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Submitted by Lucario 1107d ago | review

Yesterday Review | Diehard GameFAN

DHGF: Amnesiac protagonists are a trope in and of themselves, but the way it’s executed in this game makes it feel less cliched. The interactive flashbacks and being able to actually walk around in John’s recovered memory made it feel more dynamic than just seeing a brief scene pop up (though those were in the game as well). The end of the first set of events does turn your perception of a main character completely on its head. It plays exactly like your typical point-and-click adventure. (PC, Yesterday) -

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