Don’t You Dare Close Your Eyes In Magi: A Whole New World

By Eugene . January 29, 2014 . 11:00am


It’s time for new horizons to pursue in Magi: A Whole New World. The upcoming Nintendo 3DS action RPG shows off a little more of the special voiceovers and what-if in its all-original mode, alongside shots of the Sinbad and Magnostadt arcs that the game will also cover.

The game will take you wonder by wonder, throwing in many of the characters from the series including Aladdin himself, Ali Baba, Morgiana and more. You’ll be able to level them up and take two more characters on your dungeon delves, with no one to tell you no, or where to go for unbelievable sights.


Magi: A Whole New World will be a dazzling place you never knew existed on your Nintendo 3DS come February 13th.

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  • Solomon_Kano

    ♪A whole new wooooooorld!♪

    • J_Joestar

      ♪A New Fantastic Point of View!♪

  • TheWon and Only

    Glad to see Japan starting to put out games based on anime again. For while it was pretty quiet, but now it seems to be picking up!

    • J_Joestar

      well they have continued to do so for a long time, just that it was mostly on the PSP which was basically the “Otaku” Platform.

  • Hawk Ward

    At first I was a little bit sceptical, but this actually looks pretty awesome. I love how much inspiration they took from the anime itself to create an acceptable, sorta alternate setting for the sake of game relevant stuffs.

    One thing I think some games hinder from is that they try to replicate the anime too strictly, “if it doesn’t feel like we’re “playing” the anime, it’s bad”, so to speak. But it actually looks like A Whole New World is aiming to be a legitimately fun to play game instead of going through the story of Magi in a painstakingly chronological order, which I really do appreciate.

  • refrain

    A whole new world? I just have to post this

    • Vince

      Have to find where the Keyhole is in this world.

  • J_Joestar

    that reminds me, i’ve only really read the manga for Magi, are the animes a good adaptation?

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