After the enormous success of NieR: Automata, the figure of Yoko Taro as an eccentric designer has been on everyone’s lips. The game developed by Platinum and directed by him came out in 2017, but it was not the only game of his that saw the light that year.
Was also launched SINoALICE, a mobile game also directed by Taro himself. Since then, it has only been available in Japan, and its arrival in the rest of the world has been delayed several times. However, today we finally have it here.
Would you please enjoy killing each other?
As announced a few months ago, the global version of SINoALICE is now available for download on the Play Store Android and the App Store iOS. It has taken three years, but the rest of the world can finally get their hands on one of the most peculiar projects of a director who, in turn, is also quite strange.
It is a gacha game (Free-To-Play RPG in which we collect characters through loot box mechanics, although in the case of SINoALICE, we collect weapons). The story brings together characters from classic tales like Little Red Riding Hood or Snow White in a much stranger and darker premise than usual.
The game was developed by Pokélabo, with Yoko Taro leading the direction and Keiichi Okabe as the soundtrack composer. You will remember the latter for being also responsible for the excellent soundtrack of all the installments NieR.
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