War games are fairly ten pence, and they have been for some time, but 11-11 Retold Memories is a very different animal to Call of Duty and Medal of Honor calls. After going to coincide with the centenary of Mold Day, the official end of World War I, release the game is very sure. As the story, you can see control of man's control on both sides of this bitter conflict.
Throughout 11-11 Retold Memories, you will find your perspective in exchange between two main characters. First, Harry, a Canadian-founder photographer, is drafted as a generalist generalist publicist. On the other hand, you'll be Kurt – a German engineer leading to the front line to track his missing son.
The developers have done amazing work with these characters, especially the harmful but determined Kurt. Its shock is really true, and the way in which characters in Germany are completely portrayed deserves credit. They feel very human, unlike the cold and incredible generic soldiers you see in most war games.
Of course, it is not really spoiled to reveal that the two main features cross routes before the end of the game. The story that is taken with each other gives time to breathe, giving you enough time to get to know the cast before the tension ramp rises. There is a very good narrative that came to an interest throughout, although Memories Retold 11-11 is not as great as we had hoped. This feels like a slightly glossy version of events, steering from some of the most amazing aspects of war (or rather suggesting them instead).
Still, at times you have direct control over the narrative and address that it takes. This steering can be as comfortable as a line that you choose to write in a letter to a young girl Koch, or something that has a lot more impact – no prospects here, however.
We would definitely describe 11-11 as a casual narrative experience, rather than a game. Occasionally, you will have to solve a simple puzzle, such as pushing a crack to clear a path, while the mini kiln game also bites to refer your attention. However, most of the time, you will only look at the environments for collectibles, or in the case of Harry taking an insight into anything that seems interesting. If you want any kind of real challenge, you're best to leave this title well on your own.
Speaking about those environments, they are rendered in a spectacular watercolor style that is unique and easy to eye easily. The graphics have actually been handled by Aardman, and they have done amazing work. I can not think of another recent, incredible and unique visual game – as if the location was pulled out before you were in real time.
Similarly, 11-11 Retold Memories are suitable for the game perfect. It's enough when it needs to be, wistful or even even at other times. And the voice operates great thanks to the premium cast, which includes Sebastian Koch and Elijah Wood.
If you have a well-driven narrative experience, then the value of 11 Retold Memories is worth considering. However, there's probably someone after game & # 39; Appropriate with any type of challenge is likely to be reduced by the rather basic gameplay.