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NIS America: Destiny Connect: Tick-Tock Travelers For Nintendo Switch Coming West This Autumn

Along with the announcement of the Alliance Alive HD Remaster coming to the west this autumn via NIS America comes news that another title for the Nintendo Switch is heading to the west. That game is Destiny Connect: Tick-Tock Travelers which is described as time traveler RPG. Here are the details about the launch versions and additional extras

The launch “Time Capsule Edition” of Destiny Connect: Tick-Tock Travelers includes a copy of the game, set of flippable COGS, and a “Farewell ’99” poster. The $64.99 limited edition includes a copy of the game, hardcover art book, soundtrack CD, “Slammer” coin, set of flippable COGS, “Farewell ’99” poster, and a collector’s box. It is available for pre-order now at the NIS America Online Store.



The town of Clocknee is celebrating the advent of a new millennium when time suddenly comes to a halt and a horde of hostile animated machines appears. It’s up to a young girl named Sherry, her friend Pegreo, and Isaac, the time-traveling robot, to unravel the mystery behind the strange events. Together, they’ll revisit the past and peer into the future, learning some very interesting things about their families and their peculiar town.

Key Features

  • Time-Walker – Explore the enigmatic town of Clocknee, and watch as the world shifts around you based on your actions.
  • Gear-Grinder – Use your mechanical skills to fend off hostile machines and manipulate parts of the environment!
  • Fixer-Upper – Enter workshops where you can improve your items and equipment using gears!


  1. Sounds promising, but unfortunately the trailer didn’t give me much to go on. Hope it progresses nicely.

  2. Great!

    It looks like a nice game.

    It feels like Jimmy Neutron made it to Chrono Trigger.

    I’m thrilled to hear it having a western release this autumn.

    And I like how the cartoony art style juxtaposes the trailer’s somber tone.

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