Disney and Aniplex's versatile JRPG, Disney Twisted-Wonderland, will finally dispatch in North America with a full English translation. Pre-orders are presently live, offering rewards to players who register for the game in front of its release.
Disney Twisted-Wonderland was first released in Japan in March of 2020, accumulating over 1.5 million downloads upon dispatch. The game features a unique story, with characters inspired by classic Disney villains such as The Little Mermaid's Ursula, The Lion King's Scar, and Sleeping Beauty's Maleficent. Yana Toboso, maker of acclaimed manga and anime series Black Butler, supplied all person designs as well as the principle script for the game.
Another trailer from Aniplex confirms that Disney Twisted-Wonderland will release in the United States and Canada on January 20, 2022. The protagonist-whose name is chosen by the player-is transported to a different universe through an enchanted mirror. Showing up at Night Raven College, an otherworldly school much the same as Harry Potter's Hogwarts, they are taken in by the institution's headmaster despite having no mysterious abilities. The player must search for a way back to their own reality, interfacing with Disney Twisted-Wonderland's changed cast of characters en route.
The center ongoing interaction of Disney Twisted-Wonderland blends the mechanics of JRPGs, mood games, and gacha games, all set to visual novel storytelling. The player can use Magical Keys to summon new characters of differing strength and extraordinariness. Going to classes at Night Raven College will further develop a person's stats, permitting them to perform better in the turn-based battles that make up the game's battle. The two enemies and party members have weaknesses, which can be targetted by particular types of wizardry for additional harm. Mood based minigames also assume a key part, requiring the player to procure a sufficiently high score to progress.
As gacha games such as Genshin Impact and Fire Emblem: Heroes become increasingly famous in the west, it's no surprise to see Disney and Aniplex taking advantage of the market for these games. Where Disney Twisted-Wonderland stands to acquire, nonetheless, is from Disney's social omnipresence. The universal allure of the franchise's characters is a colossal draw for the game, especially to those who may be new to gacha games in general. Given the pervasiveness of the game's many fan-made translations, an official restriction has a decent shot at succeeding with English-speaking audiences. Disney Twisted-Wonderland's initial release one year from now is sure to amuse both gacha players as well as Disney's army of fans, offering another interpretation of the media monster's adored characters.