We talked quite a lot about Toki to Eien: Toki to Towa, the beautiful anime-style JRPG developed by Imageepoch and released last October in Japan. Well, there are good news (or better, a confirmation), as NIS America
Today must be JRPGday, and JRPGday happens to be one of the favorite days of my fictional week. Namco Bandai published some quite interesting assets of Tokitowa for us to enjoy.
The lovely-looking Anime-JRPG Tokitowa is going to hit the Japanese shelves on October the 11th, and today Namco Bandai released not one, but two trailers of the game.
Tokitowa got under the spotlight both for the promise of JRPG gameplay looking like an Anime, and for the initial reluctance of Namco Bandai to actually show that gameplay in motion.
Tokitowa has always been a wildcard in the JRPG scenario. Publicized as a revolutionary(at least in its visuals) RPG designed to look like an Anime, it's set to be released in Japan for the PS3 on October
Following their JRPG webcast earlier today, Namco Bandai dropped the official trailer for Imageepoch's upcoming HD anime-style game, Tokitowa. You can watch it here on Nico Nico Video.
While we've had hints of this for a while, Famitsu finally blew the lid off of this collaboration between Namco Bandai and Imageepoch, dubbed Tokitowa (roughly Time and Eternity in English). The game features two main characters