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Alternative Names

Another Code:R - Kioku no Tobira

アナザーコード:R 記憶の扉





Release Dates

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02/05/09 Nintendo
06/26/09 Nintendo

Community Stats

Owners: 48
Favorite: 2
Tracked: 1
Wishlist: 11
Now Playing: 2

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Another Code R: A Journey into Lost Memories - Summary

At the end of her summer holiday, 16 year old Ashley, an aspiring musician, receives an invitation from her father, Richard, who has always been curiously distant towards his daughter. He has been absent as he took over from Ashley’s mother to work tirelessly on a memory control system known only as “Another,” the cause of her mother’s untimely death.

In an effort to cement their bond following his protracted disappearance – Richard left Ashley to be brought up by her aunt – father and daughter are to spend a weekend together at Lake Juliet, a camping resort. But, as Another Code R: A Journey into Lost Memories begins to unfold, Ashley discovers that there are a series of mysteries surrounding Lake Juliet. The intrigue deepens as she realises she has been to this resort before … she has a dim memory of being here just before her mother died 13 years ago ...

Players of Another Code R: A Journey into Lost Memories must help Ashley solve a series of clues and puzzles, journeying back into her earliest memories to unlock the past.

The story is played as if in the pages of a mystery novel. Ashley must engage with the other characters to follow up the myriad different trails and clues in order to solve the mystery. Journeying through the story’s digital pages, she will encounter people who clearly know more than they are letting on about the events leading up to her mother’s death, who she will have to interrogate to glean the information she needs.

Players use the Wii Remote to point and click items and characters in the game’s stunningly portrayed watercolour backgrounds, interacting with them as she travels. Ashley is guided through the game’s world by clicking the arrows that tell players where she is able to go. Ashley is assisted in her puzzle solving by her DAS, a portable device with which she can take pictures during the game.

By exploring every corner of the world created by the game, collecting items from across it and by combining their intuition and skills in deduction, players will feel like they are themselves characters in a mystery novel as they unravel the secrets of Lake Juliet, Ashley’s family and ultimately, of Project Another itself …

Sales History

Total Sales
1 10,723 n/a n/a 10,723
2 4,224 n/a n/a 4,224
3 2,499 n/a n/a 2,499
4 1,749 n/a n/a 1,749
5 1,617 n/a n/a 1,617
6 1,329 n/a n/a 1,329
7 1,183 n/a n/a 1,183
8 1,025 n/a n/a 1,025
9 876 n/a n/a 876
10 744 n/a n/a 744

Opinion (28)

postofficebuddy posted 31/03/2011, 10:16
I'm considering importing this. Normally I don't support homebrew but honestly if it's just to make the console region-free than what's the harm in it?
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bezi84 posted 08/02/2011, 08:54
you can save everytime!
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Kihniƶ posted 22/05/2010, 08:07
Yes, finally bought it. +1 Others.
Loved the Ds prequel.
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hankakacjd posted 19/03/2010, 04:36
no wonder this developer went bankrupt. this sales are horrific
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KingEidilleg posted 07/02/2010, 01:06
I bought this game recently (only 10 Euro!) and love it! Shame that you can only save it at the end of a new chapter...
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elzumo posted 13/11/2009, 03:10
Seems like a lot of games on this site don't get Euro sales data for some reason...
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