblem series in order to do so.
This duality defines how the story is told, which splits the characters' time between advancing their careers and gearing up for battle when the Mirage forces strike. Playing as new recruit and young student Itsuki Aoi, you take on the role of a 'Mirage Master' to link up with a powerful warrior known as Chrom - straight out of Fire Emblem: Awakening. These Fire Emblem spirits manifest as special weapons in battle, with recent favourites like Tharja and Virion joining older heroes like Caeda. Some clear visual redesigns haven't changed their personalities either, which makes for plenty of fun moments where they clash with the modern-day setting. So don't worry; Tharja hasn't forgotten how to creepily stare and obsess over people from afar.
The main questline is broken up into chapters, with each one introducing a new dungeon to explore and advancing the plot as you progress. In between these chapters there are also Intermissions, which last as long as the player wants and allows ample time to fulfill side-quests or simply wander around Tokyo. There are several explorable regions, such as the fashionable Harajuku district and the bustling Shibuya station, and three different stores where you can buy items, accessories and outfits for your characters. A handy map allows you to jump around these locations at will, but the real action all takes place within the Idolosphere.
Entrances to this warped dimension appear all throughout Tokyo, often mimicking real-life locations or certain aspects of celebrity life. In true Shin Megami Tensei style you'll need to make it to the very center of these multi-layered mazes to challenge the boss, and there are plenty of treasures to find along the way. Each Idolosphere is a visually distinct labyrinth that revolves around a key gimmick, with an early example being cameras that zap your character back to the start of an area if you pass by them. While they never outstay their welcome, dungeons are actually designed to accommodate players who want to handle each one in chunks, with a variety of useful shortcuts and teleporters to take advantage of. Using these, navigation can be quick and painless, which gives incentive to take breaks and stock up on supplies for another big push forward. You're also encouraged to revisit previous dungeons in this way, as new enemies and optional missions pop up long after the boss has been defeated.
Another carryover from the Shin Megami Tensei series is that encounters aren't totally randomized, instead appearing as cloaked figures that roam dungeons and give chase on sight. Because of this, Itsuki can swat them away and mostly avoid combat altogether, but is also able to get the upper hand and avoid ambushes by striking first. Rare enemy encounters and Savage encounters offer a unique challenge when you encounter them, rewarding you with valuable loot or confronting you with higher-leveled enemy types respectively.
Rather than skipping encounters, it could be argued that the true strength of an RPG has much to do with its combat system, and here Tokyo Mirage Sessions really shines. Classic turn-based battles are shaken up by energetic camera angles and a wealth of different strategies to employ, leading to fun and dynamic combat that keeps you coming back for more. Using teams of three characters, players are rewarded for taking advantage of the famed Fire Emblem weapon triangle, as well as elemental resistances and weaknesses to gain the upper hand. Class types from Fire Emblem also carry over, although to better suit the modern setting mounted cavalry now ride motorcycles and dark mages wield microphones instead of staffs. A Master Seal can also be used to upgrade your Mirage and specialise their role in the team further.
Attacks are mostly based around skills, which are broken up into several distinct categories. Active skills form the bulk of your physical attacks and magic spells, while Passive skills grant specific buffs to your fighters and help tweak a character's build to your liking by altering their stats - this enables you to toughen up a vulnerable archer's defense, for example. While it's a little trial and error to start with - hitting enemies with different attacks and seeing what sticks - if you probe for weaknesses and choose your moves carefully combat quickly begins to flow together with a musical rhythm, and this is primarily due to 'Session' skills. These add an extra effect to your active attacks that can spur teammates into dealing damage even when it isn't their turn. Stringing these together can dispatch enemies with a satisfying flourish, and eventually even calls in non-active characters to fight momentarily. With limited slots for all skills, there are some tough decisions to be made in regards which you keep and which you replace, and all of this comes together to add plenty of depth to engagements.
Outside of standard skills, which consume energy points to use, there's also an SP meter that slowly builds up as you fight. Each time it fills you earn a point, to a maximum of three, and spending these allows the activation of hugely powerful attacks known as Special Performances. These can really turn the tide of battle, especially when a tough foe has your team on the defensive. Even more special abilities can be unlocked using a simplified version of the relationship system found in both series', and this is accomplished by completing side stories.
More entertaining, substantial, and a lot wackier than most other side quests, these special side story missions are fantastic at fleshing out the individual personalities of your friends, and helps to elevate them beyond some remarkably stereotypical anime archetypes. Whether it's crafting a magic hangover cure for your boozy boss, or learning why a promise to a young fan means so much to your actor buddy, these were some of our favourite moments in the game. Before you know it, your team are using Ad-Lib moves out of nowhere, powering up standard attacks and adding extra effects, or maybe even teaming up with friends in impressive Duo attacks. If you make sure each of your team members gets equal use, you'll find that you begin reaping the rewards of unlocking these side stories both in and out of battle. Unfortunately, all this character development leaves poor Itsuki in the lurch as pretty lifeless by comparison, but the player is frequently allowed to choose different responses during conversations to inject your own take on his personality. At the very least, he gives some amazing food and drink reviews when you purchase them, at one point describing a beverage as "art in liquid form."
This isn't even to mention Bloom Palace, a frustratingly small slice of the wider Fire Emblem world hidden away within the Fortuna Entertainment building. If you can withstand the crawling discomfort of her calling you "big brother", then the adorable Tiki will allow you to take advantage of the creative energy known as performa. Earned by defeating enemies, impressing the crowd by performing well in battles, or reaching emotional breakthroughs during the story - yes really - performa is essentially a type of crafting material that is used to create new weapons and very specific new abilities. Unfortunately, Bloom Palace is the only place where you'll be able to craft new weapons, and so you'll need to return here every single time. With an extra loading screen per trip, this can quickly become a bit of a chore when you're mid-dungeon, so feels like something of an oversight. Regardless, there are enough statistics and variables for players to mess around with for hours, and all without it ever feeling overwhelming. Since you can change difficulty levels at any time without penalty you can choose to have as much or as little control over your team as you like.
