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A Memoir Blue is an interactive poem on Xbox, Game Pass, PlayStation, Switch and PC

There’s been some serious hype around A Memoir Blue, the latest interactive poem to come to PC, console, and Game Pass. The wait for the delights it brings comes to an end now though, as the game is coming to all formats.

Created by Cloisters Interactive and taken over by the team at Annapurna Interactive – a team that now releases crackers like The Artful Escape and Last Stop in their catalog – A Memoir Blue promises to immerse you in a poem that focuses on love total that is felt between a mother and her daughter.

It’s a £6.69 game on the Xbox Store, but it’s also available via Game Pass for those subscribers. However, you have access, but you can be sure that you will discover access to a wonderfully unique tale that combines hand-drawn and 3D art visuals with a narrative that goes deep into the memory bank.

Playing through a series of vignettes, the connection between family members is sure to be the most captivating part of A Memoir Blue, but other key features include:

  • Immerse yourself in Miriam’s life: step inside her mind and experience her uncovered memories.
  • Travel through fantastical environments with elegant and unexpected puzzles in an immersive dream world.
  • Enjoy unique surreal storytelling and dramatic cinematic scenes.
  • Discover a visual feast of light, color and movement.

We personally think getting involved with A Memoir Blue through Game Pass is a bit of a no-brainer, but the asking price certainly makes it just as appealing. You can find the game at Xbox Store right here, in addition to being present on the digital stores of PlayStation, Switch and PC.

Our full review is live too.

Description of the game:

From Cloisters Interactive, A Memoir Blue is an interactive poem about a superstar athlete and the absolute love between mother and daughter. A unique aesthetic combining hand drawing and 3D art brings Miriam’s magical-realistic journey to life as she swims through the depths of her memories. A series of gameplay vignettes mix sacrifice and heartbreak with victory and pride as she reconnects with her inner child and deepens the love she shares with her mother.

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