Netflix has renewed their commitment to Alice In Borderland Nude after its immensely popular first season. This bloody, compelling Japanese genre-hybrid continues to push the limits of battle royale genre in an engaging, innovative manner; also managing to build depth into characters while maintaining its brutal yet captivating horror elements. However, some inconsistencies exist which don’t live up to potential.
Story begins with a massacre which quickly unites Arisu, Usagi, Chishiya and Kuina from season 1. From there we move onto the game itself; players face off against each other in battles based on suits of cards (clubs, hearts, diamonds and spades).
Each challenge requires players to use their wits, strength, athleticism, teamwork and even their genitals in order to score Visa points and stay alive. It’s an exhilarating game filled with surprises – anyone willing to put in the hard work has an equal chance at victory!
Arisu and his crew have survived the mad slaughter that claimed most of the residents of Beach proto-community, yet face new challenges: 12 face cards from Jacks to Kings offer torture, death and betrayal in various forms – it keeps viewers on the edge of their seats wondering what will come next! A strong cast and budget make this game compellingly engaging – keeping viewers anticipating every move Arisu makes as an action thriller film.