Terra Memoria Reviews

Terra Memoria is ranked in the 79th percentile of games scored on OpenCritic.
8.5 / 10.0
Sep 4, 2024

Terra Memoria is an RPG that evokes the nostalgia of the past, but which adapts perfectly to the standards of the current era. With charismatic characters, a well-crafted plot and a fun combat system, the game stands out as another excellent example of the genre.

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7.8 / 10.0
Apr 2, 2024

Terra Memoria confirms itself to be neither more nor less than what the trailers and images suggest: a truly cozy Western JRPG. It's an RPG with a modern feel that is an ode to the great classics of the past and, at the same time, to the importance of the journey even before the destination, a cute and cuddly indie work just like its furry protagonists.

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May 1, 2024

Terra Memoria radiates passion from its developers, as well as a deep respect for its influences. and the strength of its visuals, audio and combat shine a spotlight on the creators' talent.

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85 / 100
Apr 14, 2024

Terra Memoria is an excellent and cozy RPG that delivers a good story, a good combat system, and a very entertaining experience while dealing with several very interesting themes. Although the combat becomes repetitive quickly and the 3rd act is a bit short, the game deserves the attention of all fans of the genre.

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7 / 10.0
Apr 4, 2024

Overall, while there were some flaws to my time in Terra Memoria, I'm glad I was able to experience this captivating world which was full of great ideas, beautiful art, and an entertaining combat system. Some aspects felt not fully realized, but hopefully this means the developer is just getting started.

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Apr 3, 2024

Terra Memoria comes across as a much larger project that had to be heavily cut down to get something out the door. I really liked the initial premise, and the character designs have a lot of charm. But everything else is just far too simplistic, leading to a story that is unmemorable and combat that requires no thought. Despite this, I wouldn’t be against another game in the same world that’s entirely focused around the robust building systems, since they hold a lot of potential.

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8 / 10.0
Apr 11, 2024

I have some issues with Terra Memoria but they're tiny and barely detract from an otherwise enjoyable experience. Fun battles, exploration, worldbuilding, characters - it's a simple yet solid RPG that I think almost any fan of the genre will find entertaining. 🦥

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8 / 10.0
Apr 29, 2024

Terra Memoria is a unique 3D game utilizing 2D pixel inspirations that can quickly become a favorite cozy RPG adventure.

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9 / 10.0
Apr 10, 2024

Terra Memoria was a pleasant surprise among the games I tried this year. Within its limitations, it presented a fun and thought-provoking story, charismatic characters and a well-designed combat system, which caught my attention for its creativity and for forcing me to develop different strategies for each pair present in battle. There are some setbacks in the development of the story, but they are not problems that significantly affect the experience.

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Apr 6, 2024

All of that said, I came in wanting to like Terra Memoria, and in the end, I still mostly do. It’s chunky, yes, and the tone is sometimes a little off – maybe it’s the South Park exhaustion, but a subplot about ‘they took our jobs’ didn’t hit quite the right note for me when it was introduced – but its charm really is undeniable. The game is just too bright, breezy, and pretty to stay cranky, and its flaws can be soothed by taking breaks and coming back to it when you’re ready. The world building is also something that the developers put a lot of care into, and that’s also a delightful surprise. I’d be thrilled to revisit these characters and their quirky, magitek-laden world again in the future. It’s an indie delight, through and through, and I’m happy to say that, yup, it gets the green

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7.9 / 10.0
Apr 4, 2024
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