Developer Juggler Games has announced that their evocative new title My Memory of Us will see the light of day in October, having also successfully secured award-winning actor Patrick Stewart to provide the game’s narration.
The sombre-looking puzzle adventure, which was first announced much earlier this year, is the story of two young friends, a boy and girl, who struggle to find the small joys in life under the oppression of a terrifying robotic dictatorship. Obviously, the in-game world and its events are a thinly-veiled reflection of life in Poland under the Nazi regime during WWII.
Players will see both characters through series of puzzle-filled events, using co-operation and lateral-thinking to stay one step ahead of the robot menace. The game looks utterly heartbreaking, and having a solemn tone such as that possessed by Stewart can only add to the gravitas of the narrative.
My Memory of Us launches on October 9 on PS4, PC and Xbox One, with a Nintendo Switch port to follow sometime after.
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Patrick Stewart will narrate the sombre-looking My Memory of Us, out in October