Today’s Nintendo news: details about additional content in Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore, but also…
- NyaNyaNya! Neko Mario Time
- Mario Kart Tour
- Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp
Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore
The latest issue of Famitsu magazine is sharing some juicy details about Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore, and more precisely about the content that was added to this enhanced port of the Wii U game.
As mentioned previously, Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore will feature some brand new songs and music videos, including a Kiria x Tsubasa Oribe duo. Just like those from the original version, all songs were produced by avex.
Other additional content include:
- additional costumes, including an option to have Tsubasa Oribe wear glasses or not
- Maiko Shimazaki (voiced byAmi Koshimizu) will take part in battle as part of a Session (flashy and quite powerful combos you can pull off in battle), with her own costumes
- additional story content focusing on Tiki (voiced by Sumire Morohoshi), including a brand new dungeon.
The latest issue of Famitsu magazine comes out on Thursday in Japan (effectively, Wednesday morning/afternoon in North America and Europe respectively).
Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore (Switch) come out on January 17th worldwide.
NyaNyaNya! Neko Mario Time
Here’s the latest episode of NyaNyaNya! Neko Mario Time:
This time episode showcases the following:
- Pokémon Sword and Shield (Nintendo Switch, already available worldwide)
- The Stretchers (Nintendo Switch – Nintendo eShop, already available worldwide)
- Eiga Sumikko Gurashi: Tobidasu Ehon to Himitsu no Ko – Game de Asobou! Ehon no Sekai (Nintendo Switch, already available in Japan)
Mario Kart Tour
Here’s the preview trailer for the Winter Tour, which is now live in Mario Kart Tour until December 4th:
Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp
Here’s two preview videos for the Pocket Camp Club, optional monthly subscriptions for Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, which provide various benefits:
The Pocket Camp Club subscriptions will be available from November 21st worldwide.