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Memory's Dogma CODE:01

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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!StoryIt 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.Features:
  • 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.
Voice Cast:
  • Kusuhara Hiroki (CV: Ishiya Haruki)
    Hibike! Euphonium (Tsukamoto Shuuichi)
    Azure Striker Gunvolt (Zeno)

  • Orikasa Reina (CV: Oonishi Saori)
    Is it Wrong to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? (Ais Wallenstein)
    Saekano: How to Raise a Boring Girlfriend (Eriri Spencer Sawamura)

  • Mizunashi Sorano (CV: Satou Satomi)
    K-On! (Tainaka Ritsu)
    Is the Order a Rabbit? (Chiya Ujimatsu)

  • Amamiya Kakeru (CV: Horie Shun)
    Mayoiga (Hellfire)
    THE [email protected] SideM (Pierre)

  • Kanzaki Haruna (CV: Nakamura Eriko)
    THE [email protected] (Amami Haruka)
    Hetalia (Belgium)

  • Kokonoe Akane (CV: Fujita Saki)
    WORKING!! (Inami Mahiru)
    VOCALOID2 (Hatsune Miku)

  • Ema (CV: Asakawa Yuu)
    Fate/stay night (Rider)
    Akame ga Kill! (Leone)

  • Mizunashi Aoi (CV: Nabatame Hitomi)
    Girls und Panzer (Itsumi Erika)
    Seiyu's Life! (Shiodome Hikari)

  • Kozakura Mikoto (CV: Honda Mariko)
    Nichijou (Aioi Yuuko)
    Student Council's Discretion (Sakurano Kurimu)

    - You can view the staff comments on our website.
Release date
Sekai Project
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7 or above
  • Processor: 2.33GHz or faster x86-compatible processor
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 128MB or more of graphics memory
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 7 GB available space
  • Sound Card: Any audio output
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Memory's Dogma CODE:01 reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Russian
Mediocre vn, a weak plot move the cardboard characters. The Intensity of passions at the level of "Go-Go Rangers", not quite rubbish, but do not expect anything from this tile. The Drawing is not remarkable. The Voice is not bad, but it is not enough to pull. The Plot is boring, and the intrigue is understandable almost with a tie. There are a lot of pianos in the bushes that look rather clumsy. In This type of the most important is the scenario, and its authors are godless and leaked. It is also short, I have more time spent collecting cards. 4 \ 10.
Translated by
Microsoft from Russian
Wonderful game!! Originally reading the description of the game, and being under the impression of Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magica, I decided that the plot will go a little bit in the Trekhok good and brain-hardy, but after recognizing the epilogue I found myself not the right Epilogue Game tells the story of the Qusahara Hiroke, a man who Cut after the death of his girlfriend Miznasashi Sorano who is self-killed, and at one point Hiroki decided (with the help of his friend Amamia Kakaru) to go to the Center of Communication where you can talk to the deceased and during the dialogues they with the other learn that the memory of Hiroki not Coincides with the memory of Sorano, and in the future they will have to unravel whether it was a self-murder. More about the game and mechanics of the Plot in the game is very good, and pleasantly surprised me in many moments, and the story itself becomes interesting on the rise. The Game as well as some novellas has an opportunity to explain some words, here these words are highlighted in blue, as they are stored in a separate menu. The Arches in the game are awesome. The Plot is not told in the end, and just hints that the sequel should be!. The Game gives sometimes very strange scenes, but soon shows that it is still science fiction and chew the player about how it works. Unfortunately, the achievements in the game do not work, but more likely fix. (but hardly soon) Since the achievements are still not working then probably the release date of the second part is not soon:( The detailed description of some moments, on similarity of fights, as if animation have described in all details. There is a choice of solutions, but simple at the level-one correct another immediately leads to a bad ending and the game says replay all the chapters. Soundtracks are good. P.S.-I could not describe the game in detail and tell all that I would like, I think the game and so eats more about the work reviews in this regard, and I can hardly describe how I surprised the game and pleased with the story.
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