Time and Eternity May Continue On As A Series

By Ishaan . October 23, 2012 . 9:00am

Despite low sales, Time and Eternity may continue as a series, according to Namco Bandai producer, Kei Hirono, who recently discussed the game (via: ANN) with Mainichi Shimbun’s Mantan Web website.

 

Hirono stated at the end of the talk that he aims to turn Time and Eternity into a series and hopes that fans will continue to support him and the development team.

 

The existing game, Time and Eternity: Toki Towa, developed by Imageepoch, has been described as an “HD animation RPG,” and features 20,000 cuts of anime footage, provided by studio Satelight.

 

Namco Bandai released Time and Eternity: Toki Towa on October 11th. The game sold 32,215 copies in its first week.


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