Summary: Played the PC version several years back when it's first released for PS2/PC and completely amazed with this game. never seen before an adventure game with very deep plot, great english voice talent, and what makes it different from other adv game, no battle at all, but still perfectly enjoyable. it's multiple ending makes it having more replay values still wondering how come this masterpiece is not followed by sequels?
Summary: this game as my review title says was Awesome i don't own a ps2 anymore and i'm so Glad its for the PSP Now Time Travel has always been my favorite Subject i use to play this game None Stop or till i lost the CD My Girlfriend Loves this game as well what can i say? The Father of the Kid who knows your from the future and wishes to be Young agian to my surprise he turns into Eike? Could The Father Be Eike from the Future?
Summary: I am the kind of player who usually plays games here and there and it may take me a little longer to complete than a regular player. It doesn't mean I enjoy them any less than the other guy, I just can't find the time to play as much as I used to when I was a little younger. The game starts off with our main character Eike (pronounced Ike) dying. The point of the game is to travel back and forth through time and change things as to not end up horizontal.
Summary: I played this game for the first time on the ps2 in its original form. Yes its graphics are somewhat old now, but the idea is still marvelous and needs to be developed into another game! This game is deep and thought-provoking, with many endings that are all fun to dig up and has very high replay value. The entire point of the game is to prevent your own death, yet by the end you're causing your own causes and the different choices you make change your past too.. well..
Summary: Shadow Of Destiny tell's the tale of a man named Eike who is destined to die but the wheel of fate spin's and Eike get's a chance to defile the fate itself. The idea of the game is to constantly preventing yourself from dieing by using magical Z-Pad device that let's you go back in time to change thing's. While doing this Eike's other goal is to find out who is the culprit that tries to kill him.
Summary: I'd easily give it a five out of five. The PSP version is a definite upgrade from the PS2 version, and even I enjoyed that back in the day. The storyline is original and immediately attention-grabbing, and the best part is the replayability -- every action shapes the course of the game, and you can choose to go completely different paths every time! There are different endings to achieve, which is a good mission for any determined gamer. I'd highly recommend it!