The Tower: To the Bottom Renamed to Arcana of Paradise: The Tower, Delayed to April 20, 2023

    Renamed to emphasis the game's tarot card elements.

    Shueisha Games and Tasto Alpha announced The Tower: To the Bottom has been delayed to April 20, 2023 and renamed to Arcana of Paradise: The Tower. The upcoming title costs $19.99 and will be available for Nintendo Switch and PC via Steam.

    According to Shueisha Games and Tasto Alpha, the name change will help increase visibility for the final release. Additionally, the new name references the game’s tarot card elements. Although Arcana of Paradise: The Tower was delayed, the extra development time allows Tasto Alpha to develop new content.

    “Pushing the release date was necessary to ensure that Arcana of Paradise: The Tower lives up to the expectations of our fans and partners,” said Shueisha Games executive officer and executive producer Masami Yamamoto. “Tasto Alpha, and we know this will make for a better game, and we look forward to everyone’s journey to the bottom of the tower beginning this April.”

    Arcana of Paradise: The Tower will support English, Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, German, French, Spanish, and Brazilian Portuguese. Physical standard and collector’s editions will be sold in Japan, and pre-orders are available now.

    Here’s an overview of the game via Gematsu:

    Embark on a topsy-turvy tarot-inspired journey featuring character design by Masaoki Shindo, the artist behind the hit manga in Weekly Shonen Jump, RuriDragon. Guide a group of brave children trapped atop the tower as they make the perilous journey to the bottom in search of sustenance. Featuring a total of 20 playable children, each with their own starting cards, stacking the deck in their favor. In each run, players will be able to form a party of two to delve into the Tower.
    Choose wisely, as real-time battles call for split-second decisions. Execute attack cards with haste to string together powerful combos, and play defensive cards at the perfect moment to put enemies in a daze. Re-deal new cards instantly if dealt a lousy hand, and watch for cards that can flip with surprising positive and negative effects. Pick from hundreds of possible pairings, as each child earns new traits and upgrades after every successful run.
    Fight for survival against the tower’s inhabitants that grow in peculiarity after every descent, and collect new battle cards after each skirmish. The spoils of victory create a conundrum – will the heroes reward fellow tower mates with nourishing loaves of bread or build out the deck on this run to aid the arduous trek into the belly of the beast?
    Announcement Trailer

    Lastly, the game’s official website is live here.

    Soul Kiwami
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