Article / News

Crymachina Delayed to July 27th in Japan

Two characters sitting together in CRYMACHINA.

Stylish action RPG Crymachina has been delayed and will hit Japanese shores on July 27th! Publisher FuRyu and developer Aquria said the delay is necessary to improve the game’s quality before it goes live.

Crymachina is set to release in the West sometime during the fall of 2023, and it’ll land on PlayStation 4 & 5, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam. The game centers on three mechanical girls who battle to become “real humans” in a post-apocalyptic world. Crymachina promises fast-paced action RPG combat, customizable characters, and a heartwarming story. My fingers are crossed that we get a Western release date ASAP!

Steam Overview of Crymachina

CRYMACHINA is an action RPG where mechanical girls strive to survive in a post-apocalyptic world to become “Real Humans.” But what does it mean to be a “Real Human”?
Join the three playable main characters as they fight in fast-paced action RPG combat featuring a myriad of tactics to customize your weapons and challenge your foes.
This heartwarming story of love, told by synthetic beings, will pull at the strings of your biological heart.

See for yourself whether happy catharsis awaits these mechanical girls as they cry, struggle, and overcome their fate.


In modern times, a strange disease runs rampant. A young girl named Lebel Distel who teeters on the brink of death hears a mysterious voice–”You have been chosen.” Though taken by darkness, Leben awakens to find herself in a dark, post-apocalyptic world and is greeted by an android named Enoa.

Leben finds herself in Eden, a structure where machines continue to operate with the goal of creating “Real Humans” to restore humanity. Guided by Enoa, Leben becomes entangled in the battle to become a “Real Human.”


Crymachina Artwork

“Humans get a gold star.” Enoa (voiced by Hikaru Tono)

Crymachina Artwork

“Humans are stupid.” Leben Distel (voiced by Risa Tsumugi)

Crymachina Artwork 005

“Humans should live in a cool way.” Mikoto Sengiku (voiced by Ruriko Aoki)

Crymachina artwork

“Family makes us human.” Ami Shido (voiced by Minami Takahashi)

Source: Gematsu

Be part of the conversation and join us on our Discord, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
Cory Cauthon

Cory Cauthon

It took Cory a few decades to connect his interests in writing and RPGs, but he finally did! When he isn't playing or writing about RPGs, you can probably find him listening to podcasts or trying to corral his dogs.

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.