Nintendo 3DS

The Alliance Alive Delayed By About Three Months In Japan To June 22



FuRyu’s upcoming Nintendo 3DS RPG The Alliance Alive, made in the style of The Legend of Legacy and written by Suikoden creator Yoshitaka Murayama, has been delayed by three months in Japan, the company announced.


FuRyu says that the development on the completely new fantasy RPG is advancing, but in order to make it into a more satisfying product, they’ll need more time to improve on its quality.


To make up for it, they’re giving away a special soundtrack CD and five 3DS themes for those who pre-order the game that was initially expected to release on March 30.


The Alliance Alive’s new release date is June 22, 2017 in Japan for Nintendo 3DS.

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