PC - Windows
2064: Read Only Memories
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About this game
Content Rating: Mature
December 19th, 2064AD. Your life as a struggling journalist is interrupted by the world’s first sapient robot, a ROM named Turing. Your friend, a brilliant AI engineer and Turing's creator, has gone missing. Why did he disappear? Who’s involved? Why would they want him? Explore the world of Neo-San Francisco, befriend the locals, and decide how to approach your encounters. It’s up to you to uncover the mystery of their disappearance in this cyberpunk graphic adventure game! Read Only Memories is a cyberpunk graphic adventure game that focuses on putting queer and diverse characters in meaningful roles, creating an exciting and tense adventure and story, and features the unique and exotic graphics and sounds that make up 2064 Neo-SF.
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- OS: Windows XP
- Processor: 2.0 GHz with SSE2 instruction support
- Memory: 1 GB RAM
- Graphics: Direct X or Open GL 2.0 compatible card
- DirectX: Version 9.0c
- Storage: 1000 MB available space
- Sound Card: one that goes boop and beep
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In the face of a world and a society that is still struggling to accept lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer, and transgender people, ROM clearly says that if you can relate to a pretend gender-fluid robot, you can relate and connect with anyone. It's a bold, declarative statement backed with aesthetic skill on nearly every front. ROM is a resounding success and one of the most affecting adventures I've ever had.
I would recommend Read Only Memories to anyone who enjoys point-and-click adventure games, as it's an excellent addition to the genre, borrowing many of its key elements while ditching some of the more obnoxious ones. It's also a great choice for anyone who is looking for more diversity in their video games, as it does a wonderful job of promoting inclusion without making it the sole focus.
If I were to describe Read Only Memories in one word, it's relevant. It's a game that makes us think about social issues, and what it means to be human, in ways other games are afraid to. And that's exactly what good cyberpunk is supposed to do: Make you think about our world by showing you a vision of the future.