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Adventure Game Scene of the Day — Wednesday 5 March 2014

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Like yesterday’s game, Memento Mori (2008) is a game that also starts off with a museum theft, though this time it’s a painting that’s been replaced with a forgery. I thought it was decent enough game. Was the sequel ever released in English?

     
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Another of those crime games i can’t recall much about. I wouldn’t recommend it, unless you’re desparate.

     

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I really liked it - it’s probably my favourite of that type of adventure games (the grim, not perfectly translated type). 

A lot of the details are blurry as I played it 5 years ago, but I’d love English subtitles for the sequel.

     

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I remember stopping to play it a couple of hours in, but I don’t remember why. It’s rare for games to be unmemorably bad.

     

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The English voiceacting was appalling. The German voices of all the characters were infinitely better. I liked the ambiguous ending of the brother/institute etcetera very much, but on the whole it was a mediocre game for me.

     
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The English voiceacting was appalling… a mediocre game

I remember stopping to play it… unmemorably bad.

I wouldn’t recommend it, unless you’re desparate.


Quite a peachy game, eh?

     

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I thought it was decent enough game.

I really liked it - it’s probably my favourite of that type of adventure games (the grim, not perfectly translated type).

I liked the ambiguous ending of the brother/institute etcetera very much

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zobraks - 05 March 2014 06:39 AM

The English voiceacting was appalling… a mediocre game

I remember stopping to play it… unmemorably bad.

I wouldn’t recommend it, unless you’re desparate.


Quite a peachy game, eh?

It wasn’t that bad!
I have played plenty of games that was much worse, it is just not a great game.

     

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Memento Mori is the second best slightly underrated game.

     

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Which is ‘the first best slightly underrated game’?

     

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Not bad at all the the game’s ,lookout is enough to make it pass any suspicious

     
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zobraks - 06 March 2014 01:57 AM

Which is ‘the first best slightly underrated game’?

Oh, come on, you can guess it!

     

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Advie - 06 March 2014 03:21 AM

lookout is enough to make it pass any suspicious

Translation, please.

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zobraks - 06 March 2014 01:57 AM

Which is ‘the first best slightly underrated game’?

Oh, come on, you can guess it!

No, I can’t. Really.

     

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You are right zobraks ,I mean that the game had a great outlook (animation and graphics) which easily makes it good enough

     
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Now you’re talking.

     

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zobraks - 06 March 2014 04:38 AM

No, I can’t. Really.

Hint: It’s not Memento Mori.

     

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