SINoALICE Smartphone Game Recasts Red Riding Hood Character
posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
The official website for Square Enix's SINoALICE smartphone game announced on Monday that Rika Tachibana will replace Ayaka Imamura as the voice of the character Red Riding Hood. Imamura retired from the entertainment industry at the end of June due to her worsening health.
Nexon will release the game worldwide, although it has not yet announced a release date. GREE previously revealed in October that it will release SINoALICE in North America in Europe. GREE also revealed plans to release the game in Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macau by the end of this year with company Komoe Game.
Nexon describes the game:
SINoALICE is a chilling retelling of classic fairy tale within an unsettling dark fantasy world inspired by the game's creative director, Yoko Taro (NieR: Automata). The game follows several popular fairy tale heroes as they work together to navigate perilous lands, battle menacing enemies and solve mind-bending puzzles to resurrect the storytellers that created them.
Square Enix released SINoALICE for iOS and Android in Japan in June 2017. Taro Yoko (NieR: Automata, Drakengard) is the game's creative director. Pokelabo (Senki Zesshō Symphogear XD Unlimited, Senran no Samurai Kingdom) is developing the game. MONACA's Keiichi Okabe is composing the music and jino is designing the characters.
Source: SINoALICE game's website
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