Reviews and Problems with Another Code: Two Memories
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10 September 2010
Excerpt: Developer - Cing Inc. & Nintendo Publisher - Nintendo Features 1 Player (single player mode) Touch Screen Compatible Microphone Compatible Cartridge Save Trace Memory is a point and click adventure game that has the advantage of portability.
Excerpt: When thinking of the Nintendo DS platform as a whole, a few well known standout genres typically come to mind right away: RPG, simulation, education, 2D/3D platforming, minigame, and even the somewhat revived point-and-click/text-based adventure genre.
Excerpt: In life, there is always a debate of quantity versus quality. Some people prefer the idea of an all you can eat buffet for 5 bucks, because you can eat to your heart's content even if the food isn't that great. Others would prefer their 5 bucks spent on a tiny portion of an amazing edible.
Pros: Excellent use of various DS features, Great artwork, Interesting story, Replayability in an Adventure Game!
Cons: A damned slide-the-tiles-around puzzle, Inability to get items until you need them may be confusing, Some puzzle hints are a bit too vague, Some scenes don't update when items are changed or removed
Summary: Unravel the mystery of an ill-fated family and your mother's death.
Pros: Detailed storyline with interesting characters and a satisfying conclusion, Excellent graphics and sound, detailed environments, and plenty of little secrets, Refreshingly unique - if not a new sort of game, then certainly the sort you don't see every day
Cons: Frustrating-yet-simplistic puzzles will irritate anyone who's familiar with adventure games already
Another Code: Two Memories (Trace Memory) (Nintendo DS) Review
9 March 2005
Summary: The point-and-click genre on the PC has gradually been withering away over the years as the platform has lost its selling power. But now with the advent of the Nintendo DS and its touch-screen, the possibilities for reviving this once extremely popular style of game have definitely increased...
Conclusion: While little information is known about “Another”, the game appears to be a new Nintendo franchise. There’s not much known about the storyline of the game, all we know is that the main character is a girl named Ashley.
Conclusion: Another Code: Two Memories takes full advantage of the DS's dual screens to guide players through Blood Edward Island. The game play takes place on the touch screen, where players get an aerial view of the game world. Meanwhile, the top screen shows a first-person view of scenes and conversations.