The ESRB has detailed the Teen rating for Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE. The Japanese role-playing game contains suggestive content categorized as fantasy violence, language, suggestive themes and use of alcohol.
Despite the censorship in the localized release, some female characters still wear “low-cut clothing that reveals large amounts of cleavage.” There are also some suggestive dialogue. You can check out the full rating summary for Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE below:
This is a role-playing game in which players assume the role of a high-school student who solves a mystery while helping his friend become a pop idol. As players explore dungeon-like environments, they engage in turn-based battles with fantastical enemies known as Mirages. Characters take turns selecting moves from a menu in order to use arrows, spears, swords, and magic attacks to defeat enemies. Battles are highlighted by yells, impact sounds, and light effects. Some female characters are depicted wearing low-cut clothing that reveals large amounts of cleavage; a handful of cutscenes contain brief close-ups of characters’ cleavage. Characters occasionally engage in suggestive dialogue (e.g., “I need no praise from some disappointing 3D girl with a 2D chest!”). In a handful of scenes, a character is depicted drunk and hungover (e.g., dry-heaving sounds, slurred speech); players are to tasked with finding a hangover remedy for her. The word “sh*t” appears in the dialogue.
You can preorder Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE, which is releasing for the Wii U on June 24th, with this link on Amazon.