NIS America has confirmed that its promisingly punishing strategic role-player Natural Doctrine has been delayed. Thankfully, in this case the wait won't be too painful - the PS4, PS3 and Vita title was set to come out in Europe on 26 September, but will now arrive the following week on 3 October.
Natural Doctrine is a game about Darwin and a game about huge robots with gears for shoulders. If that sounds intriguing, here's something else to excite you: it's also being pitched as a weird blend of Tactics Ogre and Dark Souls.
PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and Vita post-apocalyptic turn-based strategy game Natural Doctrine launches in Europe on 19th September 2014, NIS America has announced.
It launches in North America on 16th September.
Kadokawa's Natural Doctrine features cross-play and cross-save, and will be released digitally and on disc. There's single-player and cross-platform online multiplayer.
Japanese strategy role-playing game Natural Doctrine is headed to Europe and North America this autumn, publisher NIS America has announced.
Japanese publisher Kadokawa Games has announced Natural Doctrine, a strategy RPG for PlayStation 4, PS3 and Vita.
It's the first solo-developed title by Kadokawa, which has previously co-produced and published titles such as Suda51's Lollipop Chainsaw and Killer is Dead.
Sony presented a moody first-look trailer this morning during the company's just-finished Tokyo press conference.