Destiny Connect: Tick-Tock Travelers Time for Nintendo Switch
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Destiny Connect: Tick-Tock Travelers Time

Oct 22, 2019
7.39
playscore
Average
547th of 8560

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About this game

Developer: Nippon Ichi Software
Content Rating: Everyone10+

Summary

The town of Clocknee is celebrating the advent of a new millenium 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.

Gamer Reviews

63 Reviews
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Critic Reviews

9 Reviews
5.78
Trevor GouldOct 25, 2019
Destiny Connect: Tick-Tock Travelers starts off great, with a promising story and fun enemies. But the longer I played, the weaker it became. It’s a simple game (move from point A to point B in a linear fashion) and a short one by RPG standards, so kids might be entertained by it for a while. But the story ultimately resigns itself to cliches, and the backtracking and repetition combine to make this just an average game, at best.
Richard SeagraveOct 31, 2019
If you’ve got a lot of patience and don’t mind games that are very slow-paced, Destiny Connect: Tick-Tock Travelers might be worth a look. After all, thanks to its short playing time, it doesn’t require too much investment. Most JRPG fans will find it not entirely fulfilling though. It should be applauded for trying something a bit different, but at the end of the day a dull game is a dull game. And that’s what Destiny Connect: Tick-Tock Travelers is: a dull, but beautiful, game.
Neal RonaghanOct 18, 2019
The clearest recommendation here is that Destiny Connect is more for the younger gamer in your life, as it’s a kid-friendly adventure that winds up being a little too basic and uninspired for those with more JRPG experience. This game drifts through the sands of time that is the Switch’s library as just another in the line of numerous RPGs of various shapes and sizes. It’s an okay game, but without any defining features other than competency, it’s hard to recommend over similar games in the genre.