I should preface this by saying that I absolutely love RPGs. They’re my absolute favorite genre, and they probably always will be. That said, Atlus makes some really good RPGs, and Tokyo Mirage Sessions is no exception.
Minor spoilers for Tokyo Mirage Sessions below
When I first heard about Ready Player One, it seemed like a book that would be right up my alley. As someone who writes about video game history in the 1960s-1985, an avid gamer, and an aficionado and fan of 1980s pop culture, this book seemed tailor made for me.
Then I read it.
Spoilers below for Ready Player One