YMMV / Time Hollow

  • Moral Event Horizon: Irving had such an unhealthy crush on Kori that he threw her off the high school's roof when she told him that she was dating another guy. It gets worse when you learn that even though his mother used the Hollow Pen to prevent him from pushing Kori, he still found other ways to kill the girl. It got so out of hand, Irving's mother decided to kill both herself and him by inviting themselves to take a bus that would crash... only for Irving to come out alive, rendering her sacrifice useless. Add to this the fact that Irving thinks that the Kairos family is responsible for his mother's death, leading to Ethan's parents burning alive in the restaurant, and you get a pretty unsympathetic villain.
  • Scrappy Mechanic: This game did not need a health meter. It did not enhance the experience in any way. It just made it more annoying to poke around in the past, because you knew you would have to drop everything to run around looking for your cat once your health got down to 1. Or worse, you could get careless and open a hole that would take away your last life point and force you to replay the last several minutes.
  • What Do You Mean, It's Not for Kids?: Despite featuring several deaths, most of which are murders and would be rather graphic if they didn't happen off-screen, the PAL version has a PEGI rating of 7+.