Everything in Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore is tied up in a neat little bundle of a JRPG. It neither overstays its welcome or is too short. It can cater to casual players without an enormous time sink needed for grinding, but also shine for players that want a harder difficulty.
I briefly felt prepared to give a bad rating to the game after experiencing so much frustration, but that would not be fair to this game in the least. It would be ignoring the joy and discovery inherent to many actions in the game.
All in all, The Touryst is a fun little game, with a lot going for it. If you have the spare money to pick this up, and want something quick and fun to get through the weekend, I would recommend the game, just don’t expect too a large game, and some areas may be frustrating. You will get a few laughs and a gorgeous looking game out of it.
These foibles were there, and noticeable, but I still loved the game. This speaks to the storytelling, which I would think is paramount in a visual novel game. Sure some of the character models were a little … off, but this is not some huge project. This game started as a Kickstarter, and I thank the people that supported it. I should also mention that there were improvements made to the base PC version to bring the game to the Nintendo Switch.