At the FanimeCon 2015 event this past week, visual novel publisher Sekai Project announced a bunch of new games they will be localizing. The first of these is a point-and-click adventure game called Resette’s Prescription.



Developed by Japanese developer LizArts over a period of three years, Resette’s Prescription was crowdfunded back in 2013 via the Campfire crowdfunding platform. You can watch the game’s opening video above.


Additionally, Sekai Project are also working with LizArts on a new visual novel titled Memory’s Dogma. Very little is known about the game, but Sekai describe it as a “ neuroscience × genetics × near-future sci-fi visual novel adventure game”. More teaser quotes and images from the game can be found below.


“In 2030, Japan’s advancements in neuroscience, memories can now be saved and recorded. The is called e-Memory.”


“Memory’s Dogma: The Connect Center – A state-operated facility that allows one to communicate with the deceased.”


A teaser screenshot from Memory’s Dogma.


Sekai Project have not announced release dates for Resette’s Prescription or Memory’s Dogma yet. We’ll have more details on both titles as they are made available.


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