The FuRyu-developed fantasy RPG ‘The Alliance Alive’ for the 3DS has been delayed merely weeks before its March 30 release date, now pushing its scheduled debut to June 22.
FuRyu announced during a press release that the game simply requires additional improvements in its overall quality, despite a steady progression in its development.
Those who pre-ordered the game will now receive five 3DS themes and a soundtrack CD album in apology for its delay.
The Alliance Alive follows nine different characters in a world where magic beings control the state; detailing their narratives individually as players view their perspectives of the events that unfold.
Check out the latest trailer for the game here: