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Submitted by NYC_Gamer 713d ago | review

Edge- Memoria review

Edge:Daedalic’s The Whispered World didn’t hint at greatness in the small team’s foray into the point-and-click genre, but ever since it has impressed with each new production, peaking with the unusual and off-kilter Night Of The Rabbit earlier this year. Memoria continues the developer’s obsession with tales set in and revolving around parallel and converging, ethereal worlds, this time largely taking place in a mystical medieval fantasy land (part of the Dark Eye shared universe the studio has established) that should lure in fans of everything from Dragon’s Lair to Grimm fairytales. (Memoria, PC) 7/10

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