Time and Eternity Limited Edition Announced

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Time and Eternity

NIS America has recently announced a limited edition release for Imageepoch’s unique 2-D/3-D RPG, Time and Eternity. Like most of NIS America’s published titles with limited edition releases, Time and Eternity Limited Edition will be sold exclusively on NIS America’s website.

Time and Eternity Limited Edition

The Limited Edition will have its own unique packaging (which is the artwork from the original Japanese box art), the game itself, full-color hardcover art book, the game’s original soundtrack with jewel case, and a “Double Vision” tear-resistant poster. It will cost you around $64.99, with the standard edition pricing around $49.99.

Time and Eternity poster

Time and Eternity is a PlayStation 3 exclusive and is slated for release in North America on July 16th, and in Europe on June 28th of this year. NISA has less than 75% of the limited edition left in stock. Pre-order now before they are all gone.

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