tour lệ giang tour shangrila tour lệ giang -text c-gray-1" >The Fire Emblem and Shin Megami Tensei series are pretty popular with JRPG fans, but crossover title Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE? Not so much, mostly due to being stuck on a system a lot of people never owned, the Wii U. That's about to change thanks to an upcoming port on the Switch next year.

Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE wasn't exactly a straight crossover between Nintendo and Atlus' popular RPG series. It was more of a remix title, borrowing characters from both franchises (like Chrom and Caeda) and placing them in a modern day Tokyo plagued by evil spirits called "Mirages" that feed off human creative energy. Our team of heroes consisted of aspiring and established idols based out of a talent agency. There were music videos. It was weird, but also beloved by a few members of the Engadget team.

The Switch release is called Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore, which should tell you this isn't just a straight port. It'll include a new song, new story elements and new playable characters like Tiki. It's out January 17th, and you can preorder it today.

The RPG that brought together the worlds of #FireEmblem & Atlus comes to #NintendoSwitch with new story elements to characters joining you in battle for the first time! Enter Tokyo & unleash your creative energy when #TokyoMirageSessions #FE Encore hits the stage 1/17.

- Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) September 4, 2019 In this article: art, Atlus, av, Fire Emblem, nintendo, Nintendo Direct, NintendoDirect, NintendoDirectSept2019, Shin Megami Tensei, Tokyo Mirage Sessions, Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE, Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore All products recommended by Engadget are selected by our editorial team, independent of our parent company. Some of our stories include affiliate links. If you buy something through one of these links, we may earn an affiliate commission. Comments 70 Shares Share Tweet Share Save Popular on Engadget
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