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Memoria Preview - Gaming Nexus

From the preview: Sitting down to play a sequel to a game you have never played is difficult enough, but finding that the version you have has the narrative recorded in a foreign language that you cannot speak is even more daunting, despite the English subtitles. And so it was with Daedalic Entertainment’s Memoria. Having felt notably ill-prepared when the story began, it was a natural reaction to feel that there must have been more to the story, and a quick search of the internet proved that to be true: Memoria is a sequel to The Dark Eye: Chains of Satinev. There wasn’t much that could be done to rectify that problem; the only course of action was to proceed ahead anyway and hope that the lack of back story would not impede forward progress." (Memoria, PC)

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