There isn't any off-screen play available, but this is for good reason. The Wii U GamePad is hard at work throughout, displaying helpful maps while also acting as a social hub where characters send and receive texts! Whenever Itsuki gets a message on his phone in-game, it will pop up on the GamePad screen for you to read. It's a great way for his friends to ask favours, send dumb emojis, or give their thoughts on what's been happening, even if they weren't directly involved. You can swap conversations, manage side quests, and act as a small part of a wider social network. As simple as it sounds, it's executed in such a way that we couldn't imagine the game without it, and actually wish there was even more.
The game's striking sense of style is undoubtedly one of its greatest strengths, with every aspect of its visual design firmly planted in the vibrant world of idol culture. Characters pop with endearing animations, particularly during dialogue scenes, while animated cutscenes accompany key moments and some of the game's eclectic songs. Even the interface labels the equipment menu as 'wardrobe', has you choose 'cast members' before a battle, and conveys a cutesy, glamorous atmosphere with aplomb. It's certainly limited in its scope; it never quite nails some of the darker dungeon designs and settles on invisible walls to cut the overworld up into manageable pieces, for example, but it feels like a true labour of love all the same.
A special mention must be given to the audio as well, particularly due to the notable absence of an English voice track. Cutscenes and in-game dialogue are performed in their original Japanese with English subtitles, and this is currently the only way to play the game. While we enjoyed the performances overall, an ongoing annoyance was the fact that no dialogue is subtitled while in battle, despite how much the characters actually speak during these sections. As such we were left pretty deflated when bosses spoke or characters shared quips that we couldn't understand. The environmental music is serviceable if forgettable, with all the focus seemingly put on a handful of more memorable songs for the stars themselves. On top of this, Fire Emblem jingles and even certain themes from the series are used throughout, but we wouldn't dream of spoiling those for you here.
It takes dozens of hours to reach the epilogue chapter, with side quests, a battle arena and in-game achievements to complete if you want more. Additionally, DLC will be available at launch, ranging from new outfits to some specialised dungeon crawling. It's worth mentioning that one particular piece of DLC, a brief parody scene centered around a hot spring, will not be released in the West. There are similar changes to be found in the main game as well, resulting in some minor outfit alterations and visual inconsistencies for its western release, but there have been no gameplay changes or any substantial changes to the story itself.
All in all, Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE is an RPG that's roughly 85% Shin Megami Tensei, 15% Fire Emblem, and somehow ends up feeling like something completely separate from either of the two. It strikes a middle ground that's rooted in the format of many modern role playing titles, boasting an energetic and dynamic combat system all wrapped up in a setting that takes J-Pop cheesiness to astral heights. While it's so extremely niche that we doubt it'll convert any nonbelievers in the slightest, there's a remarkably lengthy and enjoyable experience to be found here for anyone that doesn't already have stage-fright. Even if the idea of pop-star superheroes is an immediate turn off, a slew of rewarding mechanics might just be enough to pull you back in. Whether you ignore the silliness or embrace it, we'd dare say that any title featuring a rocket-powered cyborg pegasus is worth investigating.
Good to hear it's pretty good. Rarely buy a game on day 1 anymore but had to show support for this one. It helps that it looks SO close to a Persona game in style.
It sounds nice, i might buy it in a sale
Glad to hear this is great! I just recently have gotten into Persona 4 and have been loving it , especially for its top notch music—not to mention I am a sucker for games that have soundtracks that compliment and even drive the gameplay.
Hell, this has been in my head for weeks now:
Already preordered. Excited for it. Hell it was the only WiiU game of 2016 that I was really looking forward to.
Little upset there's no offscreen play. Otherwise, I'm really stoked to get my hands on this.
the Wii U has been awful when it comes to RPGs so this will definitely be nice.
Let's see the bigger picture. Seen an unboxing video of the Fortissimo Edition and I'm less than impressed by the cheapness of its contents. Add that to the rest of the games problems and I can't see myself buying the Fortissimo Edition. And I normally buy all the Collectors Editions.
Sounds like my thing! Day 1
@SanderEvers Ironic considering Persona fans have been clamoring for Japanese voices for awhile.
I for one am pretty stoked to finally play this. J-pop aside... It's been quite some time since Nintendo has released anything that will take several hours to finish. Star Fox was too short.
@Warruz best jpg of the last 10 years...
@Warruz People will always complain of everything.
Well I'm glad it's good but I had no doubt it would be. I'm not getting it day one because I've got so much else to play and so much more coming but I do feel I need to get this at full retail price even if it goes right to my backlog.
can't wait to get my hands on this game. I've been excited for this since they announced it
@Zach777 xenoblade was not that long ago.
This game is the epitome of JRPG. Maybe not all of it's feature, but pretty darn close. And the WiiU having almost none of the genre in it, This becomes a gem in the system.
@pandarino I agree, its been a LONG time since I have been into a JRPG but Persona 4 has me hooked. Even with some of its faults (PS2 era design choices etc.) its still very enjoyable.
I couldn't get into the FE ambassador game on 3DS but I'm enjoying SMTIV so I'm pleased to see it's more SMT than FE (sorry FE fans). I'll be grabbing myself a copy. Good review.
It's SOOOO JAPANESE! AWESOME!
So far the range of scores is 6-8. Haven't seen anything higher.
Edit: Found one 9 but I think they want to marry the game.
True. That was a great game as well. It just seems like we missed a big hitter this year. Mario Kart 8 in 2014, Splatoon in 2015, #FE in 2016?!?!
Thanks for the review. Can't wait for this one. Bring on the weirdness.
The way I see scores is:
5 = Average
6 = OK
7 = Good
8 = Very good
9 = Great
10 = Amazing
@SLIGEACH_EIRE I don't even look at scores anymore as the whole thing has become just a mess with both: Review sites devaluing their own scores by making them higher and higher; and people holding review scores as some sort of empirical fact when all they are is a summary of ones opinion.
don't get me wrong this wasn't the game I was expecting all those years ago. However I do like that it doesn't looks like either franchise and is its own largely its own beast (don't get me wrong as an Atlus X Nintendo game its obviously all Atlus)
I'll definitely eventually get this game. Just can't bear paying full price for a screwy, censored version.
Well, I'm glad it's a quality game but as a gamer that loves all sorts of games and is willing to give them a chance, I don't have the time or the willpower to suppress the mother of all gag reflexes when watching trailers for this game. Hope the niche that likes it, loves it! It will help seal the almost inevitable rise of Wii U as the cult console of the next 10 years.
