Believe it or not, I’ve been with Just Push Start for almost a decade and in that time I’ve reviewed every game Nippon Ichi Software has set out. Thus, once I saw the art fashion change in Destiny Connect: Tick-Tock Travelers, I had been somewhat less than receptive. And, I may not enjoy it after playing with it for a little but I can see the charm in it.
The very best way to describe Destiny Connect: Tick-Tock Travelers is a turn based RPG with a lot of charm. It plays which means that you can expect a decent amount of difficulty leveling and more from it even though it doesn’t seem like the usual RPG Nippon Ichi lays out. What really stood out about the art style is more, their defeat and the enemies looked. There was a lot of transitions that are subtle, such as the tv ene
Outside of combat, the same charm appears in the world around you. Levels, characters and settings have a quirky feel that stands out. This makes exploration a little more fun, as looking at everything it has to offer is important, though most of what was included was linear.
Despite not getting to see everything Destiny Connect: Tick-Tock Travelers had to offer, what I did see showed it might not look like the games I’ve come to love but it certainly plays like one. And, if nothing else, that is more than enough to want to give it a go.