Room6 announced that the Hako Life-developed indie adventure Unreal Life will launch on Nintendo Switch and PC-via Steam on November 19.
Unreal Life tells the story of a girl who has lost her memories. The only thing she can recall is one name, “Miss Sakura.” Her goal turns into a quest to find Miss Sakura, but she isn’t alone with the aid of a talking traffic light and the power to read the memories of the things that she comes in contact with.
Players will compare memories of the past and the present and solve mysteries throughout the game. There are puzzle elements as well to progress the narrative.
Unreal Life has been redevelopment for four years, mostly created by one developer, with the second half of the music handled by another person. It seems like the developer put a lot into the project to release it in Japanese and English. The developer is also working on another game called Yokaze, a collection of atmospheric adventure games that will release in the future.
We’ll be sure to keep you updated on the release of Unreal Life.
You can watch the Switch trailer for Unreal Life below, which released a while ago, but it’ll give you a better idea of gameplay:
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