@udickridesony -Open in new tab to read-
Have this pre-ordered! I knew it would turn out good.
I was lost at no off-screen play and no subs/English during battles...
... but I was won back by 'rocket-powered cyborg pegasus'.
Got this yesterday, enjoyed the first three hours so far.
Standard edition is in the post on its way to me right now. Can't wait to get it.
Great score too! Was except it to be a 4 or something.
@udickridesony what the hell is that human fish blond thing? Or is it how slowpoke as human would look like?
I'm happy that the game turned out good and is somewhat a fresh take on dead horse genre
Who called this in another NL article? Someone saw the 8/10 score coming a mile away, I recall that very comment.
I'm happy to hear that it's a fun and solid game. However because I'm still playing through Fire Emblem Fates at the moment (over halfway through Conquest, still have Birthright and Revelation to play), a massive backlog to clear out this summer and the letter beginning with "c" I'll be waiting for a price drop or sale.
Another quality exclusive for Wii U then. Now we wait for Zelda and NX rumors and news.
By the time I finish XCX, TMS, and then Zelda I should be in the market for the NX sometime in 2018 just in time for rumors about Nintendo New NX3DVR Slim
So after more reviews it seems like it's a good game. Surprised it's been given a free pass on certain issues. At least we've avoided another Star Fox Zero fiasco.
@Zach777 This year is pretty disappointing for the Wii U. Star Fox and Pokken were solid, but far from spectacular. This game looks cool, but so very niche, it just doesn't really appeal to me. Mario and Sonic at the Olympics looks like a bargain bin type title at best. Not much else coming out.
For me it doesn't matter that much, considering how many half finished and in some cases unplayed games that I have. But still, not a lot to look forward to. Hoping that they have another MK8 DLC.
@BensonUii Trolling as always. You've been warned about this before on numerous occasions. Putting a wink in disguises nothing.
@AlexSora89 It was me, in the European Download article on Monday. 1 down, two to go
I may still pick this up, but as far as i'm concerned it's neither FE or SMT. Their biggest mistake was announcing it as such, it could have been a fantastic game in it's own right but I think it suffers from the branding rather than benefit from it
Good review. It's an Atlus game, so I'm not surprised it's good. While I was taken off guard as well when the game was formally revealed, I really like the colorful, cheery vibes this game gives off.
By the way, I've heard loading is significantly quicker in the digital version of the game. Can anyone confirm or deny this?
Does anyone know if this game has been censored for the West?
@SLIGEACH_EIRE It's sitting at an 84 on Metacritic right now. Granted it's only 6 reviews but the lowest one there is a 7 right now.
What issues are you saying it's getting a pass on? The censorship stuff?
@Locke159 In a word, yes.
More DLC for anything would help gamers who are currently supporting the Wii U. MK8 was a nice rumor that hasn't bore any fruit; Splatoon is more than likely done unless the new amiibo coming out next month have some form of hidden surprise coming in the update; Hyrule Warriors still has some more characters but for some reason Wii U isn't getting the Wind Waker content... which would be excellent in HD; Pokk'en Tournament might get DLC.... MIGHT (files found in recent update and what-not); Xenoblade Chronicles X would be great with some additional story content since the ending was kind of.... to put it bluntly... left on a cliffhanger with more questions than answers... Lao... #Spoilers, #YouReadTooMuch, #BuyXenobladeChroniclesX; Super Mario Maker doesn't need any more costumes... it needs more stuff and possibly a world creator mode but I doubt they are going to do anything other than costumes of anime characters and Hello Kitty; I digress..
It seems like the only noteworthy thing on the horizon is Paper Mario Color Splash, which seems to be making people more upset than excited, but whatever. I'm looking forward to something, at least. Hopefully Darksiders gets a Wii U release and maybe we could get Resident Evil Revelations 2 but I really, really doubt that.
Zelda is next year and that doesn't count yet. I dunno.... maybe some surprise eShop games will pop out at some point.
My copy arrived this morning, looking forward to trying it out this evening. Should make for a nice change of tone after FEF: Birthright.
@SanderEvers um thats a odd thing to read it's usually no dub only subs i see. i like the dubs myself, but i'll still play the game lack of languages doesn't stop me from enjoying a good game.
That sucks, I hope its not much
So, as expected not SMT, even less FE, but more than enough Persona!
Still, despite the theme being a turn off, this review makes it sound quite good, and I really liked what I saw of the combat and dungeons.
@SLIGEACH_EIRE my thoughts exactly. It was so cheap it didn't appeal me. I will wait for the vanilla edition to be cheap.
Sounds good, but I still have Persona 3, Persona 4, and several Legend of Heroes games I should finish before picking up another huge JRPG.
No off-TV is a bummer. It would have been a perfect fit for a turnbased JRPG that can get grindy at times. That said: I'm glad it turned out good because I fell in love with it the very moment I saw the first trailer. I'll definitely get this game.
On a funny note: this game doubles the amount the JRPGs on WiiU! Now we have a whopping 2 of them. (the other being XCX). Being a huge JRPG fan I'm glad I own a PS4 aswell.
I have been playing this for about two weeks but I think this review is a bit lazy. I agree with 8/10 but I think that music is amazing, the whole soundtrack, then the combat system is one of the best elements in the game but you mentioned it only in a couple of sentences. On the other hand, linearity of the RPG system and absolutely useless outfits to buy (no effect on stats) werent mentioned. Lazy review.
@Indielink The censorship yes. But also the DLC, its price and that they cheaped out on the translation big time. I'm looking for somewhere to buy the Fortissimo Edition without having my eyes gouged out. I've found one place through a lot of searching but postage negates any saving. Looking at €30 for postage. I've used Google translate and sent off an e-mail to them. It's not available anywhere in Ireland and it's rarer than hens teeth on Amazon. Any time it's there it's gone in about 15 minutes.
That 84% will come down a bit. It has the 2 highest reviews but doesn't have the lowest review and only 1 of the 7's included. MyNintendoNews gave it 6.
@Locke159 yes but nothing serious
@SLIGEACH_EIRE this is how it should be
@SanderEvers Can't you read?
