Memoria looks beautiful so it makes sense it comes from Daedalic Entertainment. Its recently released point-click adventure The Night of the Rabbit was absolutely beautiful and, according to our resident adventure game aficionado Fraser Brown, it was good to boot.
Here's hoping Memoria follows suit. The game's page offers some more story details. Seems like the forgotten past of a princess, Sadja, is framed by the present struggles of Geron, a young bird catcher tasked with revealing princess Sadja's true fate.
I'm down. The art style is sumptuous and the "mind-bending twist [that] asks you to reconsider what we mean by history, by fame and even by memory" sounds intriguing, however overblown. If you're down, too, the game will be available this August on Steam and GOG.
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