The Alliance Alive delayed to June 22 in Japan

Fantasy RPG needs more time for quality improvements.

The Alliance Alive

FuRyu has delayed 3DS fantasy RPG The Alliance Alive from its previously announced March 30 release date in Japan to June 22.

In a press release, the company said that although development has been progressing on the title, it has determined that further quality improvements are necessary in order to make the game more satisfying.

To apologize for the delay, users who pre-order the game will receive a special soundtrack album CD and set of five 3DS themes.

If you missed it, catch our last big update on the game here.

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