Publisher: Bandai Namco
I always try to approach reviews without preconceptions, but every once in a while, you just know that a game is going to suck at first glance. Disney Magical World. Even the name screams shovelware, while the blurb and screenshots looked suspiciously like an Animal Crossing clone on a budget.
But there's an old saying about assumptions, and it always holds true, because on rare occasions these games can turn out to be legitimately great!
Disney Magical World is one of those welcome surprises. Here we have a game that goes far beyond what Animal Crossing offers, blending management, adventure, farming, exploration, dungeon crawling, crafting, a cast of legendary characters and a bit of... am I really going to write this?... Disney magic into a confident and competent thief of time. Seeing as it's a personal adventure, it's only fitting that I accompany the article with a selection of my own MiiVerse-shared photos!
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