Destiny Connect: Tick-Tock Travelers, the adorable new title from NIS America, is out and invites PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch owners to a journey through time today, or is it tomorrow?
Originally released on in eastern markets and developed by the team at Nippon Ichi, Destiny Connect: Tick-Tock Travelers is finally making it out west. Following the footsteps of a young girl and her friends, this game beings as our protagonist, Sherry, gets ready to enjoy the festivities of the new year’s Soulman Fest. Unfortunately, things don’t quite go to plan and the usual celebration comes to a standstill. The town of Clocknee is frozen in time and it is up to players to figure out why.
Time detectives will be able to traverse the town across a number of times, jumping between modern Clocknee and its counterpart 30 years in the past. As you try to unravel this mystery Sherry will talk to residents of old Clocknee, solve puzzles, and try to avoid getting caught by evil machines in modern-day. While Sherry explores the town you will watch the repercussions of your actions and when things get a bit hectic retreat to workshops where you can improve your items and equipment using gears.
We are loving the adorable animated aesthetic of this time-traveling adventure. From the giant friendly robot that assists Sherry to the depiction of the town of Clocknee, I have a particular need for this title. Thankfully time is no object to these heroes. Destiny Connect: Tick-Tock Travelers is out today for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch in North America! Europe and Oceania can gear up for adventure on October 25 and November 1, respectively.
All The Versions
To celebrate the launch of this title, NIS has released a limited edition PSN bundle that contains a ton of themes and avatars from the game. You can check out details here. For players that want something a bit more hands-on, the Limited Edition boxed set comes with a copy of the game, an official art book, the soundtrack, a slammer coin, flippable COGs, a collectible poster, and a box for the set. The base game is, of course, available digitally via the PlayStation Store and Nintendo eShop.
If you are not ready to jump through time quite yet then check out the launch trailer. You can find out more about the game and check out the various editions of the game on the official website now.