The year 2000. Kasumi Shindo is at first glance a run-of-the-mill high school student in modern-day Japan. However, beneath his normal appearance, Kasumi is in fact a top-notch treasure hunter. This time, Kasumi is aiming to seek out the lost 11th Commandment of Moses. Kasumi discovers that his childhood friend, Reina Tachibana is in southern Europe participating in an archeological dig. Pretending to be a tourist, he visits the excavation area and manages to get put on the excavation staff. But he is not the only treasure hunter looking for the Eleventh Commandment of Moses and before he knows it, he's embroiled in a dangerous adventure.
It is the same place. But it is different time. The events of the past will influence the present and change the future. A mysterious item that was hidden thousand years ago will play an important role in the events of today and tomorrow...
1200 BC. Total obedience is what the God demands from the people. Humans have no free will, but they believe that their obedience will bring them reward. Your protagonist in this time period is the "flame priest" Ales who serves the God. 200X AD - many good and evil powers are present in the world of our time, but the treasure hunter Kasumi Shindou is only interested in one thing - to find a treasure and to become rich, and nothing and nobody will stop him! In the future, 13800 AD, the skies have became black, the oceans are red, and the earth is on the verge of a disaster - Sui, the last descendant of a royal dynasty, and her friends decide to undertake something to change the reality.
There was a Deamcast version "Exodus Guilty Neos", an enhanced version of the Playstation title "Exodus Guilty", features a "Multitime Zapping System",The Dreamcast version has improved over the PlayStation with high res graphics, more voice acting, and new CG scenes.
Exodus Guilty is a trilogy where the events of the past (1200 BC), present (2000 AD), and future (13,800 AD) intertwine in a key section of the European continent. One thing I like about Exodus Guilty is that this small section of land is as much a developing character as its inhabitants and seeing its evolution from past to present to future is a cool thing.
Volume 1 told the story of Kasumi Shindo, a plucky 18 year old treasure hunter looking for the fabled 11th commandment of Moses and the Land of Fate. To say Kasumi's tale was twisted is an understatement. Not only did Kasumi have to deal with identity concealment, suspicion, deception, rival treasure hunters, tons of close calls, fantastic revelations, three women who forced themselves too close to him for comfort, and a very climactic final battle, but he also unearthed a living, breathing link to the past beyond even his wildest imagination.
Volume 2 is the story of what happened in the past.
The hero of the story is an 18 year old swordsman named Ales, who has garnered quite the reputation for his skill. He was brought to the village of Ul Arc by the great hero Abrahm when he was a child and was raised there for 10 years by a young woman named Masa. Masa loved Ales as a son and, as he got older, as a brother and protector. To Ales, Masa is, was, and will always be Mom.
Vol. 3: Future takes us on a trip to 13,800 A.D in a post-apocalyptic future where science and technology are prohibited to all but a chosen few, and draconian rule reigns supreme.
The royalty live in comfort at Gina Ii castle, while down below, the townspeople are barely scraping by to make ends meet, surviving on any table scraps the royal palace may throw down.
You take the point of view of Sui, a somewhat trusting and very emotional girl on the cusp of her 18th birthday. She lives with a kindly flower shop owner named Nene and Nene's daughter Lalaila, who Sui affectionately calls Laily
Zappingushisutemu adopted multi-time, same place, three puppet hero Run Through three days, the mystery hidden swashbuckler RPG adventure in the back. The expansion will tie together the epic stories of three such scenarios a mystery and the world. And making full use of those items are used by different age, Kasou the truth of the story.
- First person perspective.
- 2D graphics
- Cartoon graphics
- SCIFI, Futuristic & Anime themes.