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  • Summary: The story is about Amarantha Fitch, Amy for her friends, who works part-time in a ice-cream parlor during the summer to pay for her studies. Engaged with Aaron, one day they have a car accident, and Aaron suffers from short-term amnesia. He doesn't remember Amy anymore!
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  1. May 9, 2014
    80
    If you like the dating simulation genre, Always Remember Me is the right choice for you.
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  1. Jul 14, 2014
    3
    I love life sim and dating sim games, however this one felt so shallow. You never really got to know the main character (whose name isI love life sim and dating sim games, however this one felt so shallow. You never really got to know the main character (whose name is Amarantha...what?), or any of the characters really, they all just comes off as very bland.
    I have finished the game twice, once with the alone ending and another with the normal ending. Both endings were equally uninspiring and in both endings there was text referring to past events that never occurred in my games.
    The music was repetitive and got super annoying after a while, not to mention the opening song had very grating vocals.
    To put the icing on the cake (or the sprinkles on the ice cream if we want to stay with Always Remember Me's theme) the little comics in the extras section were completely cringe worthy. "I LOVE YOU!", "Oh noes!". Please stop with the poor attempts at humour and the out of date internet slang, as a reader I actually felt second hand embarrassment.
    With the exception of the chibis the art was pleasing so that's one thing this game had going for it.
    I hate to sound so negative but there really wasn't much I enjoyed about this game. For a story that has so much to do with writing it's kind of sad how poor the plot/dialogue is, however I acknowledge that writing fiction is difficult, especially when there are multiple endings. I hope that the writer puts in more practice and tries again, I just don't think I'll be spending money on their next attempt.
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