Tokyo Mirage Sessions ♯FE Encore for Nintendo Switch significantly reduced download time compared to the original for Wii U

Western journalists familiarized themselves with the reissue of role-playing game Tokyo Mirage Sessions ♯FE for Nintendo switch and found that the developers were able to significantly reduce download times compared to the original for Wii U.

According to team measurements Gamexplain, on Switch, the game goes to the start screen after starting in just 8 seconds, while on Wii U this process takes 20 seconds. The battles in the re-release start literally in 2 seconds, in the original – 6-8 seconds.

As for the graphic component, the improvements, if any, are minimal, observers say. But the game initially looked pretty nice, and now it can be played not only on the big screen, but also in portable mode.

MiFE Tokyo Mirage Sessions emerged from the idea of ​​crossover universes Fire emblem from Nintendo and Shin Megami Tensei from Atlus. The game tells about a group of young people who dream of conquering the Olympus of the entertainment industry. They interact with Mirages, powerful creatures from the other world, and fight with enemies that threaten their world.

Tokyo Mirage Sessions ♯FE Encore for Switch received new plot elements, musical compositions and costumes from Fire Emblem: Three Houses.

The original version for Wii U in the press was called “a game worthy of a place in the collection of lovers of quality JRPG.” You can learn as much as possible about it from our large review without spoilers.

The premiere of Tokyo Mirage Sessions ♯FE Encore is scheduled for January 17, 2023.

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