Do You Remember - An RPG from your childhood

#1 Edited by Giacomito (208 posts) -

Hey guys,

So today I was extreeeemely bored and decided to go through kickstarter to see what games seem interesting and stumbled upon this game.

So the game is called "Do You Remember?" and seems pretty interesting. The graphics are not that great compared to other indie games but the gameplay mechanics sound interesting enough that I though I would share it with my fellow bombers. Would be awesome if the game reached its goal. I'll definitely become a backer when I get my next paycheck

Here's a link to the kickstarter page that has way more info + video that describes the different elements of the game. Below's a trailer for the game.

#2 Edited by Cloudenvy (5891 posts) -

This honestly sounded pretty cool until I hit "inspired by game mechanics like the time management from Dead Rising", I absolutely hate the time management aspect in Dead Rising. Hopefully they show off more of the game later that'll make me change my mind.

Also; "You play as Nadore, a regular 5th grade elementary school kid who possesses infinite potential within himself." He is like the number zero.

#3 Posted by believer258 (11949 posts) -

@Cloudenvy said:

This honestly sounded pretty cool until I hit "inspired by game mechanics like the time management from Dead Rising", I absolutely hate the time management aspect in Dead Rising. Hopefully they show off more of the game later that'll make me change my mind.

Also; "You play as Nadore, a regular 5th grade elementary school kid who possesses infinite potential within himself." He is like the number zero.

In fifth grade, I thought (and was told by all my teachers and family) that I had infinite potential as well. It would be an interesting, albeit dark, twist if the game's main theme turned out to be about how teaching kids that they can do anything is a false teaching.

#4 Posted by Cloudenvy (5891 posts) -

@believer258 said:

@Cloudenvy said:

This honestly sounded pretty cool until I hit "inspired by game mechanics like the time management from Dead Rising", I absolutely hate the time management aspect in Dead Rising. Hopefully they show off more of the game later that'll make me change my mind.

Also; "You play as Nadore, a regular 5th grade elementary school kid who possesses infinite potential within himself." He is like the number zero.

In fifth grade, I thought (and was told by all my teachers and family) that I had infinite potential as well. It would be an interesting, albeit dark, twist if the game's main theme turned out to be about how teaching kids that they can do anything is a false teaching.

That would be a good twist, I guess I'm just not entirely convinced that any game would dare touch that subject.

#5 Posted by Ravenlight (8040 posts) -
#6 Posted by Giacomito (208 posts) -

@Cloudenvy: Agree, that Dead Rising time management does not sound like too much fun. Hopefully it's more like Persona 4's time management and less like Dead Rising's.

Anyway, I'm interested in this game and I'm interested in the amount of freedom it supposedly will have.

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