Why are reviews ignoring the massive censorship? You can't write a review about a game and ignore the fact that it's heavily censored.
Wasn't sure this game was for me, but after grabbing it early yesterday and having played the whole prologue (about an hour and twenty minutes) I must say I am quite glad to have a new JRPG to play this Summer on the big screen.
Video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RKRftrSi2S0
great review, can't wait to get this game on friday
The GBA Fire Emblem games are gems, BUT, almost never convert new players. I myself even dismissed FE after trying that very Ambassador game.
Then Awakening happened. And it changed me forever. Now I go back and play all 3 GBA titles and love them. Even the SNES titles!
I would say after you play this game here, #FE, go back and give Awakening a whirl. Especially since you'll have been introduced to the weapon triangle and a few characters (crazy as they are represented in #FE).
I'm willing to bet you'll love it.
You know it's censored. What more needs to be said? Unless it's just your desire to see the game slammed.
Has absolutely nothing to do with the review. They are reviewing the western version- the JP version is irrelevant and has no bearing on how fun they determine the game to be.
@LeRaposa Maybe because it's been beaten to death? This is the Western version which is reviewed and not the Japanese. And last but not least the "censoring"/localisation didn't affect the gameplay ... you know, the most important aspect of a videoGAME.
Why are they kids? Can anybody explain this? Why cant they be in their 20s to 30s? Actual adults? With the game about the females why not make them mature women? I dont get it.
@ziffy To explain this, one would need to explain Japanese culture, and there is not enough space or time to go over all of that in this comment section.
@LeRaposa Western games get "censored" for Japan all the time. No ones crying about that. Australia gets no games anyway.
@Warruz I have time. I can take it piecemeal.
@Yorumi I have. I listen to some of it. For money making longevity it I get it. That guy who made justin bieber famous is rich. But why the focus is on children instead of mature women. I don't get it.
I'm surprised nobody has mentioned Polygon giving TMS #FE 95%. This is the same publication that refused to give Star Fox Zero a score. Is that an overexaggerated apology or another troll review?
@LeRaposa some words or that Tsubasa's bras has been replaced by a little vest? nobody cares...
For someone who has never played a Shin Megami Tensei game, I'm going to give this a chance.
Can't wait! One question, does anyone know if you can get the Rei DLC costume in NA?
I think i'm going to buy this game on day one! I think it's original and I like to show them support. This game will help me get through the Summer.
I'm aiming at getting this NEXT Friday (that's my payday).
Still undecided about this one - the review somehow got me thinking -
Excited too play this!!
@ziffy Long story short, grown-up men drooling over teenage girls.
Looking forward to picking this up on Friday. The J-POP flair is a little too much but the game looks like a solid rpg. Plus I can't resist anything Fire Emblem related.
@Yorumi I find that as sad. With my own studies in Asian cultures 25 is a cutoff of attractibility for women. After the Alison Rapp fiasco did I start looking at japan. I find how they are towards girls very similar to the undeveloped parts of the middle east. In Dubai a woman is wanted. In saudi arabia they do lots of trafficking. In japan they also do lots of this trafficking. it's called the JK business. Yumeno Nito is an activist trying to stop it as best as she can. The government on the other hand... As far as exploitation "sad" is not appropriate enough as a word to describe whats happening but its all i got. Anybody else please chime in.
@Marce2040 Sad but true.
Sweet, out of the three games I'll be getting this friday (the others being Mighty No. 9 and Odin Sphere) I'm definitely looking forward to it the most. A nice appetizer before getting Persona 5 for my japanese PS account in September anyways.
Hopefully, FE gets more spin offs like this for it to be a Major IP for Nintendo.
@Yorumi "very focused on the cute, adorable, and young."
Thats. I think thats what gets me. Neoteny is the retention of juvenile characteristics as an adult. Many animals including us have this. Physicist Sujata Kundu is a perfect example of this clicks tongue but in japan they just went just regressed. Like when humans died at 20 years old regressed. I know this happens all over the world. After looking into the impact of the exportation of japanese culture and the internet it seems that this attitude is expanding.
I am so glad that this got a good score!! We got a new TV for my father so I am looking forward to playing this!!
@cfgk24 Apparently it's "too Japanese" even for Japan, if sales in its home country are anything to go by. Which is interesting, because it seems there was a particular segment of the Japanese market they were aiming for with this, which they either misjudged, or simply wasn't as large as they were expecting.
Anyway, I'm still flip-flopping about this. There are gameplay elements that I'm attracted to, especially as I haven't played an RPG on my Wii U yet (and XCX looks a bit too heavy for the amount of time I've got). I'd like to give it a go as it looks to scratch that itch without being TOO intimidating, and I even quite like the colourful visuals and much of the scenery.
But I'm pretty sure I want to push most of the characters of a cliff. Or at least, certainly the main two. Itsuki is such a generic 'damp dishcloth' male protagonist who just walks around scowling at everything earnestly without ever seeming to display a genuine emotion. And Tsubasa is a similarly generic female protagonist; equally earnest, but stuffed full of all the emotions Itsuki seems to lack, and prone to spin through them like some sort of emotional cyclone. I imagine she was intentionally designed to provide the game with an 'endearing' and 'spirited' character (to compensate for Istuki's deafening blandness), and to give some artificial emotional resonance to whatever scenario she's a part of, but it just comes across as synthetically saccharine (to this jaded commenter at least).
But then, it seems harsh to write off the entire game purely based on a dislike of the main characters... But then AGAIN, the focus on their particularly irritating foibles does seem to play a pretty heavy role in the game, so it seems hard to ignore. I'd be interested to know if the development of the story and addition of some of the other characters help make the game a bit more palatable for people put of by footage from the early stages.
This is right up my alley, but I have no Wii U
@Maxz Nintendolifer "u*ick*idesony" as crass as that name is they express just how i feel about what i though we would get and what we got. By what you said in your first paragraph japan was expecting the same.
Nice to know this game ended up being great after all. I'll try to pick this up as soon as I can.
Great review that answered pretty much all my questions. Definitelt getting this.
@Warruz persona 3 and 4 are amazing RPGs. The best I ever played, the even put the suikoden series in second place for me.
