Toki to Towa: Love, Tragedy & Game Art Cover Revealed

Friday, July 27th, 2012

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Namco Bandai & Imageepoch gave us new footage for Toki to Towa or Time and Eternity: Toki Towa as the full name goes. The footage depicts our heroine, scratch that, our heroine’s wedding- the ceremony is cut short, and our heroine loses her beloved unnamed hero. So, she uses the power of time travel to get her would be fiance back. Then it will be up to the player to decide- which ego will you choose for him to fall in love with?

The gameplay footage so far has gotten a mix reception, what do you think of it?

They also have finally shown us the game’s art cover, which is down right gorgeous if do say so myself.

Toki to Towa is still set for release in Japan on October 11th of this year, exclusively for the PlayStation 3. It will come with a standard edition, and a limited edition that will be priced at 9,980 yen(About 130 USD). This special package will come with an 48-page art book, a download code for eleven custom themes, and a special CD with the game’s soundtrack and voiced drama.


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