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Video: This Disney Magical World Trailer Shows You What You Actually Do In The Game

Posted by Thomas Whitehead

It's so sugary sweet

Disney Magical World has been mentioned a fair bit over recent days here on Nintendo Life, with its 11th April release in North America somewhat creeping up on us. There's little doubt that it's being considered as a major release, however, with its cute style and Disney characters sure to attract nostalgic as well as young gamers.

We've already had special hardware announcements, with a "Peach Pink" 2DS coming to Gamestop and a Mickey Edition 3DS XL on the way to Walmart. Those not anxious to own more hardware may want to see more of the Mii-centric game, however, which combines 'sim' elements with different modes, activities and adventures to try out. Thankfully Nintendo of America has obliged with a new video, meaning you no longer need to watch Japanese trailers from 2013 while trying to figure out what's happening.

You can check it out below, so let us know what you think.

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shigulicious said:

I think I'm gonna pick this up at WalMart. Plus I work there and get a 10% discount so yay for me.



Windy said:

pre-bought I hope its good I've been looking forward to this one



Dpullam said:

If I didn't already spend almost 700 hours in Animal Crossing New Leaf I'd consider getting this game. I'm usually a fan of anything gaming or otherwise that's related to Disney.



BSFsontails1012 said:

I want this so badly! The only problem is, I already had my money set aside for Kirbly Triple Deluxe, but maybe I'll find a way to save up for this.



Kyloctopus said:

This game doesn't look good to me. However, with Famitsu's 34/40 it is somewhat convincing. Then again, when does Famitsu give a low score? They gave Nintendogs and FFXIII-2 a perfect score, and Ninja Gaiden Z a 36/40.



Ralizah said:

Definitely cute, but Kirby: Triple Deluxe takes priority for me. I'll try to pick this one up soon, though.



Tops said:

I don't have any interest in this although the dungeon aspects seem like a good way to widen it's appeal (if Disney even needs that lol) so I hope it's enjoyable for those who go for it



J-Manix98 said:

It looks like a mix between Animal crossing and Kingdom hearts...Without FF characters!



Jakeman said:

So is this only being released (in English) in North America? Any signs of an Australian or European release date. Or is this yet another game we will miss out on?
I don't know if I would be interested in this game personally but it would make a great Birthday / Christmas gift.



AJWolfTill said:

This looks like great use of the licence and seems to be a very well thought out title. I don't think I'm part of it's demographic though.



mamp said:

I wanna get it, it looks interesting I hope the reviews are good.



Victoria said:

I don't know why I still watch videos and get interested in a game before checking if it's available in the EU. No date here means it'll probably be a very long time before we see it. And by then everyone in NA will have moved on to something else.



bluecat said:

I'm still pretty curious about this game. Looks like a nice "lay back and chill" game, like Animal Crossing. Will wait for reviews though.



feelthesarcasm said:

It's a mix of Rune Factory and Animal Crossing from what my friend told me playing the Japanese version. More like Rune Factory in the battling and the fact that you do have to proceed through the game and unlock things. Everything isn't available to you as soon as you start the game. You have to finish challenges to unlock new areas and there's item hunting.



AshFoxX said:

Huh... I might have to check this out, it's like Animal Crossing, but you can actually DO stuff like quests and ghost hunting. Might have to keep an eye on this one

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