Excerpt: Producer: Konami Developer: KCET ESRB: Teen Players: 1 Memory Card: 107 KB Analog Control Digital Control Vibration Function Da Introduction: You are Eike Kusch. You are dead. Deal with it. Shadow of Destiny is a game unlike any I have ever played, and I can't tell if that's a good thing or not.
Excerpt: Destined to be different Dying is never fun. Knowing you're about to die is even less of a joyful prospect. But worst of all perhaps, is knowing you're going to die again and again and again. Such is the fate of Eike Kusch. That's you, in case you were wondering.
Excerpt: The year is 2001 and Eike Kusch has been murdered. A strange being known as Homunculus revives Eike and gives him limited ability to go back in time to prevent his murder. But, even though he manages to stop the first attempt, further attempts force him to figure out who the potential murder is.
Pros: Great story, Multiple endings, Good voice acting
Cons: Way too story-heavy, Lack of action may turn some off, Collision detection issues
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