A Little Too Much Magic in Magical World Sequel


Disney Magical World 2 is a Nintendo 3DS game based off of Disney Magical World where your character moves into Castleton by all the main Disney characters like Mickey, Minnie, Pluto, Daisy, Donald, and Goofy. When you move in, you can decorate your house and meet neighbors. Like it’s prequel, the main objective is to complete tasks to earn stickers that unlock new, exciting opportunities. As you begin, you are lead around by various characters in an extremely lengthy tutorial that teaches you the basics of the game. This included completing quests, returning favors, meeting characters, unlocking worlds, defeating ghosts, creating clothes, making furniture, and much more. Another important of the game is running your own cafe. When you moved into Castleton, the King appointed you to run the cafe by your house while completing other tasks around town. One magical part of this game, is unlocking new worlds. After earning enough stickers and finishing the tutorial, you can unlock worlds with characters like Lilo and Stitch and Aladdin and Jasmine. In these worlds, you can go on quests and earn new items to make more furniture and clothes. Plus, when you meet new characters, you can earn puzzle pieces, and when you complete a puzzle, you earn a dream. For this part, you go back to your house and watch a bizarre assortment of characters flying and such in a colorful rainbow world.


Disney might have been trying to hard when making this game. It is full of content and may even have too much to handle at a time. Also, it may seem like the longest video game tutorial in the history of video games, because the instructions lead you through finding 18 stickers to help you with the rest of the game. Although quite long, the tutorial seems to have important information that could be used later. It is very much like Disney Magical World, despite the fact that there is more characters, options, gameplay, and you get a bigger house. Younger audiences would probably enjoy this game more than older ones because of the constant singing, dancing and slightly over-the-top excitement. With its impressive amount of content, children will most likely spend hours playing this game and unlocking new things. This title will appeal to Disney fans of all ages, but is more relevant to younger audiences. I’d recommend this if you’re looking for a fast-paced, colorful game that will engage you and never make you bored.