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Time and Eternity Review - Glitch Cat

Glitch Cat - When it comes down to it, this game will obviously seem appealing to anime or RPG fans. If you happen to be both, you might think this game is your soul-mate, but there’s no need to rush things. No one is perfect. No game is perfect either. The only thing more insane than rushing into a marriage is rushing into Time and Eternity without at least trying out a demo or renting it out for a test play; take some time to know each other. If you can overlook the game’s faults discussed above you might still find an enjoyable anime experience underneath all the .gif’d gameplay. After all, what is love if not deciding to look pass someone’s repetitive behavior and awkward moments? While things just didn’t work out between me and Time and Eternity, they might for you.

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RustedMan1091d ago

this game really sounds quite awful.

dark-kyon1091d ago

i read several users review what tell what this game is good,had his issues but the battle,music and art are good,the story is lighthearth and fun.is not a game for every,if you want you serius western repetitive game with serious characters and serious story this is not your game.

RustedMan1091d ago

Hey man, I don't know if English is your first language, or language of choice, but just because this game isn't mainstream, doesn't mean it can slack off. This isn't some indie title. It's a mass produced, on-your-shelf-now game, sealed in a case and everything (as Hicken can attest to). This game has issues, and it sounds fundamentally flawed by this article's review of it. While character development is incredibly important, and unique settings and situations can spice things up, if the combat is wonky, if the actual game MECHANICS create a tiresome, repetitive experience, then it is, for all intents and purposes, a game that is subpar and derivative.

What bothers me about what you said is the assumption that a JRPG can be any less cliche or generic then the average first person shooter. This game, case in point, is the definition of textbook JRPG. It doesn't strive to be anything different, and is relying entirely on familiarity to entice former JRPG owners to pick it up.

I have nothing against a good JRPG, but every genre has a me-too title that cashes in on current trends.

Hicken1091d ago

It's more that it failed to properly execute all the things it tried to do. Too ambitious.

My copy's sitting in front of me right now, still sealed. I'm debating returning it or not, with Xillia and Dragon's Crown around the corner.

dark-kyon1091d ago (Edited 1091d ago )

To me a jrpg only need have to be worthplaying.
1-good combat system.
2-likeable characters.
3-interesting story.
to me is a plus what have.
1-good music.
2-dual audio option.
3-replay value
to me is less important
1-graphic
2-what have a serius story.