"Interactive Novels" and point-and-click adventure games have been one of my favorite genres past even FPS titles and RPGs since I first played "Law of the West" on my Commodore 64. Snatcher is in my top 5 list of favorite games ever, "Sherlock Holmes: The Case of the Serrated Scalpel" is in my top 20, I bought the Police Quest Collection even though it was a collection of games over a decade old packaged with a free piece of software (DOSBox), and I own the entire "Ace Attorney" series even if Apollo isn't as cool as Phoenix. Now Konami brings over a new interactive novel with time travel and high production values? Squeeeeee.
After seeing a preview for Time Hollow about a year ago I was depressed since it obviously had way too much text and too high of production values (voice acting, music, video) to get a localization. I was wrong, which is awesome.