Taisho x Alice All in One Switch Version’s English Text Sold as DLC

Taisho x Alice All in One Switch Version’s English Text Sold as DLC

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Prototype released a new Switch otome visual novel in English. People can now find Taisho x Alice All in One on the eShop in North America and Europe. People can pick up the game for £48.59/$53.99. However, if someone wants to play Taisho x Alice in English on the Switch, they either need to buy the £4.49/$4.99 DLC or £49.49/$54.99 bundle. The PC versions of this otome game’s episodes include the English, Japanese, and Simplified Chinese language options with a purchase.

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Here’s a photo of the UK eShop. Only the Japanese script is available in the 3.2 GB base game. To get the English Taisho x Alice All in One Switch localization, you need to purchase the additional 529 MB DLC and download it.
Taisho x Alice All in One Switch Version’s English Text Sold as DLC

Here’s the launch trailer for Taisho x Alice All in One English.

Taisho x Alice is an otome game in which iconic fairytale heroines and princesses are now heroes and princes for the player to romance. The game consists of three episodes and an epilogue. Episode 1 features Cinderella and Red Riding Hood. Episode 2 stars Kaguya and Gretel. You romance Snow White and The Wizard in the third episode. Alice’s story is told in the epilogue. Each one only features Japanese voice acting. (Buying the English DLC only changes the text’s language.)

Taisho x Alice All in One is now available on the Nintendo Switch in Japan, North America, and Europe. The full bundle is available for $62.96 for PCs on Steam.

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