Shin Megami Tensei x Fire Emblem

Global Total as of 30th Sep 2017 (units): 0.31m
Platform: Wii U
Developer: Unknown Genre: Role-Playing

Total Units

North America: 0.15m 49.4%
+ Europe: 0.06m 18.8%
+ Japan: 0.08m 24.7%
+ Rest of the World: 0.02m 7.1%
= Global 0.31m

Release History

TitlePublisherRegionDateDistribution
Shin Megami Tensei x Fire Emblem NintendoJapan26th December 2015Retail
Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE NintendoEurope24th June 2016Retail
Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE NintendoNorth America24th June 2016Retail

Game Overview

The game takes place in Tokyo, following the lives of the young members of the Fortuna Entertainment talent agency. These youths become "Mirage Masters", who have the power to merge with Mirages, souls of warriors from another world, such as Chrom. While some Mirages are kind-hearted and help out the Mirage Masters, others seek to cause chaos and draw power from the emotions of innocent people, and it is up to the Mirage Masters to stop them.

Comments

NoirSon (on 02 July 2017)
Probably said it before but they burnt
bridges with that first trailer.
Showcasing previous heroes from all the
Fire Emblem and mainline SMT games only
to say, nope nothing related to the past
SMT games besides naming of spells and
game play elements. Next the reveal it
would be a idol/Japan pop industry game,
next they said only characters from
1st/3rd game with Marth's crew and the
second most recent with Chrom and
company would show up in this one. In
the end we got a very good game but for
the average SMT or FE fan that was hyped
for that initial trailer that seemed
like we would be revisiting the rich
history of all the past games, you kind
of got screwed for a Persona lite with
FE redesigns as stand in for the usual
SMT style Persona avatars. The Japanese
fan base clearly was not feeling that
initially but overall still one of the
better JRPGs of the generation on a home
console.
Goodnightmoon (on 25 April 2017)
Far from terrible numbers when you
actually see how SMT games usually sell,
for a limited release of a SMT spin off
on the final year of WiiU 300k is
decent.
Ultrashroomz (on 18 February 2017)
Far from a bad game, but flat out
terrible numbers, especially when you
consider how big of a deal people were
making back when this game was initially
teased as SMT X FE 3 years ago.
thewastedyouth (on 18 January 2017)
sold more in America than Japan? wut
goldmario79 (on 01 January 2017)
Thats insteresting b/c the june 24th pre
orders in the US were around 80-95
dollars. Then right after it was
released, it shot up to 120-130 dollars.
then it has bottomed out since.. I paid
118.00 and 132.00 for my limited edition
sets the first week of July. The limited
set is around 55.00 now and disc/case
only is 45 or less US dollars.
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