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Famitsu has carried the news that Nippon Ichi Software in Japan has announced a brand new JRPG, for release in the home country early next year. Titled Destiny Connect, it looks like a dream-like story of childhood fantasy and has a fairy-tale aesthetic, and it looks like it will be surreal and beautiful and a whole lot of fun.

From the description in Famitsu:

A disaster has occurred in the warm and nostalgic town of Clocknee. In order to resolve this incident, an adventure that revolves around time will unfold between characters including a girl named Sherry, a boy named Pegreo, and a robot named Isaac.

The game releases late in February in Japan. No doubt, we’ll hear a lot more about it when NISA inevitably announces the western release at some point in the months ahead.

– Matt S. 
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