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Another Code: R - A Journey Into Lost Memory

Released on 26 June 2009

Rating: 7+ (PEGI)

4.0 out of 5 (12 customer reviews) | Write a review

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Another Code: R is the sequel to the critically acclaimed Nintendo DS game Another Code. The Wii sequel is set 2 years on from Another Code but in the same universe and will also follow the familiar heroine, Ashley. After solving the mystery of her father's disappearance in the first Another Code, Ashley is now on the traces of her late mother and trying to unravel the mystery of her death. On her adventure at Lake Juliet's Camp, Ashley will investigate several locations, and encounter several characters; some of which know more than they tell her on her mother's past. Ashley will also face several puzzles which can be solved by carrying out various actions with the Wii Remote, and find items amongst the camp.
  • Cell-shaded style while keeping true to the original hand-drawn characters of the first game
  • Unique puzzles that incorporate the use of the Wii motion-sensor controls

customer Reviews

 Average rating (12 reviews)

 An excellent game

| | See all MrBiGIt's reviews (19)

I ve just purchase another code r. i hadnt played the first one but thought i would give this one a shot as i thought it looked like a good adventure game. it is a great mystery! i haven't finished it yet and don't no how long it will be before i do but it is reallt really good. i think its only flaw is the constant talking and reading, most of the game revolves around talking to people, so if you don't want to bother with this and would rather just have a strait forward game then is is not for you. If you want a game to get stuck into then i would buy this, also the graphics are really good! Thankyou and i hope this helps.

 Typical CiNG excellence.

| | See all hadouken87's reviews (2)

A fantastic adventure, a little heavy on the text and highly recommended for fans of story-driven adventure games such as CiNG's own Hotel Dusk and the original Another Code, and the Capcom made Ace Attorney series.

A highly impactful and beautiful watercolour inspired art style along with a wonderful soundtrack perfectly complement the serene atmosphere of Lake Juliet.

The game has some really cool puzzles which require you to think "outside the box" (much like the DS original) which never feel "cheap" or "unfair".

My first play-through lasted 19 hours which is much better than the DS precursor, which can be done in a matter of a few hours. There's enough to see and do to warrant a second play-through to pick up on a few things you missed the first time around.

Overall, recommended if you don't mind reading through a lot of text and are looking for an evocative and beautifully presented Wii adventure.

 Great game

| | See all emrulezz's reviews (2)

i thought the game was great i really enjoyed it i completed it in 5 days some parts were a little difficult to figure out but all in all its a good game once you start playing you can't stop playing it i was on it till 2.30 am one day just so i could finish it theres a little to much dialuoge for me i got very impatient and wanted them to shut up


| | See all nibbletthehamster's reviews (2)

it's really fun to play and i found it quite addictive! The story behind it hooks you and makes you want to play more. Plus it's ok if you havent played Trace Memory because it gives you the option to find it out when neccessary.

Some of the puzzles seem really tricky but once you work them out, you'll kick yourself for not seeing how obvious they really are.

Some of the complex story lines and puzzles might be hard for a 7 year old (PEGI rating) to work out. I had my seven year old cousin with me at the time and the bit at the start scared her a bit. But other than that its a really beautiful game! :)

 So far so good

| | See all RazzTheKid's reviews (56)

I have yet to complete the game but so far its good. The point and click works and theres a lot to work with. Graphics are nice and the story is interesting and doesnt side track much. The first game on the DS was good but short. This title is a must for those who have played the first. A good game for the Wii.

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Rating7+ (PEGI)