Time and Eternity Second English Trailer Released

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Time and Eternity

NIS America has released the second official trailer for Time and Eternity, which is set for release in western regions very soon. The trailer shows us the English voice overs for the first time and it’s none other than our main protagonist with a split personality: Toki and Towa. You can check out the trailer below.

What the trailer also demonstrates for the majority of its duration is battle footage, showcasing the mechanics with a time-based fighting system. Whether it’s long range with a rifle, up-close and personal with a knife, or Toki and Towa’s various magic and skills; this trailer has it all. At the same time, the trailer shows off its impressive and unique 2D visual style.

Time and Eternity is a PlayStation 3 exclusive and will be heading towards western regions this summer, arriving in the PAL region on June 28 (as previously reported), and in North America on July 16 of this year.

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