DS #2161: Time Hollow (Japan)

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  2. soliunasm

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    Looks like some sort of Death Note clone...
     
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  4. Orc

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    Since when was Death Note about a boy with a pen that gives him the ability to see the past?
     
  5. darquarma

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    This game is obviously a Portal clone. Except with time manipulation instead of space.

    And no GladOs.

    [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  6. GizmoDuck

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    Hmm...looks like its about a magic pen that can create portals? ...To clean the environment?
     
  7. Lumstar

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    Maybe this'll get a US version. [​IMG]
     
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    The story is the protagonist wakes up one morning to find the whole world has changed, and his parents, alive the day before, have now been dead for twelve years. He also receives a magic pen that can open up holes into the past to allow him to solve the mystery and put history back together. Sounds like an intriguing visual novel type game to me, and the visuals look rather nice. An English-language release would be well worth a look, I reckon.
     
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    There is a jap flood happening! [​IMG]
     
  10. soliunasm

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    This sounds awesome...
    Is there an English language inside the ROM? :/
     
  11. DjoeN

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    Somewhere in this potatoland!
    Size: 1024Mbit
    Filename: cvn-thukm.zip

    I see no English option :/
    Seems there are no English language files in the rom when unpacking it
     
  12. Upperleft

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    me want this in English T^T
     
  13. Maikel Steneker

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    I really hope this'll be released in the US or Europe...
     
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    NFO doesn´t work...
     
  15. scubersteve

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    This plot sounds mildly similar to that of Chrono Cross...
     
  16. MaHe

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    People, this is one of the biggest releases this year and it's the first time you hear of it? By the way, it will be released in English too.
     
  17. Linkiboy

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    Now he is thinking with portals.
     
  18. Lukeage

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    For those wondering about an English version, Nintendo Australia currently lists a release for April 2008.
     
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    Definitely something to pick up if it comes out in English. The use of the dual screen for this time shift stuff sounds interesting. Hopefully they don't mess up by turning it into a boring find-the-3-differences puzzle. Besides than that good visuals.