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Nippon Ichi has launched the full Japanese website for their upcoming Switch game Destiny Connect, which provides quite a few new details on the game. Credit goes to Gematsu for the translation; we’ve summarized the most important details below:

Lapis li Abyss third trailer

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With a little over a week until launch in Japan, Nippon Ichi has revealed yet another new trailer for Lapis li Abyss.

The chibi-style action RPG is slated to land on Switch in Japan on November 29. Fans can get a look at all the cute and chaotic action the game will bring in the trailer below.

The recently announced Nippon Ichi Software RPG Destiny Connect created a teaser website to build anticipation for the game. In addition, pre-orders are live at several Japanese retailers and they include new information about the game. Here’s what they reveal courtesy of a translation by Gematsu: 


To you, who was once a child, and you, who will one day find someone precious.

Destiny Connect is a completely new RPG in development at Nippon Ichi Software.

The Twon of Clocknee and its People, Depicted in 3D Graphics

The graphics are full 3D. The goal was a sense of beauty and comfort only possible with deformed graphics. Players will control characters and explore Clocknee, a town with a nostalgic atmosphere, while advancing the story.

A Story of the Past, Future, and a Growing Cast of Characters

The protagonist is Sherry, a girl who lives in the suburban town of Clocknee. In order to figure out the mystery of the disaster that struck the town, Sherry and company will travel through time to fight against Clocknee’s crisis. Sherry and company will travel between the past and future, encounter various characters, and grow.

Power-Up Isaac with Form Changes and Modifications

Isaac is a robot that travels with Sherry and company. Players can power up his abilities by setting components called gears. Additionally, by changing forms, Isaac’s battle style will drastically change, so choose a form based on the enemy’s disposition and exhibit Isaac’s power to your heart’s content.

Destiny Connect launches February 28 on Switch.


Following the initial announcement of the original RPG Destiny Connect by Nippon Ichi Software yesterday, some additional details have surfaced about the game.

The information gives first insight into the development of the new title, as well as the story of it. We’ve compiled a list of the news from Gematsu’s full article on Destiny Connect below.

Nippon Ichi Software announced today via Famitsu that their new original RPG Destiny Connect is coming to Nintendo Switch. Directed by Yoshihiko Toda and written by Jun Yokota, the story takes place in the nostalgic town “Clocknee”. After a disaster occurs there, it’s up to Sherry, Pegreo and a robot named Isaac to deal with this. The game will be released on February 28th in Japan.

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Nippon Ichi Software just shared the second trailer for its upcoming chibi-style Action RPG Lapis li Abyss. The game arrives on Switch in Japan on November 29. Watch the trailer below.

Only a week out from release, NIS America is hyping up the upcoming launch of Disgaea 1 Complete on Switch with a cute and quirky promo involving the series’ mascot character.

Fans can pump themselves up for their adventure alongside Prinny in the newest video. Be sure to check out the footage below.

NIS America is continuing the rollout of videos for Disgaea 1 Complete. Watch the “My Heart is Wicked” trailer below.

Tokyo Game Show is currently ongoing, and lots of gameplay footage from upcoming games is popping up. One of them is Lapis li Abyss (or Lapis x Labyrinth, as it is being called for its release in Southeast Asia). This comes to us via a stream from 4Gamer; the relevant footage can be seen between 1:40:25 and 2:12:34:


At the Tokyo Game Show, Game Informer caught up with Nippon Ichi president Sohei Niikawa. Niikawa had a few interesting things to say about supporting Switch and more.

During the interview, Niikawa mentioned that NIS “wants to continue to release more and more games” on Switch. He said the following about releasing games on the platform: