The localization of Alice in the Heart has not been received favorably by many fans. I’ve read several reviews and rants about its many shortcomings. Many have called the game half-assed, drawing attention the poor translation quality, hastily edited CGs, and lackluster writing. For me this is my first ever Quin Rose game (I’m a Quin Rose virgin 😉). So I may be a bit more forgiving of shortcomings in the game. I’m not going to go into a lot of detail about the gameplay as a whole. For that check out my earlier post about the game HERE, where I give my first thoughts about the game, the review covers the prologue. For my first playthrough I decided to go with Peter White.
Edit: On September 25, 2015 QuinRose’s parent company Artmove ceased distribution of ALL QuinRose games. The game has been removed from all mobile app stores! Despite this I hope you enjoy this review!
Alice in the Heart – Wonderful Wonder Worldis an Alice in Wonderland inspired fantasy otome game developed by QuinRose. So, I’m about a year late at finally playing this game. So when I heard that we were going to get an English port of Alice in the Country of Hearts, I was super stoked! Alice in Wonderland the otoge, is like a dream, but then I heard about the terrible translation. It broke my heart.
So with heavy heart I decided to pass the game up and moved on, but now that the semester is done with and winter break is on the horizon, I figured it was time to finally give the game another try. So, the elephant in the room: the translation! It’s completely awful, but bearable. I mean I will give QuinRose props for translating the entire game on their own, especially since they aren’t native English speakers!
Edit: On September 25, 2015 QuinRose’s parent company Artmove ceased distribution of ALL QuinRose games. As of right now the game is no longer available in Google Play or the App store! Despite this I hope you enjoy this review!