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Submitted by Arcee 743d ago | review

Pop Cults - Time and Eternity Review

Richard of PopCults.com writes "It saddens me to say that there is so much wasted potential in Time and Eternity. The game was chock full of possibility but waste away so much of it due to lack of clean and clear execution. The production values of Time and Eternity are certainly misleading since glancing at the game gives you one idea of the game but is quickly turned around when you actually play the game for yourself." (PS3, Time and Eternity) C-/A+

CaptainYesterday  +   743d ago
I was hoping this game would be a lot better!
Arcee  +   742d ago
So was I. For years I had been following this game's development. And it looked good from the videos I saw coming from Japan. But actually getting to play it... it was a real let down. Still, I give them credit for trying something new, they just should have refined it a bit before releasing it.

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