Nippon Ichi Software's Destiny Connect Game Delayed to March
posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
The official website for Nippon Ichi Software's Destiny Connect game revealed on Monday that the game's release date has been delayed from February 28 to March 14 to improve the game's quality.
The game will ship for the PlayStation 4 and the Nintendo Switch.
The game's protagonist is a 10-year-old girl named Shari, who is seeking to uncover the mystery of a crisis that is infecting her home town of Clocknee. In the year 2000, she is watching the New Year's fireworks with her mother when all the people in town mysteriously freeze and strange machines take their places. Shari teams up with a robot named Isaac and her friend Pegureo to use time travel to fight against the menace. The work will have a theme of tying generations together.
The game will have full 3D graphics and turn-based combat. Shari and her allies will be able to learn a variety of skills for battle, and the robot Isaac will be customizable using "gear" items.
Yoshihiko Toda is directing the game and Jun Yokota of SYUPRO-DX is writing the scenario.