NIS America reported on Thursday that it will discharge Nippon Ichi Software‘s Destiny Connect: Tick-Tock Travelers Destiny Connect game on October 22 in North America, October 25 in Europe, and November 1 in Oceania.
The limited release of the game will package a hardcover art book, soundtrack CD. Slammer coin, flippable COGS set, and publication for US$64.99.
The game‘s discharge date in Japan was deferred from February 28 to March 14 to improve the game’s quality.
The game‘s hero is a 10-year-old young lady named Shari, who is trying to reveal the riddle of an emergency that is tainting the place where she grew up of Clocknee. In the year 2000, she is viewing the New Year’s firecrackers with her mom when every one of the general population around the local area bafflingly stop and abnormal machines take their places. Shari collaborates with a robot named Isaac and her companion Pegureo to utilize time travel to battle against the danger. The game has a topic of integrating ages.