Ezra Hanson-White (also known as XRA) has put Memory of a Broken Dimension on Steam Greenlight along with a new teaser trailer that may confuse, fascinate, and scare you all at once.
Memory of a Broken Dimension has remained one of the most intriguing games to emerge on my radar since 2012. Mostly, it’s a first-person exploration game of a fractured world of digital artefacts and juddering visual interruptions, seen through the grey tones of a 3D surveying tool, with some psychological horror undertones.
The game starts with you interacting with a trail of files on the RELICS virtual desktop before you manage to find a way to dive into its emulator, shifting into the first-person perspective. Once inside, you attempt to map out the severe environment by piecing it back together in non-linear fashion.
If you’re not intrigued by the idea of Memory of a Broken Dimension then at least give the trailer above a watch. You never know—it may catch your interest.