Unreal Life

Unreal Life Will Have a Girl and AI Working Together to Restore Memories

Japanese indie developer hako revealed that their puzzle-solving adventure game Unreal Life is heading to the Nintendo Switch on May 14, 2020. In it, Players will assume the role of Haru, a young psychic who has lost her memory. Together with the wireless signal-type AI “195,” she’ll travel the streets to try and remember just what happened to her, while using her abilities to solve puzzles along the way. Haru has the ability to read the memories of objects she touches, effectively letting her learn about the past in order to solve puzzles in the present in this mysterious city.

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Currently, Unreal Life has only announced a date for its Japanese release, but hako stated on the game’s website that an English version is also being developed and will be available a few months after the Japanese one. While the game is launching first on Nintendo Switch, it’s also set to release on PCs via Steam, as well as on Apple iOS and Android devices. However, no dates have been given for these versions.

You can watch the trailer for the game below:

Additionally, here are some screenshots showing what Unreal Life is like:

Unreal Life will release for Nintendo Switch on May 14, 2020, and later on PC via Steam, iOS and Android.

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