Most video games place an understandably large amount of emphasis on their gameplay, but 'Forgotton Anne' is a new game that's just as concerned with its storytelling, visuals, and audio. The anime-style video game places players in a world of lost and forgotten objects that have been anthropomorphized, and while players do indeed solve puzzles and make decisions to advance the narrative, the narrative itself is placed at the forefront.
In Forgotton Anne, players take control of the eponymous character as she works to solve disputes between personified objects. Anne and a mysterious character named Master Bonku are the only humans in this world, though the objects are given charming accents and character traits that reflect their status.
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'Forgotton Anne' Prides Itself on Art and Story
- By: Joey HaarMay 11, 2018