Another Code: Recollection Traces of Memories Past Trailer Released

Discover how players will be able to unravel the truth behind the lost memories of their family with the latest trailer for Another Code: Recollection.

Taking control of Ashley Mizuki Robins, players will be able to follow their investigative instincts, observe their surroundings, and gather potential clues to unravel the overarching mystery through the use of both button and motion controls. For those who get stuck and need a helping hand, optional hint and navigation systems have also been included.

This title will pay host to two fully enhanced mystery adventures—including one previously unreleased in North America.

Learn more with the official Another Code: Recollection Traces of Memories Past trailer below:

Another Code: Recollection — Traces of Memories Past — Nintendo Switch

The game will come out for the Nintendo Switch on January 19. A free demo of Another Code: Recollection that features the opening chapter of Ashley’s story is available on the Nintendo eShop, and players can transfer their save data to the main game.

Supported languages for Another Code: Recollection include English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, and Traditional Chinese.

Source: YouTube
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