Tokyo Mirage Sessions is officially out on Nintendo Switch, which means it's time to revisit one of the most requested RPG from the Wii U [download link here].
As Nadia wrote in her review, the best way to describe Tokyo Mirage Sessions is as a lighter, poppier Persona. That's not a bad thing! But it does mean that you have to set your expectations accordingly. We explain why, and also talk about some of what sets it apart in an increasingly crowded Switch library.
Also in this episode, we discuss Byleth moving to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and we wonder why it doesn't pull more interesting characters from the series. And we talk about the new Fire Emblem: Three Houses DLC as well!
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Tokyo Mirage Sessions#FE is out on Nintendo Switch, and Kat and Nadia is here to see whether it holds up! Was it undeservedly overlooked on Wii U? Or should it have stayed in the studio? Plus, brand new Fire Emblem: Three Houses DLC, Byleth in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and your reactions to the N64 Console RPG Quest!
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