NISA Releases Time and Eternity Trailer

Sunday, February 24th, 2013

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Time and Eternity

NIS America has announced a North American release of Imageepoch’s PS3 title, Time and Eternity (known as Toki to Towa in Japan). The game will be released sometime this fall. Time and Eternity will provide an incredible high-definition animation RPG experience – from the game world, to the battles, to the enemies, everything is hand-drawn and includes CG backgrounds. Time will play an important role – players will hold the key to their own fate. You can go back in time, prevent your own murder, save your marriage, and help the citizens of the game’s world while you’re at it.

Check it out!

Time and Eternity is an action RPG released in Japan in the final quarter of last year. It follows the story of Toki, and opens with her wedding being ruined by an assassination attempt. This attack rouses Toki’s alter ego, Towa, who then routes the would-be assassins.

It is possible to swap between both Toki and Towa throughout the course of the game, and the player can even choose which person – Toki or Towa – will get married to her husband at the end of the game.

Are you going to be picking up Time and Eternity? Let us know in the comments below!

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