Miitopia

Miitopia

released on Dec 08, 2016

Miitopia

released on Dec 08, 2016

Since the dawn of ever, warriors have banded together to fight evil. Now… Mii characters based on your favorite people must unite to do turn-based battle and save Miitopia! Cast them in roles across the kingdom, manage friendships, and give them jobs with distinct stats, abilities, gear, and a custom look. Then behold as awesomeness unfolds! Guide your team of Mii characters on a quest to defeat the Dark Lord and restore the stolen faces of the citizens of Miitopia. As you watch with bated breath, Mii characters will mingle over food, camping, exercise, sleeping arrangements, and yes, combat! In these wild, yet traditional RPG battles, your party’s relationships affect the outcome. Enemies attack while you explore the world map, which is littered with hidden paths and treasures. Talk about a win-win!


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A super charming little RPG that I enjoyed playing a lot. The gameplay might be fairly shallow but it's snappy enough to not be boring in my opinion. The main draw is adding a bunch of miis and seeing them interact with each other, while not being as in depth as tomodachi life in this aspect, it was still super cool and worked well in the rpg context. I also liked exploring all the new areas and seeing what the new types of enemies would be and what the new battle music would sound like. The game has so many random events that just make the game feel a lot more immersive and zany, overall I really liked this game.

this game prepared me for the persona ai. i need to replay this again it's that good

actual peak, i love this game a lot as a crossover enthusiast and it has given me all the brainworms. the ai-controlled party members is kind of a bummer even if things being hands-off is an intentional feature of the mii series. i would have liked the option to at least try controlling the party members during certain fights or as a gimmick level at some point, but again i do understand that your party doing whatever is part of the challenge and charm of the game. for what it's worth, the ai companions are pretty sensible, though there aren't a lot of complex mechanics that they could mess up when acting on their own lol.

i get brainrot over this game all over again at least once a year please help me

We enjoyed what we played! But then the Switch version dropped, and we've been tempted to just play that, especially since at this point we've entered a lot of friendgroups and our roster could be less skewed.

And then the game got a game-breaking crash when Spotpass died, and we're terrified to try and re-open the game again. Wuh oh.