My Memory of Us
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The story alone really does make My Memory of Us worth the purchase. It manages to toe the line between childlike innocence and emotional gravitas brilliantly, all the while providing some enjoyable enough gameplay. While some of the logic of the puzzles can either make you tilt your head or shrug with indifference at an obvious solution, I was far too engrossed in hearing these memories to care.
It may be a hard subject to discuss in real life, but My Memory Of Us does what it set out to do and is a game the whole family and younger children can be a part of.
While the Nazi occupation of Poland is a grim area of history to cover in a cute puzzle game, My Memory of Us respects the past and delivers a somber-yet-hopeful tale of friendship.
My Memory of Us tries to be a great platform puzzler and a great story device, and falls just short on both counts.
My Memory of Us with its simple storytelling delivers a profound and impactful narrative that portrays a war-torn world filled with traumas and tensions of war. experiencing this beautiful game in some of your spare time in a week will not be amiss.
Review in Persian | Read full review
This is a game that will stand the test of time and be one of the games that can be used as an educational opening with your child or allow a person to learn our history through another medium. Even though I had the opportunity to skip the cut scenes, I found myself definitely intrigued and engrossed in the story beautifully spoken by Sir Patrick Stewart. He absolutely was the best fit for the narrator role in this game. His voice definitely gave you the feel that you were in deed taking a trip back through the Memories of Us.
A dramatic story that narrates with tact and subtlety one of the darkest eras of modern history. An artistic finish and magnificent sound that make up a staging that already wanted some triple A titles and make up a game that will reach your heart and that has become by its own merits an indispensable in this generation.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
My Memory of Us is an emotional tale of two friends determined to never let go and become separated, ever. As you make your way through this intense story, you’ll encounter many puzzles, stealth segments, environmental obstacles, and even find lots of ‘memories’ of real-life people. This is an edutainment game done correctly – you’re working your way through a fantastical journey of love, friendship, loss, and adventure, yet it’s all symbolising the horrific real events of Poland in World War II.
The game may be simply played, but it is definitely the story and its accompanying music that makes it wonderful. I was glad to have experienced something like that because of its refreshing approach. I am excited to see what more Juggler Games are capable of giving to a growing audience of a genre like this.
My Memory Of Us is a fantastic blend of storytelling interwoven with enjoyable puzzles, intelligent stealth mechanics and refreshing cooperative player-controlled play. This one is recommended for all adventure gamers and the elegant story-telling voiced by Patrick Stewart just sweetens the deal!