news\ Aug 24, 2012 at 2:07 am

Namco Bandai's Tokitowa looks mighty gorgeous


The last time we talked about Namco Bandai's Tokitowa here on GameZone was back in January when the game had just been announced. The PlayStation 3 JRPG, which translates to Time and Eternity, is being developed by Imagepooch, with animation studio Satelight doing the art. Simply put, the game looks gorgeous, and its hand-drawn animated visuals are a joy to behold.

A new Tokitowa trailer has popped up on YouTube, and it showcases a lot of that visual splendor that Satelight brings to the project. The whole thing looks absolutely dazzling, and I'm certain there are countless JRPG enthusiasts out there who want to take the game for a spin.

It's hard to find a game that gives Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch a run for it's money, but it's safe to say that Tokitowa certainly does exactly that. Battle sequences and cutscenes all look very impressive, with fluid anime-like style. And since the title is rumored to be set for launch in North America, PlayStation 3 owners on this side of the globe have something really cool to look forward to.

I can't wait.


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