July 4, 2022

Tokyo Mirage Sessions is a ridiculous gem that’s finally getting a second chance

Jeffrey Parkin for Polygon:

Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE was a hidden gem when it was released in 2016 on Nintendo’s Wii U; a niche game released near the end of a niche system’s lifespan was never going to find a wide audience. Many of us never had a chance to play the game, or didn’t even know it existed.

2022 is a pretty dry year for the Switch. Thankfully, there are a million fantastic games for it, and nobody had time to play them all. I picked up Tokyo Mirage Sessions for 30% off during the summer sale. I wonder if I’ll get farther this time.

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