Taisho x Alice: Heads & Tails Brings New Stories Featuring Best Boy Woolfe and Sexy Oniichan Ryoushi to the West This Year

Primula has announced the western release of Taisho x Alice: Heads & Tails. It’ll be available on Steam in 2022, though a more specific date has yet to be confirmed, and it’ll include English, Chinese and Japanese subtitles. The visual novel is a fandisc of the otome game Taisho x Alice expanding the narrative through two different story sides.

Taisho x Alice tells the story of Yurika Arisu, a young girl who finds herself in a dark place without memories of who she is. After meeting a young man called Alice, she dives into a Looking-Glass World where things are slightly weird. This topsy-turvy world features beautiful young men, some of which are genderbent versions of famous fairy tale characters such as Snow White and Cinderella.

On the other side of the mirror, Yurika finds herself doing her best to save these “princes”. Sold on PC in an episodic format, the ideal route order follows the release order as players go deeper into the rabbit hole of the narrative. A complete version of all four main episodes called Taisho x Alice: All in One was recently released on Switch by Prototype.

Taisho x Alice: Heads & Tails is a fandisc that expands the story in two areas. On the Heads side, there are afterstories for all the couples from the previous episodes so players can enjoy an extra time of Yurika interacting with the boys. On the Tails side, we get to see the perspectives of Woolfe and Ryoushi as they investigate the mystery. I won’t go into further details for spoiler reasons but people who finished Epilogue should know what is going on.

Check out a few screenshots of Taisho x Alice: Heads & Tails:

We’ll keep you updated as more info, such as Taisho x Alice: Heads & Tails release date, is announced by developer Primula and publisher Pencil.

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Ivanir Ignacchitti

Random Japanese games are my jam. Handhelds, RPGs, VNs and PC banzai.