Nintendo has been putting some effort into explaining bizarro crossover RPG Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE, which blends the worlds of Shin Megami Tensei and Fire Emblem. Following up on a story trailer, the latest aims to help you master dungeons with a preview of what can go down when you enter an Idolasphere after the jump.
It's safe to say fans of Shin Megami Tensei and Fire Emblem are in for a bizarre crossover with Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE. Nintendo shared another trailer today, focusing on the story that serves as an impetus for the Performa-summoning RPG action to come. Hit the jump for the latest English preview.
Nintendo is bringing Shin Megami Tensei x Fire Emblem crossover RPG to Wii U in North America and Europe on June 24, and a new trailer is here to hype everyone with a battle system preview. Check out the latest western promo footage after the jump.
Nintendo announced release plans for the next set of fresh Fire Emblem Fates maps. The first new map, "In Endless Dreams," will be available to download on May 5 for 49 cents, or you can go ahead and throw down $7.99 for Map Pack 2 and receive all six upcoming maps when they launch. Hit the jump for more.
Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE brings Shin Megami Tensei and Fire Emblem together on Wii U, and the western release isn't too far away. Thus, Nintendo is here with an English trailer showing some of the pop idol style and a little battling after the jump.
Nintendo will be bringing Shin Megami Tensei x Fire Emblem crossover Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE to this weekend's PAX East, so those who stop by their booth will get a chance to play. Along with this is news that the J-pop-infused RPG will also be available in a special edition when it launches on June 24. More after the jump.
Part of yesterday's Nintendo Direct presentation included a look at the latest from Capcom with Monster Hunter Generations, which originally debuted in Japan as Monster Hunter X. A fitting tribute to a decade of Monster Hunter games, Monster Hunter Generations is coming to Nintendo 3DS in the west this summer. More after the jump.