Following a western release announcement earlier this week, Destiny Connect is now available in Japan. Nippon Ichi Software marked its release with some new screenshots and a few additional details about the game.
Destiny Connect: Tick-Tock Travelers
NIS America held its Showcase 2019 today, highlighting many upcoming releases for the next year. The presentation included some new announcements, including a 2020 PlayStation Vita release.
Nippon Ichi Software has released a second trailer for Destiny Connect. RPGamers can get another look at Sherry, Pegreo, Isaac, and their allies, plus some of the machines they’ll be up against in their quest to save Clocknee.
Destiny Connect finds some new friends and a haunted mall. Fortunately, the kids have a transforming robot to give them some help.
Nippon Ichi Software has released the debut trailer for Destiny Connect. It also revealed that the time-travelling RPG has been pushed back a couple of weeks in Japan.
Some extra information and media has appeared for Nippon Ichi Software’s new title Destiny Connect. Players will need to investigate the past and future to determine what is happening in the town of Clocknee.
A brand new, original RPG by the creators of Disgaea has been announced. Nippon Ichi Software will launch Destiny Connect in early 2019 in Japan.