More great reviews of Memoria
Memoria is still receiving great reviews from all over the world. In Germany, Playtimes awards Memoria with 91% and even calls it one of the best adventure games of the last decades. PC Games rates it with 84%, especially praising the diversity of its puzzle design. Computer Bild Spiele describes Memoria as “wonderful” and grades it with a 1.5 on a scale of 1 (very good) to 6 (unsatisfactory).
The game is likewise well received outside of Germany. RPGFan gives a whopping 95% and says: “This is an emotionally resonant fantasy about flawed, interesting people that will stay with you for years to come.” TheAverageGamer concurs: “This is one of the finest adventure games I’ve played in years.” “It’s a simply stunning game,” says Destructoid, giving 8.5/10 stars.
Memoria out now!
Memoria is now available as a digital download for PC and Mac via Steam. Get it and find out how the story of Geron and Nuri turns out and what happened to the ambitious princess Sadja on her quest for glory!
Press Reviews of Memoria
The first reviews of Memoria have hit the net and most of them are rather positive. In Germany, the Gamestar gives 85%, Gamona 90%, Gamereactor a 9/10 and Eurogamer even calls it the best Daedalic-game yet, giving it the full 10/10!
International sites have also discovered the game for themselves. Cheat Code Central says “Memoria is a masterpiece that shouldn’t be overlooked by anyone.“, awarding 4.5 out of 5 stars. Female-Gamers.nl shows you how to rock a style like princess Sadja. The Reticule‘s verdict goes “…as far as saying that this is Daedalic Entertainment’s best yet.” Hungamer awards 93% and Geekenstein says that “Memoria, both in puzzle and plot, deserves to stand among the great point-and-click games.”, awarding 90%.
Part III and IV of the dev diaries released
The last two parts of the Memoria developers diaries have been released on Youtube (with English subtitles). The first video talks about how the graphics were created by our 2D- and 3D-artists. The second video shows the German voice-acting talent at work. Go check them out!
Memoria Dev Diary – Second part released
Part two of the Memoria developer diaries has been released with English subtitles. This time around, the guys talk about magic in the game and puzzle-design. View it here.
Memoria Dev Diary – First part released
The first part of the developer diaries of Memoria has been released (with English subtitles). Get to know the makers of the game and find out how the story of the sequel to Chains of Satinav got to be. Click here to view the first part.
Memoria Website finally online
The Memoria website is now online. Here you can not only find information regarding the game and wallpapers, but also a lot of background information concerning the world , characters and magic available in the game. Come closer and step into the world of Daedalic’s new finely crafted ‘The Dark Eye’ adventure right now!
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