Yoko Taro’s New Game SINoALICE Released in Japan with New Screenshots

Japanese gamers can now partake in the latest game by Yoko Taro, SINoALICE, while western ones will have to be content with new screenshots.

on June 5, 2017 10:50 PM

Today Square Enix released SINoALICE, a new mobile game for which NieR: Automata creator Yoko Taro acted as Creative Director.

The game, labeled “The worst story” in perfect Yoko Taro-ish style, features 22 unique waif… characters fully voiced and inspired by heroines of western and Japanese fairy tales. 150 different weapons are also included, each with its own unique story.

Besides taking care of the Creative Direction, Yoko Taro also wrote the story, while NieR: Automata composer Keiichi Okabe took care of the score.

If you’re in Japan, you can download the game for Android on Google Play or for iOS on iTunes.

SINoALICE was developed by Pokelabo and is published by Square Enix.  It received 300,000 pre-registrations as of May 18th, and a crossover campaign with NieR: Automata.

You can check out the new screenshots below, and also give a look at the first gameplay trailer, at one released two days ago, and a third from yesterday and the last one released earlier today.

 /  Executive News Editor
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