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Time and Eternity looks great, and sounds great too


9:00 PM on 06.11.2013
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Okay, we posted about Time and Eternity a couple months back, and many of you seemed to have reservations. You might have even read a review of the Japanese version over on our sister-site, Japanator. I just came back from playing the game, and was a bit surprised because not only because it's a stunningly beautiful experience, but also because the music, composed by Yuzo Koshiro (Streets of Rage, Actraiser, Etrian Odyssey) also caught my attention.

I played a bit of the game and found it to be your typical Japanese role-playing game with random encounters that didn't offer up much of a challenge. However, I was completely enamored with the art and music. Still, I'd let the reviews you've already read and likely will read this summer guide your decisions. Personally, I could easily go for a Time and Eternity art book and soundtrack album.








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2:00 PM on 07.15.2013
Review: Time and Eternity

Time and Eternity had the potential to be something great. A fusion of role-playing game and anime developed by Fate/Extra team Imageepoch and the animators at Satelight, it promises an avant-garde experience where hand-drawn...more



10:30 AM on 05.10.2013
Time & Eternity warps to European shores in June

Time and Eternity is set to launch in Europe on June 28 at retail and July 3 via PlayStation Network, NIS America has announced -- a North American release will occur in the weeks to follow. A role-playing game developed...more



8:00 AM on 05.05.2013
Time and Eternity screens look as gorgeous as ever

NIS America is looking to keep Time and Eternity in the forefront of your mind with a new batch of screenshots. And as, per usual, the forthcoming role-player is looking absolutely stunning with its vibrant colors and unique visual style. Time and Eternity will release in North America this summer exclusively for PlayStation 3.more



1:00 PM on 03.06.2013
Talking JRPG Time and Eternity with Dark Souls producer

I met with Kei Hirono, producer on Dark Souls and the upcoming RPG Time and Eternity, at a local hotel. From the ornate, spacious lobby I was guided by an amiable PR fellow around a couple of twists and turns, up a 10-stair, ...more



5:30 PM on 03.05.2013
The story behind Time and Eternity's revolutionary look

When the PlayStation 1 and N64 came out and rough, polygonal, 3D character models became the norm, it took me a while to realize what was wrong. Playing certain games would creep into the uncanny. It took me a surprisingly lo...more



5:00 AM on 02.26.2013
PS3 RPG Time and Eternity sure looks pretty

NIS America announced a trio of role-playing games for western release last week. Astride the likes of Disgaea Dimension 2: A Brighter Darkness and The Guided Fate Paradox was a PlayStation 3 title I've ha...more




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