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Another Code: Recollection

Jan 19, 2024 - Nintendo Switch

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7 / 10
Metro GameCentral
5 / 10
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IGN Italy
7 / 10
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Another Code: Recollection – Overview Trailer – Nintendo Switch

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Another Code: Recollection - Nintendo Direct 9.14.2023

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Critic Reviews for Another Code: Recollection

Another Code: Recollection is a chill, breezy return for a dormant Nintendo series that’s light on challenge but heavy on charm.

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Metro GameCentral

5 / 10
Metro GameCentral

One of the strangest remakes of all time, given the amount of effort and care that's been put into such obscure adventure games that, in all honesty, don't deserve the attention.

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Another Code Recollection is a sweet, breezy mystery adventure that's enjoyable but doesn't leave a lasting impression.

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So, while Another Code: Recollection didn’t really do much for me, I hope that it finds an audience, whether it’s newcomers to the series or fans of the old.

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The work that has gone into bringing Another Code: Two Memories and its sequel to Switch is impressive, giving us a pair of enthralling adventures to follow. The DAS is an excellent little gadget, and the characters and overall story are excellently written and charming, but the short length of this collection and lack of activities outside the investigating result in a somewhat one-note affair. Another Code: Recollection is a decent little package, but you might be left wanting if you have played the original releases.

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Without being a perfect compilation, Another Code: Recollection brings up to date two memorable adventures that fans of the genre in the strict sense of the word will like, those in which exploration and puzzles are the protagonists, although at times it almost seems more like a visual novel.

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At this point we’re circling back to the beginning. I think it’s super awesome that Another Code: Recollection exists. A deeply underrated classic I thought was, due to the literal expiration of its dev studio, never going to see the light of day again has come back. It’s also the first time the second half of the story is available outside of Japan and Europe! Unfortunately, I’d probably prefer to actually revisit and play the originals because of how the remakes sand the edges off. Between the middling voice acting undermining the story, the barely-there puzzles, and the sterility of the visuals, it feels like the magic of adventure games on Nintendo’s older, gimmicky hardware hasn’t been recaptured. But I still had a great time taking it all in. Weird, huh? That’s what being a history nerd feels like.

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As a remake operation, that of Another Code: Recollection is perfectly successful, especially for the new visuals of Two Memories, while as graphic adventures the two games suffer a bit from the weight of years.

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