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Tagged: Destiny Connect
This week, Anna Marie is so excited about Blizzcon that she totally forgets the order of the show! Chris, Kelley, Peter, and Josh somehow still cover what we’re playing, news, and new releases…eventually, anyways.
Welcome to Clocknee, the place where time stands still. Will Nippon Ichi’s new time-traveling RPG leave its mark on the future, or has it failed to properly learn the lessons of the past?
Jonathan crashes the RPGCast this week because he heard that Chris, Anna Marie, Kelley, Peter, and Nathan were dissing on Tactics Ogre. We also discuss child care our Now Playing. But don’t worry, while the news is slim, it’s also pleasantly robust.
NIS America’s time-traveling RPG Destiny Connect: Tick-Tock Travelers is out now for PS4 and Switch in North America. Its European release follows this Friday.
Destiny Connect is an RPG about children and their time-travel robot Isaac. Anna Marie Privitere goes back into the past with the game during a hands-on event at this year’s PAX West.
When clockwork machines find a way to freeze time, it’s no good panicking. NIS America has created a new trailer that gives advice on what to do when Destiny Connect launches in October.
Pascal Tekaia went back twenty years at this year’s E3 to check out Destiny Connect. NIS America’s time travelling RPG is coming to PS4 and Switch this October.
Time-traveling RPG Destiny Connect will be coming to North America and Europe this October. Once that date arrives, players will quickly be heading back to 1999.
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.
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.