@LeRaposa typical of a paid for review. They will ignore the important stuff to make sure they get that check. Wii u is at the end of its life anyways. Soon there will be an easy to install custom firmware and then we can play the original with a fan translation for free.
going to buy this once I finish up star fox zero and twilight princess
@Yorumi i really hate that its censored but my biggest gripe is the lie that its localized instead of censorship and then passing the blame to atlus.
@Uncensored The hell is this crap? If you're going to accuse the writers of being corrupt than why even visit the site?
Anyway, first impressions weren't that great, but the Nintendo lifestream combined with the positive reviews just made me order the limited edition even though I was planning on getting it later on.
@Uncensored Yeah, you're right.
Instead of focusing on the "important stuff", this review waffled on about trivial details no-one cares about, like "what sort of a game is it, and is it fun to play?".
This reviewer was almost certainly paid off to focus on superfluous nonsense like that. It's a disgrace.
Just talked to my online- retailer, told me there is a chance I might get a copy. . I was so against this game, but the positive reviews really made me change my mind - I will give it a chance - if I get it.
My backlog is rising - the question is, will I ever get to play it?
Still not sure if I'll get this game. I think it looks fantastic and the battle gameplay looked fun, I'm just not sure I can get over my loathing of JPop.
@DiscoGentleman Of course they dont compare at all. Not even close. For how they are with young girls only there are they same side of the coin. Just look at what I wrote about the JK business. Its worse than I could describe to you.
@meppi good for you. When I decide on which game to buy I do it on my own. I don't need other people's opinions when I make a decision for myself. I'm simply not that weak. Now for the issue of paid reviewers? What about the guy who got fired for giving Kain and lynch a bad score and then being fired for it and a new better score was given? Of courses that game was heavily promoted on that site, must be only a coincidence....
@Squidzilla, great review, nice job!
Quick question tho- if i don't particularly care for J-pop, but I love jrpgs, will I enjoy much outside of battling?
@Uncensored "I'm simply not that weak."
haha. well good for you.
I do find it peculiar though that for someone who is supposed to be an adult, you're making such a big deal about how we won't get to see teenage girls skip around in lingerie. hmm
And what does Jeff Gerstmann have to do with this site at all?
Because of him NintendoLife is corrupt? well okay then.
Heck, who even listens to that guy? He has terrible tastes in games anyway.
@Uncensored Atlus developers also deserve to be blamed. They made really questionable choices about this game and they had no chance to reach the western market. That's also the problem of Nintendo of Japan who let complete freedom to their developers without thinking about the western market.
You know if Persona games aren't censored it's because there's nothing to censor in those games. They're low risk commercial games for a wide audience since Persona 3.
@SLIGEACH_EIRE I ordered it regardless as the combination of Fire Emblem, Shin Megami Tensei and being an Atlus seem to guarantee this game will be rare and pricey the moment it goes OOP...
Awesome, will be getting this as soon as I got some spare cash lying around.
Random angry comment
@Uncensored - please drop the attitude and remember to interact in a respectful manner. Thanks.
@bitleman i don't see anything that needed to be censored from Tokyo mirage sessions. Most of what was cut from this game is all over in the persona games. Nintendo is the biggest reason anything was cut at all.
@Yorumi Trust me when I say that nothing good will come out of this conversation.
I am so happy to hear this game is good. Other than Twilight Princess HD, this is the only Wii U game I am interested in this year. I'll be picking this up some point in July. I'm very excited to play it now.
I've been waiting for this for what seems like forever. So happy it turned out well.
Most likely the last big RPG hurrah on the Wii U. Glad it's a fairly lengthy game, perfect for a summer playthrough.
@Yorumi I definitely sympathize. I'm just saying: on this particular issue, with these particular sorts of people, there can be no discussion that doesn't devolve into mockery and insults.
So glad I gave this game a pre-order now (Amazon should have this to me day one, and I should have it right after work too, so double bonus). I decided on the standard edition because I ordered the standalone Japanese Artbook because it had more content in it than the one in the special edition. Really pumped to get this in my hands. Great review Nintendolife.
Best review I've read in a while. I'm decided on Tokyo Forage Missions, gonna get.
@ziffy Ever heard of portraying yourself on to characters? Why do you think the horrible anime the Asterick Wars was so popular?
Not to mention this game appeals mostly to fans of Anime, and who are the biggest group of anime watchers? Teens. Why would they make the characters Adults and distance themselves from their target audience?
Uh......what site you looking at.verdicts thus far:
Nintendo Everything – “Thumbs Up”
GameSpot – 8 / 10
Polygon – 9.5 / 10
Nintendo World Report – 9 / 10
GamesRadar – 4 / 5
Destructoid – 8 / 10
Nintendo Life – 8 / 10
Game Informer – 8.25 / 10
USgamer – N/A
Eurogamer – Recommended
I was really excited for this game when it was shown at 2015 E3. I love the art style/graphics and combat. I play Persona 4 Golden and Dancing All Night on my vita, so this was going to be a day one buy for me. However, I'm going to pass. I don't mind the lack of English dub, but they may update later (hopefully). And I'm not real thrilled with the lack of off screen play. The censorship doesn't bother me, but it doesn't help either knowing they cut DLC. I also read that the game suffered from horrible load times, don't know for sure. I wanted to play this, but will wait to buy.
Physical copies of this game will be highly collectible some day (i.e. selling for ridiculous prices on EBay). It is a late-life, niche JRPG that appears to be pretty good on a system that was not very popular. I bet the print run is rather small as well.
@Spoony_Tech I want this game so badly! Even if I can't get it soon it'll be a game to look forward to in the future as unless the NX is backwards compatible I'll never sell my Wii U.
@Syrek24 It must be very comfortable to know that your opinions are right because they're the same as society's, and that society's opinions are the same as yours because yours are right.
Of course, censorship has to be pointed out on every review, because the original concept and ideas from the developer have been censored. It does not mean that you shouldn't buy the game because of that though.
people holding review scores as some sort of empirical fact when all they are is a summary of ones opinion.
I'm not a fan of some genres of games, but if I had to rate a game from those genres, I'd try to remain factual rather than opinionated. Obviously if I was reviewing games based solely upon my own opinion, I'd rate actually decent games from a genre I didn't like just because I didn't like the genre. I come to NintendoLife to find out whether a game is good or not, whereas I go to other sites like Cinemassacre and Channel Awesome to find out the opinion of individual reviewers that I enjoy watching.
