If you want to try Nippon Ichi Software’s JRPG Destiny Connect: Tick-Tock Travelers before its western release, now you can, albeit in Japanese.
Of course, you need a Japanese PSN or Nintendo account to install the demo, but this is the nature of the beast, and they’re easy to create. The demo lets you play the first four chapters.
If you’re unfamiliar with the game, you read an official description below.
“The town of Clocknee is celebrating the advent of a new millennium 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.”
The game will come to North America on October 22, while players in Europe will have to wait the usual few days longer, getting the game on October 25. It released in Japan a few months ago.
Below you can check out a few images of the game from both stores.