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Shin Megami Tensei X Fire Emblem Videos Detail “Bloom Palace” And Tiki

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    Nintendo and Atlus updated the official website for Shin Megami Tensei X Fire Emblem (Genei Ibun Roku#FE) with new videos and details on the “Bloom Palace” features, and a Vocaloid-like character named Tiki.

     

    Tiki is a key visual character for a vocaloid software in Shin Megami Tensei X Fire Emblem, called “Singaloid TiKi,” and it’s recently been a huge hit among Internet users.

     

    It’s currently been an ongoing trend with younger people to upload new songs by Tiki on the Internet. Think of her as their version of Hatsune Miku of the Vocaloids. In the video, she’s shown at the Bloom Palace and appears to know a lot about Performa.

     

    She can’t seem to remember much of her past, but she’s pretty close with the protagonist Itsuki Aoi and refers to him as “onii-chan.”

     

    Tiki lives in the “Bloom Palace,” a place that is made to replicate the appearances of the other world that the Mirages come from. This is an important place where Chrom and the other Mirages, along with Itsuki and the other Mirage Masters, will go to power up.

     

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    The “Carnage Unity” lets you take Performa acquired from enemies in battle as material, then create new weapons that the Mirages transform into, called “Carnage.” You can learn a variety of new skills from Carnages, so it’ll be important to make ones that can hit enemy weaknesses.

     

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    “Radiant Unity” is where you get Performa to acquire “Radiant Skills.” These can help Mirage Masters step up their entertainer game, and can also improve stats, and buff up “Session” skills.

     

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    Similar to the Fire Emblem Awakening, you can get Master Seals in the game, used to upgrade a Mirage to a higher class job. Mirages have a variety of advanced classes for upgrades, and they’ll get their own enhancements and ability to use different Carnages.

     

    Shin Megami Tensei X Fire Emblem will release in Japan on December 26, 2015 for Wii U.

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