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Shadow of Destiny (Windows)

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Shadow of Destiny

Also known as: Shadow of Memories (EU)
Developer: Runecraft
Publisher: Konami
Platform: Windows
Released in US: December 2, 2002
Released in EU: February 7, 2003

SoundIcon.png This game has unused sounds.

Shadow of Destiny is a mystery adventure game developed by Konami Computer Entertainment Tokyo and published by Konami. Originally released for the PlayStation 2 in 2001, it was later ported to Xbox (which is only released in Europe) and Microsoft Windows in 2002.[1]

Unused Sounds

(This contains some endgame spoilers)

Truth about Dana / Margarete swap

Following events of chapter 8 where you "beat" Hugo,Homunculus explains how he swapped 2 babies from 2 different ages (Margarete Brum & Dana Wagner) and that timeline "recovered" from that accident even without assistance of Homunculus,to which Eike responds he can't trust a word he says,considering all manipulation Homunculus put him through.

Eike travels back to Margarete's time

With Digipad set for one last trip,Eike returns to 1500s to pick up Margarete,only to stumble upon almost abandoned Lebensbaum leaving Margarete it's only resident.They clear up that Margarete is not Eike's ancestress,bringing to conclusion that Margarete wants to see the future.Eike uses Digipad to travel with her to present.

Digipad breaks during travel to present

During time travel to present,Digipad makes strange noise (breaks),but duo returns safely to present. Back in the present,Eike explains that Digipad broke down,insisting Homunculus to take a look.

Homunculus turns to dust

Upon tossing Homunculus his Digipad,it falls down and shard that breaks from it directly hits Homunculus.Due to Homunculus having weak and fragile body,scratch from shard makes Homunculus bleed until he perishes to nothing.Eike and Margarete claim this was his fate.

Considering everything in unused dialogues above,this was probably meant to be A2 ending epilogue, but since this was scrapped,for now there is no direct information to confirm this theory.


  1. [1],Wikipedia