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Game Description:Jumping between 1950 and present day, players must unravel the time-twisted mysteries of the remote island of Katorga-12. Restore cover, crumble walls, or even reduce baddies to heaps of old bones using the game's Time Manipulation Device to alter and manipulate environments and enemies. Struggle for survival against time ravaged enemies as you try to uncover the secrets behind the island and the mysterious Element 99 housed within it.
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