Without Memory is an “Interactive Thriller” For The PS4

By   /   Apr 29, 2014

Moscow-based Dinosaurum Games has announced Without Memory, an “interactive thriller” set for release in 2016 exclusively for the PlayStation 4.

The game is currently in the very early segments of its development phase and looks to have just gotten past the concept work. Apart from the game being powered by Unreal Engine 4, nothing else is known at the moment.

Accompanying the announcement was a batch of the concept art done for the game, and a promise that the first screenshots of the game will be released this summer. We take it that the developer will then be also handing out more information on their game.

The thriller genre isn’t exactly the most widespread on consoles and neither have we seen good titles in that specific department for that matter. It’ll be interesting to see just what Dinosaurum Games is working on that needs the PlayStation 4’s hardware to power up an interactive setting.

Featured Videos

Hot Right Now

Skylake-X CPU

Intel Bringing Mainstream 12 Core/ 24 Thread Skylake-X CPU To Compete With Ryzen?

The AMD Ryzen launch is only days away and I know you are as excited about the launch as I am....

by   /   7 hours ago
Next Batman Arkham

Next Batman Arkham Could be Batman Arkham Insurgency, Announcement in March?

Warner Bros. is about to make an important announcement on March 8, 2017. There's no official...

by   /   Feb 25, 2017

The AMD Ryzen CPU Hits The Right Marks, Just Needs Right Price

The AMD Ryzen CPU was demoed recently and what a demo it was. AMD showed that the upcoming AMD...

by   /   Dec 15, 2016
Death Stranding leak

New Death Stranding Leak Revealed The Name Of Norman Reedus’ Character

Hideo Kojima rocked the internet with the reveal of Death Stranding trailer at The Game Awards...

by   /   Dec 15, 2016
Video Game Remasters

Untold Stories of Video Game Remasters – the Good, Bad, and Ugly

In today’s video, we discuss something subjective – are video game remasters good or bad? And...

by   /   Sep 9, 2016
Load More