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Time and Eternity (PlayStation 3)

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RPG Site
Put simply, Time & Eternity to me is not a bad game by any means. It's certainly a very different game that appeals to a very specific audience. I do recognize that anyone outside that target demographic is bound to look at this game with a lot of contempt, but by flying in the face of convention in terms of its storyline and bucking of a few popular trends, it beguiled me into appreciating what it is trying to accomplish. The beginning is very haphazard, but it transforms into one of sublime entertainment starting from the middle and all the way to the end.
Figuren-, Quest- und Leveldesgin sind einfallslos, die ständigen 1-gegen-1-Zufallskämpfe primitiv und nervig, während sich die Handlung nach dem furiosen Auftakt in Belanglosigkeiten und Logikfehlern verliert. Selbst die anfänglich noch attraktive Zeichentrick-Fassade beginnt rasch zu bröckeln: Statt aufwändiger Anime-Passagen gibt es meist nur mickrig inszenierte Plaudereien mit immer gleich animierten Portraitbildchen. Die tollpatschig-naiven und nur knapp bekleideten Protagonistinnen tragen ihre Waffen wie Handtaschen und ziehen umher, als hätten sie einen Stock im Allerwertesten, während bei den fummeligen Echtzeitkämpfen selbst die Finisher nur bemitleidende Blicke ernten. Duale Beziehungspflege und Charakterentwicklung haben zwar ihre Momente, unterm Strich erwartet Genrefans aber lediglich schwaches Mittelmaß.
Anime News Network
Time and Eternity's attempt at playing anime falls to ruin at every possible juncture. Hoping to fuse games and animation into a revolutionary RPG, it instead picks terrible ingredients from both worlds. It adopts the random-battle drudgery and routine questing of a mediocre RPG, plus the juvenile storyline from a low-budget TV series that only the most ardent fans would watch beyond the first commercial jump. It's anime, sure enough, but in the worst way.