Amnesia: Memories

Idea Factory
Aug 25, 2015 - PC

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Critic Reviews for Amnesia: Memories

Weaving a complex tale of deception and love, Amnesia: Memories is an engaging visual novel which will guarantee multiple playthroughs to squeeze all the content that it has to offer. A pleasure to play, the game gives heartfelt emotion as well as frivolity throughout, earning its status as one of the best visual novels that the Vita has to offer.

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Halfway between a visual novel and a dating sim, it's a relaxing experience, but don't expect too much from the narrative depth.

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Amnesia: Memories is a solid Otome game that shows a fun twist to think of how dating routes go. It has great art, and characterization, though the option of choice isn’t always very impactful.

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This visual novel tells a good story, but a big flaw ruins a lot of the experience.

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If you are enchanted by the prospect of Amnesia: Memories, delve right in and see how it subverts otome expectations.

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The story is strong and the characters interesting enough that clicking through all that dialogue isn't likely to put you off.

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Amnesia: Memories shows off its 5 unique stories, and although it's not perfect, it still succeeds as a visual novel.

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There’s not much more I can say about Amnesia without going heavy on the spoilers, and part of the reason it has been re-released on Switch is so people can experience them for the first time. However, what’s important here is that Amnesia: Memories is a well-written visual novel, and in so many ways epitomises the qualities of what you might expect from a “classical” otome game. For that reason alone, genre fans, and anyone interested in learning about it for the first time, owe it to themselves to check this game out.

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