Reminiscence in the Night Xbox

This apartment make look peaceful and calming at first glance, but you will quickly discover you are trapped inside of it and cannot escape. Can you figure out how to get out of there and restore your memories? Find out today in Reminiscence in the Night on Xbox, PlayStation and Nintendo Switch.

Reminiscence in the Night is a point-and-click visual novel set in this sombre looking apartment that you have no memories of. Is it even your apartment? Interact with the items you find to help piece together memories and unlock new scenes to progress the story.

You aren’t totally alone though; you have a friend called Sofia who you can talk to online on the computer. She is your childhood friend but again, you don’t recall.

Then there are these visions you keep having where there is definitely something sinister watching you. What does it all mean?

Reminiscence in the Night is a visual novel where your choices matter. There are your memories to restore but decisions you make elsewhere may prevent you from restoring them all. All but one thing is a mystery surrounding Reminiscence in the Night; it being a Ratalaika game there are easy achievements aplenty to be had.

Should that information sway you, Reminiscence in the Night is available to download right now priced at £4.99 on the Xbox Store. Purchase it within the next 14 days though and you can bag yourself a 20% discount, reducing it down to just £3.99. Does that discount tempt you? Let us know in the comments below.

Game description

You’re trapped in your apartment. You have no memory of your past. As you try to escape, you rapidly understand that you must confront your traumas, and the only way to do this is to let your choices guide you to freedom. Interact with different items in the apartment to invoke new scenes and memories, speak on the computer with your childhood friend, Sofia, to further the story. Your choices matter. What happens to the main character and their memories is in your hands. Features: * Visual novel interface with choices * Point and click puzzle gameplay * Your choices change the outcome of the story * Somber, enigmatic artistic aesthetic

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