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The dimensions of this game are wrong...

posted by greg137 (CALDWELL, ID) Mar 10, 2014

Member since May 2010

This game features 2 dimensional spites on a 3 dimensional areas that come across as cheap! Characters are 1 dimensional stereotypes of Japanese anime.. Nobody ever shows character development either..
A large portion of this game are just overly simplified over world maps and menus, It takes forever to install this game and it takes a long time to uninstall... I wish the characters were more likeable, but they aren't.. Towa's portrait on the Affection screen is one of the highlights of this game given that she isn't wearing clothes.. Combat is 2 dimensional as well, and this game can't for the life of it can't shake that cheap and shallow feel to it.. Enemies are palate swaps of each other, and every character that has animation has only a relative few frames which again seems cheap... Wait till the price hits 5 or 10 dollars if you are interested in obtaining this game! Try before you buy!

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Time and Eternity Review

posted by Folklore (EL PASO, TX) Aug 11, 2013

Member since May 2013

1 out of 2 gamers (50%) found this review helpful

This game has some interesting ideas which are the battle system and a strong female protagonist, but that’s about it. A lot of things make this game lose points fast. The male main character is the worst protagonist of anything I have seen. He is supposed to be marrying the female protagonist, but is acting like a huge pervert. He is the annoying character that people want to kill (the game actually does that but bring him back to life!) The graphics are 3D environment, with 2D characters which was horridly executed, looks like some sort of bad Photoshop. When a conversation takes place, the expressions, as well as movements are awful. It’s like all the characters have a few expressions. When they talk and show the full body of the character they look all twitchy because of how often they move about. If the developers where trying to make it look more like real life then they failed. Overall the game did have potential but stuff like this can ruin the gaming experience. Don’t bother with buying it and rent it at your own risk. I give it a 4 out of 10.

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Very Good

Different, funny, perverted.

posted by Koopabralibur (LAKEWOOD, CO) Apr 2, 2014

Member since Apr 2014

The rating of this game had me a bit confused as I played it further and further. There is actually quite a few sexual references. It's rated T for teen but the main character is kind of a pervert. Nonetheless, it's a funny, adorable game. The game has an interesting plot, a wonderful art style, and an excellent soundtrack. Overtime, you may tend to get tired of the game due to how repetitive it can be. I'm not going to go ahead and spoil the game, but just as soon as you believe the game is about to end--boom, another part. You'll appreciate the amount of content, but when the game just begins to sit there and give you the same fetch-type quests, you'll get tired of it. There is a hammy (hamster) quest from the same little girl. She constantly loses her hamsters and tells you to retrieve them. Throughout the progression of a chapter, you'll randomly stumble upon them. Another thing to note is that the game is not very hard at all. You only get the option of "Easy" and "Normal." There is only really one point in the game that is extremely difficult, but through strategy, you'll get through it. All in all, there are alternate endings in the game. I'm not aware of how many there are. I do know that your dialogue choices do not affect the ending of the game until the very few choices nearing the end of the game. I feel as though the entire point of this game was to test out a new style of playing as well as to focus on the story. I also do not see a need for you to input your name into the main character due to it's lack of use in the game. Overall, I felt that I did get my money's worth out of this game. I had a play through lasting over 25 hours, just doing must of the side content. As I said before, it does get repetitive, so I ended up skipping quite a lot of dialogue in the end as well as battles.

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