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Aliisha: The Oblivion of the Twin Goddesses announced for Switch

Posted on December 15, 2021 by (@NE_Brian) in News, Switch

Aliisha: The Oblivion of the Twin Goddesses

PQube and Underscore have announced Aliisha: The Oblivion of the Twin Goddesses, a puzzle-adventure title. It will launch for Switch in Spring 2022.

Here’s some information about the project:

Meet Lisha and Aisha, average twin girls on the first glace but as you peek behind the façade you realise, there is something distinguishing themselves from those around them: Lisha has been born nearly incapable to perceive emotions or affections, while Aisha has the inability to feel pain.

Stumbling across an abandoned temple told by an ancient folklore tale, the sisters decide to explore and find answers. Get ready to go on an adventure with Aisha and AMBU and solve the riddle around the souls of twins.

A Unique Co-op Experience

Offering you a unique gameplay experience, ‘Aliisha: The Oblivion Of Twin Goddesses’ is playable either alone or with a friend. With its intriguing co-op mode, each character is controlled in their own distinctive way requiring you to work together to combine the twin’s abilities.

Play as adventurous Aisha or rational Lisha and her sidekick AMBU, an AI emotions-collector, as you try to discover the game’s mysteries. Control Aisha by using the Joy-Con controller on the TV, while the other player commands Lisha’s AI Robot using the Nintendo Switch system in handheld mode.

An Emotional Journey Only Available On Nintendo Switch!

Built specifically around the unique hardware features of the Nintendo Switch system, ‘Aliisha: The Oblivion Of Twin Goddesses’ is an emotional journey into the unknown with distinctive and surprising gameplay.

Experiment by swapping characters while playing alone – or bring a friend along for the adventure and tackle the temple together!

View a trailer for Aliisha: The Oblivion of the Twin Goddesses below.

Aliisha: The Oblivion of the Twin Goddesses will be offered both physically and digitally on Switch. A collector’s edition can be pre-ordered from Funstock here.

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