By Tyler Trosper / October 28th, 2016
Today, Sekai Project released a playable demo for Liz-Art’s Memory’s Dogma CODE:01 on Steam. The demo comes a week before the visual novel’s release date on November 4th.
Memory’s Dogma was successfully funded on Kickstarter last year. The story takes place in a future where memories have been digitized and people can communicate to their deceased loved ones. The cast includes many veteran Japanese voice actors.
For more information, here is how Sekai Project describes the game on its Steam page:
Featuring stunning graphics and an all-star voice cast, Liz-Arts proudly presents Memory’s Dogma CODE:01, an exhilarating sci-fi suspense visual novel set in future Japan!
It is the year 2030 A.D. With the recent advancements in information technology and neuroscience in Japan, human memories can now be saved and recorded via a technology called “e-Memory.” Numerous state-operated facilities now exist that will allow one to communicate with the deceased: the “Connect Center.”
College student Kusuhara Hiroki struggles with suicidal impulses after the sudden passing of his close childhood friend, Mizunashi Sorano. With her memories to last only six days, Kusuhara’s friend Amamiya Kakeru suggests that they attempt to steal Sorano’s memories from the server in which they are stored. In the midst of this, the pair of friends are suddenly embroiled in an ongoing conspiracy revolving around a truth that must be kept secret at all costs.
Multiple Decision Points – Avoid the “bad endings” to reach the truth.
Fully Voiced Japanese Cast- Characters (including the protagonist) are brought to life by a star-studded cast of veteran Japanese voice actors from the anime industry.
Full HD Visuals – Enjoy the game’s stunning visuals in Full HD format.
Multiple Languages – Play through the game in either English or Japanese.
Dynamic Cutscenes – Watch as important events unfold with wonderfully dynamic motion-graphic cutscenes.
Sekai Project also released a free manga previewing the world and characters of Memory’s Dogma. As a backer for the game, I’m eager to see how the final product turns out.
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