Darkness and Flame: Missing Memories Collector's Edition
May 24, 2017
3 Difficulties + Custom Mode
Exclusive Bonus Chapter
Integrated Strategy Guide
Wallpapers & Concept Art
Soundtracks & Cutscenes
Achievements & Collectibles
Replayable HOs & Puzzles
Bonus Mini-Games & Morphing Objects
After stumbling upon the Mark of the Firebird in Darkness and Flame: Born of Fire, Alice’s life has been changed forever. In this brand-new sequel, she is on the run with her Uncle Colin on the quest to find a mysterious woman from Colin’s past who has been haunting his dreams. Only if Colin can recover his missing memories will they stand a chance at survival against the dark army!
Missing Memories continues where Born of Fire left off. While it is definitely not necessary to have played the first game before starting Missing Memories, knowing the backstory in detailed would help make the storyline in Missing Memories more engaging. The storyline is filled with excitement and unexpected twists, as well as a series of fascinating characters as you travel through the game’s captivating landscapes. There is no denying that Missing Memories delivers one of the best storylines in the HOPA field as of late.
The production in Darkness and Flame: Missing Memories also lives up to the developer’s high standards. The visuals are spectacular, although we wish they are a little less “muddy”. The game also includes a plethora of cutscenes, all of which exceed our high expectations in terms of quality. Audio wise, Missing Memories is pretty on-point. The soundtracks are epic and intriguing, and the voice-overs convey the emotions of the characters very well.
Darkness and Flame: Missing Memories does not exactly go beyond the norm with its gameplay. The hidden objects are generally very entertaining, but the puzzles could have been much more complex. Still, we thoroughly enjoyed the post-apocalyptic/dystopia theme of the game and thought that all aspects of the game were at least extremely well-engineered.
It was a blast playing Darkness and Flame: Missing Memories. The main game lasted slightly over the four-hours mark, and the bonus chapter took us another 40 minutes. The Collector’s Edition comes with a strategy guide, wallpapers, achievements, a wide range of collectibles, morphing objects, concept art, videos, soundtracks, replayable puzzles and some bonus mini-games.