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Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: Time and Eternity
Imageepoch’s hand-drawn role-playing Time and Eternity is now available for PS3. The NIS-published release begins as a couple is attacked on their wedding day. During the surprise assault, the bride’s alter ego emerges, causing the two to go back in time on a quest to ensure that the murder never takes place. Players must travel the lands of Kamza in search of the future murderers, using swords, firearms, and the powers of time itself to battle monsters and assassins along the way.
NIS has released some new screens from Imageepoch’s Time and Eternity. The hand-drawn role-playing game, set to launch this summer, tasks players with going back in time to stop their fiance’s murder. After being attacked on her wedding day, the bride’s aggressive alter ego appears and joins in the fight to ensure that her history doesn’t repeat itself. The latest shots show some more of the combat, a little character interaction, and world navigation.
The final title out of the three revealed at NIS America’s Press Event 2013 is looking pretty sharp. Following the announcement of Disgaea D2: A Brighter Dimension and The Guided Fate Paradox, spiritual successor to Z.H.P. Unlosing Ranger, is Imageepoch’s Time and Eternity. The hand-drawn role-playing game follows the mystery of an engaged couple who must go back in time to stop a killer from murdering them on their wedding day—a murder that occurs shortly before the time shift. Players will be able to wield swords and firearms, as well as manipulate time, in their quest for preventive justice.