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Ys: Memories of Celceta

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Genre: Role-playing (RPG)

Platforms: PlayStation Vita, PC (Microsoft Windows)

Versions: See 2 more versions of this game

A bustling town deep in the frontier at the foot of an endless sea of trees... It is into this wild and untamed setting that a young man collapses, memories gone and only his name to guide him. Bereft of his past, Adol Cristin wanders the town of Casnan searching for clues to his identity. Joined by an information dealer who claims to have known him, the young adventurer helps rescue doomed miners from a collapse; an act whic... Read More


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JustLukas
186 reviews

Alright 80%

I played Lacrimosa of Dana first, and I think I made a good decision. Ys represents a great balance between what is expected of a franchise in terms of continuity of game-play, but each game has different elements to stand out. While Lacrimosa of Dana just edges it for me, Memories of Celceta is a great game in itself. Exploring a forest and retrospectively going through the memories is a nice narrative train and keeps the story interesting as mo... Read More

Positive points
Combat
RPG elements
Stays true to the Ys franchise
Scratches a very specific itch
Negative points
The setting of a forest not as attractive as an island, for example
Some storylines were left hanging
Dragging story towards the end
DingleDongle
55 reviews

Fair 70%

The game is a brand new, certified canon representation of the 4th game in the series. If you play the game in linear order rather than chronological, you are faced with a brand new engine and a new party system. Ys' strong point, world building is still here for this game. Whilst the combat is a step down from Oath and Orgins. The biggest problem I had with the game was the difficulty, being much less challenging than the predecessing games. I w... Read More