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Memento Mori

Hooked Gamers
26 November 2012
  • Conclusion: This review may sound negative to you, as most of it has been spent griping about what is wrong with Memento Mori . This is simply because I cannot divulge the details of the plot, the complexities of the story, the masterful way in which the player’s choices impact the course of events, or the clever puzzles that will challenge even the most experienced player, without spoiling the fun for you.
  • Pros: Intriguing narrative, great story, challenging puzzles, superbly designed plotline.
  • Cons: Dreadful voice acting, lackluster visuals, weak opening chapter.
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Review: Memento Mori (PC)

Diehard GameFAN
15 June 2010
  • Summary: Although Memento Mori does make some questions choices with how the game ends, its use of SecuROM and provided us with some issues in terms of downloading and installing, but when all is said and done it was also a fun little title. Although not as good as several releases from 2008 like The Sinking Island , Nikopol , Theresia , or The Lost Crown , Memento Mori IS the best Adventure game I’ve played this year and those of you looking for a title for your PC with low...
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Overall 6
5.8
Graphics 8
7.6
Sound 7
7.4
Control 7
7.2
Addiction 4
4.0

Memento Mori Review

Cheat Code Central
2 March 2010
Overall 8
8.0

Memento Mori

Adventure Classic Gaming
23 October 2009
  • Excerpt: Memento Mori (also known as Memento Mori: The Secret to Eternal Life) is an aptly named game. A Latin phrase originated circa 1585 C.E., "memento mori" means literally "remember to die"—a reminder of death or mortality, especially of our own, but also a reminder of human failures or errors. This phase lends itself well to both the title and the theme of the game ("the secret of eternal life can be murder" as the developer claims).
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Overall 4
4.0
Value for money 4
4.0
Gameplay 4
4.0
Graphics 8
8.0
Sound 8
8.0
Addiction 4
4.0

Memento Snorei

GIN
19 October 2009
  • Excerpt: "Remember that you will die." Sounds pretty interesting, right? A game that follows secret societies, intrigue, art theft and conspiracy, Memento Mori has all the fixings to make a prime game. Unfortunately, it falls rather short in many areas. I'm going to come out and say this right now: this game is for someone who's very new to puzzle games. If you're looking for a challenge or a real brain bender, look elsewhere.
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Overall 7
6.9

Memento Mori

Game Over Online
24 August 2009
  • Excerpt: Memento Mori is a third-person perspective adventure dealing with art theft and international intrigue. In it, you control an Interpol detective named Lara Svetlova and an ex-forger named Max Durand. After some paintings get stolen from the Hermitage Museum in Russia, you’re put on the case, and your inquiries take you all around Europe, including France and Finland.
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Review: Memento Mori (PC)

Games Are Evil
19 August 2009
  • Conclusion: Story Graphics Vocals Gameplay Conclusion
  • Pros: Pretty decent looking environments for the most part. Story is O.K.
  • Cons: Poor animation that takes forever to play out before you can control the game.
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Overall 5
4.5

Memento Mori Review

GameSpot
4 August 2009
  • Summary: Memento Mori is a plodding adventure that makes the world of art forgeries and ancient mysteries seem dull.
  • Pros: Atmospheric visuals, Impressive voice acting
  • Cons: Very, very slow-to-develop plot, Ordinary and dull puzzles, Storyline is extremely padded, Lengthy, repetitive animations, Irritating piano score
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Overall 7
7.0

Expert Review

Adventure Gamers
31 July 2009
  • Conclusion: Even in a single playthrough, Memento Mori is a pretty long game by current standards, as I clocked my experience at roughly fifteen hours. It’s a fairly easy one, however, and it’s unlikely that an experienced adventurer will become stuck, unless perhaps during the last segments of the game, when the puzzles become more complicated and the required exploration more thorough than the streamlined early sections.
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Memento Mori by Becky

GameBoomers
26 March 2009
  • Excerpt: As Memento Mori opens, the voice of a scientist announces a new technology that will reveal evidence of forgeries in famous masterpieces of art. The technology will be used first in the Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, which funded the research. The scene changes, and a voice on the phone informs a shadowy figure that an assassination must take place, and soon. Who does this new technology threaten, and why?
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