Modders are taking on the gargantuan task of restoring all of the original content from the Japanese Wii U version of Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE into the global version of Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore for the Nintendo Switch. Continue reading “Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore Nintendo Switch Restoration Project Underway”
The censorship has managed to cross-pollinate from one franchise to another with the Fire Emblem Heroes crossover event with the Switch’s version of Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE. The crossover sees the former utilizing assets from the latter. Continue reading “Fire Emblem Heroes Crossover Uses Assets From Tokyo Mirage Sessions”
Nintendo and Atlus really screwed the pooch when they kept Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore censored for the Nintendo Switch. Gamers – especially those form Japan – were none too pleased with the outcome and demanded refunds for their pre-orders when they found out that there would only be one global version of #FE Encore and that it would be based on the butchered and censored Western version of the game that came out for the Wii U. Nintendo acquiesced. In response, Japanese gamers who missed out on the game when it originally came out in Japan for the Wii U, decided to retaliate by purchasing the game from Amazon, allowing it to shoot to the top of the sales charts. Continue reading “Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Shoots To The Top Spot For Wii U In Japan Following Censorship Row”
If you pre-ordered the Japanese version of Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore because you originally thought that the game was going to be based on the uncensored Japanese version of the Wii U title, you made a grave mistake. Continue reading “Nintendo Offers Japanese Gamers Refunds For Censored Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore”
Nintendo confirmed that the Japanese version of Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore will be the same as the censored Western version, since it will be globally shared version of the game. Continue reading “Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore Release Will Be Globally Shared Based On Censored Western Version”
Atlus and Nintendo’s re-release of Tokyo Mirage Sessions: #FE Encore was already on shaky ground when gamers discovered that the Nintendo Direct video for both the English and Japanese version of the game were based on the censored Western release of Tokyo Mirage Sessions: #FE on the Wii U. Now, it appears as if further confirmation has made it known that the Japanese version of the game will likely be based on the censored Western version of the game. Continue reading “Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore Japanese Website Updated With Censored Screenshot”
[Update 9/6/2019:] Gematsu put up a screenshot from the Japanese version of the game’s website, where it appears to show the uncensored version of a costume fromTokyo Mirage Sessions #FE. A Twitter user did a comparison between the original Japanese version and the censored version that was released in the West, claiming that the game may be uncensored.
EXTREMELY IMPORTANT #TokyoMirageSessions #FE ENCORE INFORMATION, THE LEFT IS FROM THE OFFICIAL SITE AND THE RIGHT IS FROM THE NOA RELEASE
THE GAME HAS BEEN DECENSORED
PLEASE SPREAD THIS, DON’T LET PEOPLE BE MISINFORMED#Nintendo #FireEmblem #SMT pic.twitter.com/92JLs7Kbj2
— T•M•S💫 (@shameless_SMT) September 5, 2019
However, we still don’t know what’s going on with the censorship regarding Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore until more information is made available. It’s possible that the screenshot is from the original uncensored version from Japan that released on the Wii U, or it’s possible that some of the content will be uncensored on the Switch version. It’s not clear.
When asked about the censorship that was present in the reveal trailer from the Nintendo Direct, the game’s director, Mitsuru Hirata, ignored all Twitter queries about the censorship while responding to fans who either praised the game or thanked him for it. So we’ll have to wait for further confirmation on the censorship status of Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore.
[Original article:] During the September 4th, 2019 edition of the Nintendo Direct, one of the games highlighted in the half hour special was Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore. The re-release of the Wii U exclusive will feature a brand new song, new missions, updated graphics and… plenty of censorship. Continue reading “Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE On Nintendo Switch Still Censored, According To Reports”
The Nintendo published title Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE has managed to maintain its course on a downwards spiral on the sales charts. For the month of July, the game has only managed to sell 35,000 copies, dropping from the 50,000 it moved in June. Continue reading “Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Only Sells 35,000 In July”
Some of the first reports about sales figures are starting to come in and it doesn’t look good for the Wii U exclusive, Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE. The game has reportedly only managed to move 50,000 SKUs at retail during June. The game originally launched on June 24th in North America and Europe and on June 25th in Australia. Continue reading “Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Only Sells 50,000, According To Analyst”
Atlus and Nintendo’s Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE for the Nintendo Wii U is a pseudo crossover game featuring light elements from Fire Emblem and the Shin Megami Tensei series. It’s a niche game designed for a niche audience in mind, and most gamers are calling it a decent entry as a Persona spin-off with a strong focus on Japanese idol culture and the pop music scene. Continue reading “Review Report: Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Has Lots Of Censorship Sympathizers”
Atlus was forced to be the whipping boy for Nintendo in the localization process of Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE for the Wii U. Nintendo made a statement acknowledging that Atlus would be censoring – oops, I mean localizing – the game according to their standards for the West. Well, the censorship was so heavy handed and obvious that true gamers decided to mod the Japanese version’s uncensored content into the American version of the game. Continue reading “Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Uncensored Patch Arrives Via Modders”
It’s like the 1950s all over again. Pelvic thrusts and hip motions? Those are a no-no in the West. As silly as that may sound, Nintendo had the developers remove the female pelvic bones from one of the main characters in the Western version of Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE. Continue reading “Tokyo Mirage Mirage Sessions #FE Censors Female Pelvic Bones For The West”