@ziffy let me see if can dig up an article I had read that goes over it well
Looking forward to this after finally seeing singer gameplay mechanics and reading some in depth reviews.
Following this game has been a rollercoaster!
@Bass_X0 The problem is, you can't remain NOT opinionated when reviewing something such as a game, it is forever present and impossible to remove. You can attempt to reduce it, but even in that attempt your opinion is present in what you perceive as the problem.
The game still threw 3/4's of the series under the bus and looks more like Persona than anything.
Still no buy.
Please, be my fortune teller, gcunit-san.
The lack of translations during battles is an appalling oversight. I can't believe Atlus would overlook this.
@SLIGEACH_EIRE You're entitled to your own opinions but not your own facts. There are 14 scores up at GameRankings right now; 7 are above 8, 6 are 8 (or 4/5), and a single review is below 8, at 7. I don't know how many reviews were out when you made your claim, but it was never true that there were a number of reviews ranging from 6 to 8.
@Hinaru77 @PanurgeJr I made that initial comment just as the reviews were breaking. Obviously things have changed and we've a clearer picture now. It's a good game, 84% on Metacritic. MyNintendoNews gave it a 6 but it hasn't been added yet. And that review was out before I made that comment. For God sake, I wrote it at 2.10PM and was one of the first to comment as the embargo was lifted. It takes time for all the reviews to come through. I did say "so far".
@Uncensored "They will ignore the important stuff to make sure they get that check"
Correction - if there is paid review, the money is given in advance, not after the review. Sounds stupid, but that's how it works.
@Uncensored This right here. Nobody would care if nothing was even changed. How many people complained about Atlus releasing Conception II completely uncensored here?
Can't wait to play this, something fresh. I love games like Dark Souls but a more traditional rpg that is not so traditional is solely lacking.
Have the game on preorder
I don't play that many JRPG's, but this game really caught my attention. I may pick this.
@Dave24 I'd never pay my employees in advance, they gotta work for it.
Pre-ordered the Fortissimo Edition online at Gamespot. Can't wait for it to arrive!!!
Regarding comment #116, well said @Yorumi .
When a game is localised, it is translated and "adapted" for a different audience/region. This means if something that is considered sensitive to Western audiences is removed from the game during said localisation, it is censored. Censorship is censorship. Nothing will change that.
But what I don't understand is why they aged the protagonists up to 18 years old and then censored the fan service side of the game. When you have a niche audience which likes this fan service and the characters are aged to the point that the fan service isn't considered sensitive or controversial anymore, then why censor the fan service? It just boggles my mind.
And after seeing this tweet from an Atlus PR Manager 2 months ago, I'd like to believe that while Atlus was in charge of localisation Nintendo was censoring the game.... http://archive.is/peu33
I'll leave it at that. If you've read some or all of this, I thank you for your time.
picking up my special edition this friday cant wait
@JaxonH Thanks for the recommendation mate. Considering the good reception Awakening received upon release, I'd be more than happy to give it a shot seeing that it's FE noob friendly.
Why my preordered Fortissimo Edition still doesn't arrive? Why?!
Oh hell, I will go annoy Gamestop employees again tomorrow, and probably again like yesterday they will tell me to go get a life and come back on Friday. Life is so unfair.
Is Ike in this game? That's all I need to know before buying this.
Glad to hear it!
I would recommend Fates instead, given the gameplay is far more balanced than Awakening (in fact, dare I say its perfect- they actually refined the gameplay to the pinnacle of the series).
The thing is, the story just didn't grip me like Awakening, in fact it's rather dull (at least, until the last 5 chapters then it gets REALLY a good). And Birthright's characters are a snooze fest. Even so it's one of the greatest games I've ever played (particularly Conquest, the maps are incredible!).
But I just don't think it would sway minds as well as Awakening did. But I tell you what, once you get into the series (I feel confident making that assumptive statement), give Fates a go. In fact I'd say Conquest over Birthright. It's hard as a bag of bricks but, there is casual mode so no worries.
@SKTTR No, Ike isn't in this game.
@JaxonH Thanks for clearing up what would have eventually been an issue for me, which Fates game to start with? From what I've read of both paths, Conquest interests me more.
@SLIGEACH_EIRE sure....if you say so....
so happy to see this universally knocking it out of the park review wise.
this will be, for some sadly I'm sure, the last truly excellent game that's exclusive to the Wii U (I have a hard time believing color splash will be as good as this, or good at all)
@udickridesony Your name is questionable, but your Search Engine-fu is impressive. Well done, grasshopper.
@Xaessya Persona 4 happened. X_X
Very nice, looks good for all the Persona fans... who have a Wii U... All 10k of them or so... Especially the Persona 4 fans, I'm sure there are a few of them who aren't so busy salivating over Persona 5 that they might give this one a chance... Pfft, yeah right, fat chance.
Oh well, it looks like a good effort. Not my cup of tea at all, I prefer the mainline SMT, Digital Devil Saga, Devil Survivor, Persona 1-3, and generally anything not in line with the aftermath of Persona 4.
I would have been far more interested if this project turned into something more like Majin Tensei, to tie in with the Fire Emblem crossover. It would have worked out perfectly! But no, Persona (4) is supposedly what sells (apparently not this time though), so Persona (4)-nication is what we get. Hopefully the low sales will be a wake up call that Persona (4)-nication is not always a home run.
I'm definitely going to get this game at some point!
@SanderEvers LMAO! Funny, I thought most people either wouldn't care about voices, or would want the original Japanese voices... I guess some people don't like reading conversations, but still, English voices for this probably would've been pretty bad...
@SLIGEACH_EIRE Of course this gets a free pass, how many other JRPG's are there on Wii U? It's like the N64 all over again.
@Syrek24 Are you getting TMS? I don't know if you're RPG'ed out from Fire Emblem or not, but let me know. The censorship doesn't bother me, so much as it not turning out like Majin Tensei (or in other words, not how I wanted- selfish, perhaps, but there it is). However, I'm still interested in seeing what others have to say about it.
I bought the digital version last week so it'll be ready to play tomorrow. I enjoy the FE, SMT and Persona games so it was an easy choice.
