Fantastic story and gameplay! Pity it's short, but still worth it.
A. Chow, Amazon
24 June 2014
Summary: I'm surprised at how much I liked this game. It was short, but there was enough gameplay to keep me happy. (It helps that I didn't pay the ridiculous price Amazon has for it right now that is more than twice what I paid... twenty dollars is the maximum for short gameplay.) Overall, satisfying story, a bit on the short side but good if you're the kind of person to pick up a game for a little while and then put it down again.
Summary: I loved this game. I did not stop playing until I finished; which did not take me that long. Time Hollow was unfortunately a bit short. The story was great and I loved the characters and the artwork. The story was a bit hard to follow at times and I ended up wandering around from place to place sometimes trying to figure out where I should go next.
Summary: It's just the right length of game play for the gamer who has other things they need to do and can't spend long periods playing the game. It's similar to Nancy Drew for it has different mystery like problems to be solved. However it is different for the main mystery takes up the entire game to solve but isn't really focused on til towards the end. The characters, even the animals, are well described and the details are amazing. I love how everything looks anime like.
Summary: Time Hollow follows along Ethan Kairos, whose just turned seventeen. On the wake of his birthday, Ethan discovers that his parents have gone missing; and, apparently, have been missing for the past twelve years. You follow Ethan as he unravels the mystery behind his parents disappearance. Armed with the Hollow Pen, a mysterious family heirloom left to him by his father, and a collection of flashbacks, Ethan can travel back in time and change the past. Gameplay: 5/10.
Summary: This game was pretty good, there was a lot of running in circles, and a lot of confusion. However over all it was fun to play and the dialogue and problems are both realistic and sometimes funny. I would play it again.
Summary: My motto for a book is "If I can put it down then it's not that good." (Although I do have to put things down to return to the real world now and then.) Same for ds games. If I can put them down and walk away from them, then they're not going to get 5 stars from me. This was one of them. It did have better characters than Phoenix Wright though, with better names anyway.
Summary: I picked up this game not knowing much about it except for the reviews. It never got much press despite the fact that the gameplay is similar to Hotel Dusk or Phoenix Wright. If you love these two games, you'll love Time Hollow. The game has you navigating through different locations (similar to Phoenix Wright), talking to people, and figuring out how to correct the past with your Hollow Pen.