A Memoir Blue Interactive Poetry Coming February – GameSpew

A memory blue, a moody, aesthetically-blending game that explores the relationship between mother and daughter, now has a February 2022 release date.

We first caught wind of Cloisters Interactive’s upcoming title during publisher Annapurna Interactive’s July showcase. Like many games that tackle relationships, other than the relationship between a shotgun and the face of a demon, A memory blue it’s not just kittens and cuddles. Instead, he focuses on the things that drove the pair apart.

This emotional exploration seems to happen through memories, and since your character is a professional swimmer, you’re literally diving into memories. When the main character dives off a train into a vast ocean, you know his reality is a bit fluid. In fact, Annapurna dubs it an “interactive poem,” so it’s entirely possible that your main character will be thinking about things that, by now, are too late to change.


The art style, in particular, is something to think about. Your character is depicted as a 3D model while your past is hand-drawn art. Yes, it’s a cool effect, but it’s also a stylish way to illustrate the chasm of time between your protagonist Miriam and her past.

In short, we expect A memory blue to make us cry or, at least, put a lump in our throats. Although hoping that the experience is not marred by our own memories of Another world terrifying underwater opening and will have a low number of alien octopuses.

A memory blue is set to release on Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One (also via Xbox Game Pass), PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC on February 10, 2022. In the meantime, you can check out the trailer or wishlist here above on Steam.

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