Easing you in with a new feature
Aliisha: The Oblivion of Twin Goddesses was originally slated for a Spring 2022 release on Switch, but that didn’t end up happening. It seems the game needed a bit more time in development, but thankfully, the wait is almost over. We learned recently that Aliisha: The Oblivion of Twin Goddesses is set for a November 24th, 2022 release, and today brings us a new video showing how to play.
Lisha and Aisha are twin sisters. They are born with certain characters that set them different from ordinary people. Lisha, a few seconds older than Aisha, is gifted with a highly rational mind but nearly incapable of perceiving emotions or affection. On the other hand, Aisha is very sensitive and susceptible. She loves to go on advanturous trips and often gets injured, but she cannot feel any pain.
During one trip, Aisha discovered an abandoned temple that exists in a folklore told by local people. The legend has it that all the priests served in the past at the temple are all twins. Furthermore, Aisha learns that a certain mysterious appliance in the temple can integrate the souls of twins. Eager to solve the mystery, Aisha urges Lisha to go exploring the temple together. Though not convinced, Lisha send her AI robot “AMBU” to go on the advanture with Aisha as her urge persists.
Throughout the game, Aisha and the AI robot “AMBU” explore the temple together. Players are challenged with great eye-hand synergetic skills to role-play Aisha and a cool rational mind to role-play “AMBU”.
The game will be most well played with complementary “asymmerical information” sharing and coorperation. There are multiple choices for players to make and different choices may lead to different endings. Try it out with your friends, lovers, or family members and see how well you make a team. Enjoy the unique adventure journey of Aliisha.
In the game, Aisha and Lisha will be controlled in their own distinctive way, so that the players will enjoy the playing experience exclusive to themselves. Furthermore, features of both Joy-Con and HD Rumble are designed to operate mechanical devices in the story. In other words, both players not only have to brainstorm to solve puzzles, but they also need to move around to pass one level and another in the ruins.
For those who like going on an adventure like Aisha, your teammate needs to be physically agile as the game is majorly designed with motion control, only for Joy Con. On TV, you need to solve the puzzle with actual movements in real life. Your stability is the key to solving puzzles. That’s why you should team up with someone that is good at playing with a grip strengthener!