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Time and Eternity - Playstation 3

Platform : PlayStation 3
Rated: Teen
50 customer reviews
Metascore: 42 / 100

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  • A new class of hi-def animation RPG: From world to battle to enemies - everything is hand-drawn with beautiful CG backgrounds. Experience RPGs like you've never seen before.
  • Time is on your side: You hold the key to your own fate. Go back in time, prevent your own murder, and save your marriage. And help all the citizens of Kamza along the way.
  • Real-time battle: Prepare for lightning-quick real-time battle. Each heroine has her specialties, so use them wisely to blaze a path to victory.
  • Take the fight to the enemy: Take hold of swords, guns, and even time itself. Tailor your gear and skills to suit your play style, and unleash your fury.
  • Single player.
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Platform:PlayStation 3

Kamza, a vibrant kingdom located on a lush ocean island, is in the midst of a national event celebrating the upcoming marriage of their princess to a valiant knight. But when a group of assassins appears during the ceremony, this dream come true transforms into their worst nightmare. As the knight lays mortally wounded, the princess reveals her long-hidden secret - there is a second soul living within her, and together they control the power to travel through time. But can they act quickly enough to reverse the course of history and find out what happened that fateful day? Only time will tell.

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Platform: PlayStation 3
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  • ASIN: B00BJH11FQ
  • Product Dimensions: 6.7 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches ; 6.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: July 16, 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (50 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,345 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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74 of 91 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Carpio on July 17, 2013
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3 Verified Purchase
It took just about 5 hours of play to get used to the game format, I'm glad I hung in there because I'm really enjoying this game, as it has a different take on JRPG! You only take control of the female lead and have no party members save your pet. Some things to note:

1. Visuals.
Hand drawn cell type animation is really beautiful! I am drawn to the beautiful girls! I wish they had drawn the dragon a bit cooler but he's more like a pokemon I suppose. At first the charaters seem to move a bit quirky and the sometimes the body movements seem jumpy and unnecessary. Again, as I played it only gave this game it's own feel and I really didn't notice all that much after a few hours.

2. Voice Acting.
English Voice:. Normally I feel like the women voices tend to be painful and but this time around the main character voices are done well. Unfortunately the lead male character's voice almost made me stop playing. He gets better and more natural as the story progresses, hearing him during the intro was just awkward and was almost enough to stop me from playing! Luckily I kept playing and now I don't know if I'm just used to it or he did really get better.

Japaneses Voice: If you watch Anime, you will recognize pretty much ALL the voice actors right away! This game is packed with high profile voice actors! It's actually really impressive. Just hearing Hanazawa Kana (HanaKana) as Toki blew me away, and Kitamura Eri as Towa... seriously it's an A-list seiyu cast. Seriously.

3. Game Play! (so far)
It's pretty unique. You play from a 3rd person perspective following behind Toki or Towa and the dragon is close in view.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Palomer on July 3, 2014
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
I am known to most of my aquaintances as a person who rarely smiles and never laughs. I have had many people try valiantly and fail to amuse me. This game litterally had me in tears i was laughing so hard. At first i thought the plot and characters were really dumb and i was regretting starting this game up. As the story progressed, i started noting plot devices that were so dumb, it was suspicious. Me and my wife who watches as i play started lauging at how silly all this is. On one particular side quest, it all came together for us. We (the princess) were tasked with going into to town to ask someone who was reading a magazine a friend of ours wanted where we could get one for her and then to get one for her and then to bring it to her. We go into town, find the guy, he says he loved the article. We politely ask him if he would be willing to give us his copy since he finished reading it. He replies that he ate it already. Was this a poor excuse for us to have to go fight monsters and travel to distant places to find a copy somewhere else? Nope. He added that down the street there was a store that might have a copy. 12 seconds later we got a free copy from the lady at the shop. This game is meant to be laughed AT. The plot makes no sense until you realize that everyone in the game is mildly retarded and the game does not take itself seriously. Me and my wife are having a blast watching the absurd movements the characters make during the awkwardly long pauses between lines, at the bizzare noises the monsters make during combat, the ridiculous side quests, and a myrad other zany things that turn this otherwise just-another-JRPG into an unforgettable experience me and my wife can share together.Read more ›
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22 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Stacy on July 27, 2013
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3 Verified Purchase
I pre-ordered this game, the Collector's Edition, back in March. I generally love NIS titles, and the beautiful artwork and screen grabs lured me in. After waiting months for it to arrive, I held it in my hands, studying the beautifully-drawn case art and debating whether I wanted to rip the soundtrack. Setting the music aside for the moment, I loaded the disc into my PS3 and sat back, Six Axis in-hand, and prepared to play...

Oh wait, that's right, the game has to install stuff first to my system. Not a system update (which sometimes happens when you buy new games, as any PS3 owner can tell you), but stuff that the game needs installed before you can play it. This surprised me a bit, but after about ten minutes (give or take, I occupied myself with getting a drink), the game finally loaded. I started a New Game, created a save file... and then waited again for more crap to install. Finally, the game!


Lets get this part out of the way. I would imagine that if you are considering this game for purchase that you have already scrolled through the various screenshots, videos, and pictures of the game case. There are neither tricks nor rendering aspects that are modified for selling purposes. The sprites in the game are 2D and hand-drawn, with each character having a unique look. The characters are drawn in an anime style, meaning big eyes, big, uh... assets, and very curvaceous bodies. Your typical exaggerated wardrobe and crazy hair colors are present.
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