Read Only Memories Crack/Patch

Read Only Memories The time December, 2064AD. Your life as a struggling journalist is interrupted by the world’s first sapient robot, a ROM named Turing. Explore the world of Neo-San Francisco, befriend the locals, and decide how to approach your encounters.

Download Read Only Memories Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 82 / 100
User rating
Downloads 1582
Genre General, Adventure, Point-and-Click
Company / Developer
MidBoss / MidBoss

Read Only Memories reviews ( 7 )

KaijuChange, Apr 19, 2017

Delightful, smart, and retro as hell. There's a clear, deep love of cyberpunk and throwback adventure woven into this game/visual novel. It's also unabashedly queer, which explains the game's warped User Score: there's been a campaign to downvote the game by people who don't like its politics. I was genuinely surprised by how much I was drawn into the game and its unique protagonist, a companion that accompanies you throughout the game. I think my only criticism is that a tonal whiplash can happen if you play through two particular branches of the plot in a certain order. It works fine in one direction, but not in the other. (NOTE: This review covers the game's original release; I haven't played the reworked version, yet.) I'd likely give the game an 8 or 9, but given the nasty review-bombing it's received, I think a 10 is a good counterbalance. The game isn't for everyone, but there's no context in which it deserves a score of 0. (This isn't to say negative reviews have no merit, but of the ones I've seen under "Most Helpful," it sounds like only SmashLampJaw actually played it.) It's definitely a flavor I haven't found elsewhere; something I didn't know I wanted until I found it.

Garrus42, Apr 19, 2017

Legitimately one of the best games I've played in years. Great soundtrack, intriguing characters, and one of the handful of games that have actually managed to make me cry (admittedly that was because I got the bad ending, but the good ending's still pretty emotional)

psydwannabe, Apr 18, 2017

The moment I launched this game, I was enchanted by the design choices of both the graphics and sound; immediately thrown back to the mid 90s, when adventure games were at their prime. The music is just fantastic; the sound design is charming, and you'll fall in love with the characters. It's very open and welcoming to all people regardless of race, gender identity or sexual orientation-- (which plays a large part in why there are so many negative user reviews here). The story is interesting and really grabs you from the get-go. There were a number of times that I was legitimately shocked by some of the directions it takes you, and the ending is hair-raising and extremely satisfying. I cherish this game, and could not recommend it highly enough.

everin, Nov 29, 2015

Tier 2 + Awesome character writing, a lot of unique and vivid voices that come to life with the animated portraits + Fairly intelligent sci-fi writing that takes a lot of its topic seriously, and shows an awareness of the more complex aspects of these ideas and their potential outcomes + Fairly good soundtrack and atmosphere, world feels alive (if not a bit too chipper/silly for the topics at hand) ? Decent plot, if not a tad predictable; paced very well, but doesn't always go the extra mile in its storytelling ? Doesn't really push the genre forwards, has a lot of object interactions allowed that just lead to silly and pointless lines of prose -- seems like an unnecessary development time sink, and also ultimately is mostly meaningless for the player - Very bizarre and poorly constructed end sequence that not only can easily spoil a Steam achievement, but doesn't seem mechanically consistent (enemy's movement patterns are far too random), which really took the wind out of the sails in what should've been a satisfying climax

whatwherewho, Apr 18, 2017

A derivative point and click game with terrible characters and shows great evidence that the creators of this game have spent a touch too much time on Tumblr and got one of the more deranged people to write for it. I can't recommend this game to anyone that wants to save their sanity. I'm going to go back to replay Shadowgate instead to remind myself of what a good game is supposed to be.

theNILE, Feb 5, 2018

Not deep enough. Sorry. Visuals aren't good. Some of the music tracks are pretty good, but they're all fairly short and constantly repeat. You'll spend a lot of the game in a few places. The story doesn't really hold your attention and it's pretty predictable. It's hard to feel for an AI, I believe this game is more about developing an emotional bond with one. But this doesn't work with the voice acting. Some of the VA is very poor. There are better games out there, this game tries to be retro and have charm but falls short. I'm surprised this game was reasonably liked, I feel the game failed at most of its core aspects.

gameer, Apr 18, 2017

This game is rubish .its like playing on the first Nintendo nes system.30 years ago it would have been ok but paper boy was way more fun than this .unless you have never seen or played a game before don't buy this it sucks. Sorry but its true