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Anima: Gate of Memories – The Nameless Chronicles

Anima: Gate of Memories is a third person action RPG that tells the story of two beings bound by an unwilling pact, an ancient monster and a girl who lost her past... Forced to stay together, their lives will take a unexpected turn when both discover that something darker than they could imagine is about to start, a war in the shadows in which they will have a leading role. Anima: Gate of Memories brings to videogames the world of Gaia from the Anima: Beyond Fantasy RPG table-top books. You will enjoy a deep and multifaceted story where your choices and actions directly impact the journey and decide the fate of the characters. Dual characters In Gate of Memories you control two different characters, Ergo and The Bearer of Calamities, and you can exchange from one to another thanks to the special synergy they have. What makes this system truly unique is that both are not "physically" present at once, but we can invoke the other even in the middle of any action, continuing the movement and creating spectacular combos. Each character also has at its disposal a large set of special skills that you will be able to develop and customize as in a traditional RPG.
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

While Anima seems like a mediocre game, I still did enjoy it. There are enough different environments to keep things interesting, nothing feels drawn out, and the story is well-presented - even if a bit stereotypical. Ergo's lines are hit-and-miss, immersion-breaking at times, but mostly funny.
On the downside, you spend more time fighting the camera than enemies: Projectiles from off-screen enemies regularly flurry you into stunlock, which is annoying, and the platforming sections are hard to get right from the weird camera angles. Other than that, graphics are a little dated, the English translation is just horrible, and spoken lines do not match up with subtitles at times.

Review from Steam

I enjoyed this game. Forgot to write a review when i played this so dont remember much but that much i remember.