Tokyo Mirage Sessions is a weird game. At it’s core, it’s a fairly standard JRPG, with turn-based combat and level-ups and all of that. Similar to the Persona series, it takes place in modern-day Japan, rather than the fantasy settings that genre is usually associated with. Unlike Persona though, it doesn’t follow the school life of it’s characters, focusing instead on more supernatural stuff as well as the characters becoming teen idols. Continue reading
Since I just finished playing through a long, Wii U exclusive JRPG, obviously I should just do that again. Starting next Sunday, I’ll be posting my progress through Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE every week. I have a habit of burning out on JRPGs before completing them, and I think the series I did on Xenoblade Chronicles X helped me finish it. So, let’s see if I can make it through this one.