My only reservation was the Japanese voice acting, but I usually have subs on anyway so hopefully it won't be too distracting.
@PlywoodStick YOU, you give me hope, I love you.
I don't hate this game, If it does good, thats okay, but I'm still burnt about the misleading title all those years ago and nonsensical result after mixing those two franchises.
@kotag WOAH! I...uh... I don't know what to s-say! I...um...AH...
I've been interested to hear what other would say. I have the game and would say it is one of the most well-made RPGs I've played in a while. It has very few noticeable flaws, unlike the Witcher 3 and Xenoblade X. There aren't a lot of moments of awe (which is why I suppose it got an 8) like in those too games, but the gameplay is extremely solid. And the character development and pacing are extremely good.
Thank you for the review. Now go buy it people!
@roboshort Pfft, a comparison of The Witcher 3 to this game... In more ways than one, there is none.
Cool review, the game looks fun but a little odd, probably going to get it though
Not my cup of tea, pass!
Looks weird. I like it. Looking forward to giving it play.
Still no reason to buy a PEE U
@PlywoodStick Heh. I suppose one is a very overrated game with poor character development, mediocre combat, self-indulgent dialog and a heavy reliance on shock value and the other has great character development, a small world, really good combat and will more than likely go into the hidden gem category for a console on which there should be no hidden gems.
'If you can withstand the crawling discomfort of her calling you "big brother"''
I thought this was a reference to the original Fire Emblem since Tiki called Marth "big brother" in the Japanese version instead of Mar-Mar like we got. Itsuki is supposed to sorta represent Marth.
Still looking forward to trying the game since it looks really interesting. The Wii U might be piping down but there are still tons of games left for me to play so I'm good.
It is annoying however that there seem to be no subtitles during battles.
There are various minor worries I have that this review has certainly highlighted, but at the time, the following was a line in the review: " In this candy-coated world heroes are showbiz sensations, dungeons are department stores, and songs save lives."
So I can certainly say that this game will have an appeal to me, and that I'll at least enjoy the overall charm of it. Of course, every comment about the gameplay, from it's battle system to it's use of the Wii U GamePad, also eases my mind. They all sound terrific, and my desire for a large turn based RPG on the Wii U looks like it'll be finally satisfied.
I've aired my grievances regarding the censorship before, so I'll air my disappointment towards Itsuki this time. The following line; "Unfortunately, all this character development leaves poor Itsuki in the lurch as pretty lifeless by comparison", confirmed what I had been fearing. Having been playing Bravely Second as of late, where Yew is easily one of my favourite RPG protagonists of all, I'm disappointed to hear that Itsuki is lacking in character.
Overall though, it is nice to see this game get a great score. The game looks lovely in both style and graphics, the combat looks fun, there looks to be plenty to do, and it seems I'll be having a grand time with this game when it launches. Thank you for the wonderful review!
@SLIGEACH_EIRE Yeah, it's an 82 now. Seems to be doing decently though overall
Also I don't ever count MyNintendo News for credibility, if only for the empire of trolls that reside there.
Why do people keep saying it's only a niche game? It's an excellent hardcore JRPG with a great soundtrack on a system that only has one other notable retail entry in the genre. What's so niche about that? You just have to accept that the plot revolves around J-Pop idols and their songs.
@BulbasaurusRex The fact that it is centered around Idol culture is what makes it niche, at least in the West.
@Uncensored Then you haven't played the games. TMS is much more lewd than any Persona. Persona 3, 4 or Q are very toned down Atlus games in both visuals and narration.
@Warruz Yeah, so? That's just the setting and basis for the plot, kind of like a modern-day Tokyo version of "Stella Glow." It shouldn't (although admittedly will for some people) have that much of an effect on how the game is perceived. The game itself is that of a mainstream JRPG.
@bitleman i haven't played the games??? Hahahahaha...I have persona 3 on ps2, ps3 and PSP, I have persona 4 on ps2, ps3 and vita. In p3 you put a gun to you head, the girls all wear varying style of bikinis and are complemented on them. In p4 same thing with bikinis as well as rise talking about sex every chance she gets. Ksnji a 15 year old boy loses his bathing suit and covers up with Teddie and a leaf of seaweed...so yeah. Both games you end up with a situation in a hot springs peeping on the girls.
@roboshort Oof, talk about a minority report. I think you're maybe...the second person I've seen saying what you've said? And the other one was this review:
And while he makes some interesting points, he clearly isn't someone who can stand playing anything for a prolonged period of time. Not to mention, it's a release vanilla review, and Witcher titles always improve with enhanced editions, bug fixes, and now expansions...
I'll have to look it up, but Persona-style character development, without the benefit of a darker plot or a Velvet Room, mixed with shoehorned in techno-fantasy, doesn't exactly sound like a recipe for grandeur. Not to mention the point about the main character losing out in the character development department...
I've never heard anyone call a small world (and a deceptively small one) a positive before...
And the combat sounds fun for a little while, but I bet revisiting all those dungeons (and that glitzy stage) would make one want to take a break from lengthy fighting sequences for a while. (That's where the social links sections come in, but not for the main character this time. ) Most SMT derived titles make their battles quick to account for their high number. The Persona series battles tend to drag on longer than other SMT derivatives, though, and certain fights in DDS are meant to be an endurance gauntlet.
I dunno, I think you're trying a little too hard there, buddy.
@BulbasaurusRex ....well most Americans have no idea of Idol culture...... You cant just leave that out of your equation as something being considered niche just because its a traditional JRPG in gameplay aspects.
@bitleman I agree for 4 and Q, but completely disagree for 3. Much of the game's messages are conveyed through visceral metaphor, and some were censored before making it overseas.
Those were real, loaded handguns in the Japanese version, not some magical brainwave summoning device. Imagine having to come to terms with yourself, then shoot yourself in the face with a Glock any time you needed to summon a demonic monstrosity to help you... You might be overcoming your fear, but will the summoning ritual mysteriously not work properly, and blow your brains out this time?
Imagine that from their perspective.
@BulbasaurusRex "Why do people keep saying it's only a niche game?"
"You just have to accept that the plot revolves around J-Pop idols and their songs."
