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Delayed Pixel Art Adventure Game, Tokyo Stories, Gets Pushed Back
Drecom has delayed pixel art adventure game Tokyo Stories from its previously planned 2023 release window to an unannounced date. It will be available for console and PC via Steam.
According to producer Yuki Ikeda, Tokyo Stories was originally intended to be a small project, but grew in scope as the team worked in the project each day and realized there were more ideas and content they wanted to implement.
A Tokyo Stories demo will be playable at BitSUmmit Let’s Go! in Kyoto from July 14 to 16.
Get the full message from Ikeda on the delay below.
Notice Concerning Postponement of the Release Date of Tokyo Stories
Tokyo Stories was originally scheduled to be released in 2023. Unfortunately, after much consideration we have decided to postpone the release schedule to “to be determined” status. We are very sorry for all the people who have been looking forward to the release of Tokyo Stories to be made this year.
Our original plan of the title was to be a rather small project. But as our team worked on the project day by day, we came to a realization that we had more ideas and contents we wanted to implement in Tokyo Stories than we originally had in mind.
It was a difficult decision for us, but at the same time, it was a chance to make the project even better. From the day when we made our first announcement of Tokyo Stories last year, we have been encouraged by many positive reactions and opinions we received from everyone. The voices of the community have driven us to be confident in what we were making. We would like to express our thanks for the support that the community has given us over the year.
With our goal of creating a memorable experience for everyone, we are now working together as a team with all our might to develop this project.
We have prepared a small playable version that will be showcased at our booth in the upcoming “BitSummit Let’s Go!” and we are hoping you will come and visit us!
We are still working hard to bring Tokyo Stories to you, and it will take some time until the full official release. We appreciate your patience and understanding over this matter and we look forward to your continued support!
Producer Yuki Ikeda
Comprehensive Coverage of Tokyo Stories Delay
Drecom has announced a delay in the release of the highly anticipated pixel art adventure game, Tokyo Stories. Originally planned for a 2023 release, the game’s launch window has now been changed to an unannounced date. Tokyo Stories will be available for console and PC players via Steam.
The decision to delay the release comes after careful consideration by the producer, Yuki Ikeda. Initially conceived as a small project, the scope of Tokyo Stories expanded as the development team worked tirelessly on it. New ideas and content emerged, prompting the decision to take more time to implement them effectively.
While the delay may disappoint fans eagerly awaiting the game’s release, the producer assured that the additional time will allow them to enhance the project and create an even better gaming experience. The positive reactions and feedback from the community have been a driving force for the team, and they express their gratitude for the support received thus far.
To showcase the progress made so far, a demo of Tokyo Stories will be playable at BitSummit Let’s Go! in Kyoto from July 14 to 16. This offers fans a preview of what they can expect from the game and builds excitement for its eventual release.
Producer Yuki Ikeda emphasizes that the team is fully committed to developing Tokyo Stories and creating a memorable experience for players. They are dedicated to delivering a high-quality game and appreciate the patience and understanding of the community during the extended wait.
Stay tuned for further updates on the release date of Tokyo Stories, and continue to support this eagerly anticipated pixel art adventure game.
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