Atlus is handling Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE localization

TokyoMirageSessionsIt seems that some Nintendo fans aren’t too thrilled with Nintendo of America’s liberties when it comes to localization. Not only that, Nintendo of America has changed characters and/or removed content in the American versions of the recent Fire Emblem. If you were looking forward to the Nintendo Wii U Shin Megami Tensei and Fire Emblem inspired Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE, fear not! Nintendo has confirmed via Gematsu that Atlus was in charge of localizing Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE!

Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE was localized by Atlus in a way that is consistent with the localization work they do on games they publish. It was a priority to ensure the game feels familiar and appeals to longtime Atlus fans. Any changes made to the in-game content were due to varying requirements and regulations in the many different territories Nintendo distributes its products.”

Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE is out now in Japan, will launch in North America and Europe on June 24th. Who here is picking up a copy of Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE?

[Via: Gematsu]

3 responses to “Atlus is handling Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE localization

  1. FlareHabanero says:

    Only perverts complain about the localization because they can’t touch everyone like a creep.

    • Some guy says:

      Only xenophobes complain about people complaining about the localization because they can’t handle non-American culture.

      Why don’t you get on your moral horse and and prevent all fanservice games and anime from ever reaching your glorious American shores while you’re at it?

    • FlareHabanero says:

      Yes, I’m somehow a xenophobe for criticizing a bunch of men in their twenties complaining about stuff like being unable to dress up an underage girl in skimpy clothing or being unable to touch their sister’s face and make them say suggestive comments.

      Somehow, The PERSON THAT ACTIVELY GOES OUT OF HIS WAY TO BYPASS ANY FORM OF REGION LOCKING TO PLAY JAPAN-ONLY GAMES AND RESEARCHES THE JAPANESE INDUSTRY, absolutely despises “those damn dirty Japanese”.

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