@BensonUii Are you touched or what? Those other 9's weren't there when I made the comment. There was only about 6 reviews out at the time. I swear to God some people......now go annoy someone else troll. Like maybe the person just above your comment that wrote "Still no reason to buy a PEE U".
P.S. I said "so far" in terms of reviews and that we needed to see the "bigger picture". It's clear now that the game is very good and I said so afterwards.
@TheDavyStar The site itself and staff are alright but you're right it is inhabited by some unbearable trolls.
@udickridesony Bahaha.. I was feeling mean to find this game not attractive at all, but at least I'm not alone.
I remember playing a bit of Shin Megami Tensei on the Snes and liking it. It was dark and intriguing... I guess now they've lost their touch for me.
Nice to see this got a positive review. I'll see about getting this game eventually. Although I can't now because I'm broke and the Steam sales are happening so any amount of money I get is going to that. : P
@Warruz Tuuuuuuuuune! Well my fortissimo edition came in the post and ive been playing TMS all day. Its great and if you swap school life for the entertainment industry you basically have a Persona game. I would heartily recommend this game to anyone who loves Persona 4 Golden.
@udickridesony Very true. But im sorry, I would prefer games derived from the bottom pictures any day over the top pictures!
Ps: Did Hayao Miyazaki really say anime was a mistake?
@PlywoodStick I liked Witcher 3.. My guess is it fits the bill of people's image of a great game (and some parts are awesome tbh) and so they rate it as being great. I don't really have the patience to play a game which has a shoddy narrative and where I mainly just go around and talk to people without really feeling like I am playing a game.
I wasn't saying a small world is a positive, but I guess the way I wrote the sentence makes it easy to interpret that way.. heh. Actually, it bothered me at first. And then I got used to it. You don't have to fight enemies when you revisit dungeons as long as you are quick with your sword. Still some get to you.
@Warruz You sir have good taste, I for one enjoy the distinct sound each installment of the persona series has, especially the upcoming persona 5
@Marshi Kind of, the problem he's referring too was the fact most anime is being run by the asylum (in this respect otakus).
Here's a link that might better explain
@Warruz Plus I've always felt that the dubbing for the game has been pretty solid, supported by the anime where Bosch is basically talking to himself when it was Narukami and Adachi
@Warruz @PlywoodStick You do know that the West has their own pop idol culture, don't you? Otherwise, "American Idol" and similar shows wouldn't get the huge ratings that they do. It can't be that hard to adjust to the idea of Japanese teenagers doing it.
In any case, that's only a minor issue compared to what is otherwise a pretty standard JRPG experience, and even music-based ones aren't all that uncommon. Aren't people more likely to relate to even a foreign modern-day musical setting than the completely fantasical one found in something like "Stella Glow"?
@BulbasaurusRex We in the west do not have what Japan considers as "Idols". Just because the word is the same, doesn't mean they carry the same meaning across cultures. The closest thing we have in the west is celebrities, but Japanese Idols, and the culture surrounding them, is quite different then what we have.
If you would like to read a summation of Idol culture, here is a decent write up on it - http://the-artifice.com/the-idol-phenomenon-in-japan-and-anime/
@ziffy Here are a few articles regarding idol culture and the focus on them being "young", this obviously wont explain everything, but it will get your foot in the door.
Picked up the game last night. They only had a single copy of the special edition left, so I ended up with that version. Managed to get an hour in, and my first impression is "Where is the Off-TV Mode!!!!"
Seriously going to cut down on my playtime without that.
Put several hours into this so far, and it's a real joy to play. Enjoying the combat a lot, which I can't say with many RPGs lately. The graphics and sound are great, and the presentation is excellent. Becoming one of my favorite JRPGs I've played in a long time. My own slant would put this at a 9 or 10, and I actually had low expectations going in.
@Warruz I became a little familar with idol culture because I like mando pop. Not the same thing but it looks more I will get through these. Thank you. I suggest you read articles on the JK business. Best to look for the activist fighting against it named Yumeno Nito. Here is her foundation. http://www.colabo-official.net/english/
@Maxz There are brilliant games that undersell. . unfortunately. .
I shouldn't spend any money right now and I've got so many games that I need to finish but I really wanna get this game!
@pandarino Persona 4 is ten years old, the first Xenoblade is the best jrpg of the last ten years.
@ZimmerRemmiz Persona 4 was first published July 2008. But anyway there have been much better JRPG than Xenoblade imho.
Woop got the special edition yesterday, reminds me of kingdom hearts if it had turn based combat, I could mess with the u.i and Menus all day it's like watching a TV show. All of it feels so refreshing cant wait till it gets dark
@BulbasaurusRex Echoing @Warruz on this. The culture is not analogous. Don't get me wrong we obsess over celebrities over here but J idol culture is a well oiled machine of age, appearance, content and control (over the kids in the business, usually young girls). Even American teeny bopper/bubblegum pop culture doesn't compare and I grew up during the Spice Girl/Nsync/everybody is a boy or girl band years.
@Ryu_Niiyama It's still much more anagolous than the fantasy, futuristic, and steampunk settings found in most JRPGs. If people can integrate into those settings, they can do the same with a modern-day setting in a foriegn country. Just think of it as exploring a parallel universe.
@BulbasaurusRex Except many people look at a fantasy setting and suspend their expectations because they know that the world is inherently fictional. Instead if you get something that has a source from the real world many people react to that thing the same way they do the source. The tie to realism actually hinders immersion. If a person finds Japanese culture to be strange or whatever they may balk at this game even though they are perfectly fine with other games made by Japanese companies.
EDIT: I'm not knocking the game of course. As I've mentioned a few times I bought it twice and have been playing it since not long after the Japanese release. Either way haters are gonna hate.
@Beardedgooslaps People like you thought that not buying this helps the game but then when you came back a few years later and realize this game jacks up in price due to it not selling well then you'll regret you ever miss it. Not only that but if the NX is not backwards compatible with Wii U games anymore, there's no other way you'll be able to play this on anything else. It'll be Earth Bound, Ogre Battle 64, Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance, and Xenoblade Chronicles (great games that continuously gotten more expensive and hard to find as time goes by) all over again.
@retro_player_22 Don't want so not bothered. Thank you and good night.
Bought the game day one, and having a blast! The gameplay is so addicting and fun! The only disappointment to me is the story.
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