Arc System Works
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No Region Protection / Visual Novel
XBLAZE: Lost Memories
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- The Best of Both Worlds – XBlaze Lost: Memories is a RPG-style, visual novel game. Combining 2D dungeon exploration with traditional visual novel game, the player will experience not just one but two types of game play in one game!
- 8-bit Retro Fun! – Cute chibi-fied sprites are back! Roam around an alternate world and collect “Memory Fragments”, crystallized memories that tell the story of a mysterious unknown person!
- Diverging Stories – XBlaze Lost: Memories offers several routes and multiple endings so each player will be leading their own story! Unexpected twists and turns allow players to experience hours of compelling gameplay
- ***Please note that the screenshots are all based on Japanese version and does not represent as final ones***
Play as the enigmatic pink-haired protagonist as she navigates through a weird and wondrous alternate reality with the help of the mysterious Nobody in order to save her sister, who disappeared into this unknown world! While there she is tasked with finding “Memory Fragments”, crystallized memories that not only serve as keys that will help her move on and find her sister, but also uncover the identity and story of the person those memories belong to!
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|Official Release Date||Aug 11, 2015|
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|Average rating:||(4 out of 5)|
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If you liked Code:Embryo, then you should play Lost: Memories, too. Sequel offers not only something new (characters, setting) but also continuation of previous story, and, what nicely surprised me, quite a lot of supplementing of original game.
The must have sequel to Code Embryo, very enjoyable game.
Gameplay quite average still the story and visual novel are wll drawn
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