Imageepoch discussing Tokitowa localization

Thursday, May 31st, 2012

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In a recent tweet Ryoei Mikage,  the CEO of Imageepoch, says “I am holding the meeting of whether to sell [TOKI TOWA for PS3] in the United States.

As you may have heard, Namco Bandai is handling publishing for this title. The game’s name is actually called Toki to Towa, which translates to Time & Eternity. The game stars a herione who has a body that shares two personalities one named Toki and the other named Towa.

We have high hopes that both parties will consider localizing and releasing TokiTowa to western regions.

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  • Genevieve_aka_WishingTikal

    YES PLEASE

    • Richard Ross

      My thoughts exactly.

  • This game supposedly has a very refined anime style presentation.  I’d love to get this game in the US and the rest of the world.

  • I loved Arc Rise Fantasia so anything from Imageepoch is definitely worth checking out for me. I hope it makes it west…

  • I feel that this is gonna be one of those games that will live up to what the developer’s strive to do. I have high hopes that this will get localized, and it will be another great addition of the still expanding JRPG library on the PS3.

  • Sckarton

    i don’t know about the game play but i’ll buy this game for the new art style and from what i’ve seen, it doesn’t have jrpg cliches that ruin many rpgs this gen.