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11-11 Memories Retold

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11th November 1916, a young photographer leaves Canada to join the western front in Europe.
The same day, a German technician is told that his son is missing in action.
Both want to preserve their humanity and come back alive to their loved ones.

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BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment America
Aardman Animations
Bandai Namco Entertainment, BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment US
Age rating
13+ Teen

System requirements for PC

  • OS: 64-bit Windows 7, 64-bit Windows 8 (8.1) or 64-bit Windows 10 
  • Processor: Intel CPU Core i5-2500K 3.3GHz / AMD CPU Phenom II X4 940 
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Nvidia GPU GeForce GTX 660 / AMD GPU Radeon HD 7870 
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 6 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX Compatible
  • OS: 64-bit Windows 7, 64-bit Windows 8 (8.1) or 64-bit Windows 10 
  • Processor: Intel CPU Core i7 3770 3.4 GHz / AMD CPU AMD FX-8350 4 GHz 
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: AMD Radeon RX 480, Nvidia GeForce GTX 970
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 6 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX Compatible

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11-11: Memories Retold - Cinematic Trailer
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11-11 Memories Retold - Full Gameplay Walkthrough & Ending
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11-11 Memories Retold reviews and comments

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Really nice and An exciting Story + Artstyle is interesting + Super Soundtrack + Voice Acting is also very good + the story is exciting and the Dynamics of the two Characters is well written + in Principle like a good Book that I couldn't lay out of my Hand + bugfre i, good Performance (so far) + there are many different Endings and your Decisions actually have an Impact on the Story-Audio is mostly in English, partly Also German (the Germans mostly speak German, Kurt'S Thoughts and are sometimes English spoken); Harry'S Story is English; But there are Subtitles Story The First World War. You play Harry, a Canadian Photographer Who is sent to the Front line on the Allied side as a War Photographer. And you also play Kurt, a German Factory worker who goes to War to find his Son. The two Stories are told in parallel-and at some point they become a Story. I don't want to give too much away, but if you like story-heavy Games, this is your Thing here. Gameplay Man alternates between Harry and Kurt (Third Person). Later you can also play a Cat. There are a lot Of Movie Scenes. Active Gameplay basically consists of exploring the Environment and making Decisions based on what you've learned. With Kurt you can listen to conversations and with Harry you can take Photos (you can use them to unlock special Options). Never gets Shot in the Game here-just with the Camera;) (And so far not, I'm not through yet). This is more about the Psyche of the two And their Relationship with each other and their respective Families. Conclusion I'm not quite through yet, but so far I find the Story insanely exciting. The Characters are written very profoundly and continue to evolve throughout the Course of history. I can recommend Memories Retold To anyone who likes to play Games with deep Story. One should not expect, however, that one can reenact any Battles here. The Art-style also takes a bit of getting used to in the Beginning. Like an Oil According to that someone has blurred. But You get used to it quickly and now I think it's quite nice. Have it bought me for 15 Euros in the Sale, that's definitely worth it. :)
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11-11 is a solid to good Game and did not deserve to flop to the Extent that it probably flopped. The Graphic Style is idiosyncratic, but after a short time of Familiarization It Is not ugly or disturbing. 11-11 can score mainly acoustically. The Soundtrack is great even if it never reaches the Oscar-ready score of Valiant Hearts, but the Speakers are excellent for that. Unfortunately, there are huge Problems with the language mix, which partly destroyed the Game for me, but more on that later. I find the Characters well worked out and the Game arguably goes through as an Anti-war game. The War in 11-11 is either boring or terrible and Heroes are looking for in vain. You get a good Feeling about the Price also paid by the People for whom the War turned out glimpse. Gameplay, I would call it at most nice because you miss the Claim, but the Game doesn't get boring for the whole 5-7 Hours. BUT now we get to the big Negative Point. In 11-11 you play two Characters. An English-speaking and a German-speaking Character, both of which, as I said, are superbly set to music. Unfortunately, the Logic of Kurt completely fails the German Soldier. His Colleagues all speak German, of course, but he thinks and writes the Letters in the English Language. So Far so good ... But it sounds funny: ugly: After That there are scenes where you should listen to English Soldiers in the Tunnel. Kurt does that and I thought "ahh maybe understands the Language" and then it would still be weird but kind of explainable. After you get together with the Harry, that is, the Soldier, the game Colors the Pieces of text red that the other Soldier doesn't understand. And lo and behold Kurt doesn't even understand "Whats your name" even though he has wiretapped soldiers before and continues to write English Letters. I could endlessly rant about the Crap, but I want to tell two More things. A Scene where Kurt spills and you write an English Letter to his Wife that Food is slowly running out: ugly: Kurt is spilled, how is the Letter ever supposed to arrive??? The Latter concerns Harry. He is sometimes in German Captivity for Months, but I am not exactly carrying this out now for Spoiler Reasons. However, he can, after Months of Prisoner of war, still not a Word of German (all colored red) and also in Chapter 3 not where he is eternally long "Spoilers ..." In such a narrative Game, I am extremely bothered by something like that. Nevertheless, a "beautiful" Experience 7/10
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