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Translations: Remember11 English Translation
« on: October 15, 2010, 06:52:37 pm »

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TLWiki has released a full translation patch for the PC version of Remember11 -the age of infinity-, a visual novel developed by KID as part of the Infinity series. Remember11 is a science fiction and mystery thriller set in the near future.

The all-ages story of Remember11 has both a male and a female protagonist, and in contrast to the other Infinity games (Never7 and Ever17) it does not play out like a dating sim. Instead of several heroine routes, the game offers two perspectives on the same events.

Third-year psychology major Fuyukawa Kokoro, along with three others, is forced to take refuge in a mountain cabin after surviving a catastrophic plane crash in the middle of a snowstorm. In the cabin the group discovers a newspaper detailing the death of all passengers save one – with the newspaper dated six months in the future.

In a seemingly separated situation, quantum physics grad student Yukidoh Satoru is equally isolated by a snowstorm and experiences a life-threatening situation of his own. Someone, possibly even one of his three companions, is trying to have him killed. He and Kokoro find out that their consciousnesses have somehow become linked together, essentially causing control over their bodies to be swapped back and forth between them.

Relevant Link: (http://tlwiki.tsukuru.info/index.php?title=Remember11_-_the_age_of_infinity)

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Re: Translations: Remember11 English Translation
« Reply #1 on: October 18, 2010, 07:34:26 pm »
Not really my cup of tea, but the premise seems awesome, and the stories winding together just seems like it could make for an awesome story.

The biggest draw for me would probably be the fact that it's an all-ages story. I don't have anything against H games, but they're even less "my thing" than visual novels.
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