You awaken to find your memories gone. To learn the truth behind your amnesia, you’ll choose from five romantic paths, each its own world. With 20+ endings, can you write the lasting love story you deserve, or will your love and life come to an end?
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Release Date: Aug 25, 2015

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About This Game

In this visual novel, you'll play as the Heroine whose life depends on hiding your recent loss of memory while you navigate complex relationships with five men. Choose your romantic path from the start to piece together that which was forgotten. Will you write the lasting love story you deserve, or will your love – and life – come to an end?
Key Features
1. Select one of five guys as your love interest, each with multiple branching story paths. Each choice creates a distinct world where characters assume different roles, allowing for 20+ endings!
2. Parameters affect your relationship with your future love. Keep track of your relationship here and make sure you’re not headed to a bad ending!
3. Play mini-games like Rock, Paper, Scissors and Air Hockey against other characters.
4. Unlock voiced images in the Gallery. Touching certain areas of the image will play dialogue of feelings that couldn’t be previously expressed.

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows Vista
    • Processor: Core 2 Duo (1.20Ghz or more)
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 960×540; onboard sufficient
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 3 GB available space
    • Sound Card: Direct Sound supported environment (should work on any legal windows device)
    • OS: Windows Vista, 7, 8/8.1, 10
    • Processor: Core i3 or greater
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 1920×1080; onboard sufficient
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 3 GB available space
    • Sound Card: Direct Sound supported environment (should work on any legal windows device)
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2.1 hrs
Posted: August 29
Pretty good. The different paths to take make replay value high. Good art and decent story.
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27.0 hrs
Posted: August 29
Great game, I was hooked on every story! Shin was difficult for me to like because he was pushing the MC away so much and I personally would have helped him as much as possible.! What a wonderful route was not expecting it at all and I loved him. I'm going to admit Ikki was my favourite route, I just loved the twist! He was wonderful. Joker route.....urrgh my heart! I got all good endings and there is no way I will make myself get bad endings haha! Toma....hmmm I loved his character and I understood what he wanted to do but he took it a bit too far! I know he was trying to protect MC cause holy shiz she could have been killed. But seriously Toma? Chill man, and yes I did love him haha. If you liked the Anime then you will love this! This game is far better than the anime and it and me hooked on it I couldn't put it down! I just hope they put the sequels up soon!!
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48.1 hrs
Posted: August 29
If you're looking for a good visual novel game, than I definitely recommand this one :) It's one of my favourite ones for sure! Amazing artwork and nice music to go along with it.
I really liked that the routes that you can choose, it has different content and are in different lenghts, not like some visual novels that you can choose some different things but the story is almost the same and has the same 'subjects', this one has a complete different outcome, or at least I think so.
I watched the anime first, and it didn't effect my game play in a way that it would ''ruin'' the game. Really enjoyed this game so I'd give it a 10/10 ^^
~Hope you enjoy :3
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7.5 hrs
Posted: August 28
First go-around, went Diamond. Not the love story I expected, but the love story I deserved. A+++ triggered.
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dG Lunova
7.9 hrs
Posted: August 27
I loved this game, different routes plus bonus routes! I wish they would do the other versions of Amnesia, I have read abouth them and I am hopeful to continue the games. Lots of ways to die but lots of CG's and a good story. The art is beautiful and I love the twists and turns in this game.
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Mimi Misuzu
23.9 hrs
Posted: August 26
I'm not usually one for dating sims but this is more like a visual novel. I like how you have to play through the storylines of each character rather than have to pick one to date. It makes you want to play every story to get every ending available ^_^

Also the aim of the game isn't to get senpai to notice you, its a lot darker than that and every play through adds to the mystery ;3

If you want to play a visual novel with dating sim type elements without actually playing a sating sim I would recommend this game :D
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11.5 hrs
Posted: August 24
(yaoi) Butt Stuff please :3 thankksssssssss
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VeeQuil // !Team Valor!
18.2 hrs
Posted: August 23
After watching the anime, and told that it was based off of an Otome, I just had to get it(This was emaybe 2 years ago...?) Anyways, I found it one day.. but it wasn't on SteamT^T. Anyways, I then found it on here one day, and I freaked out, of course. But I had to wait a bit before I could actually get it. SO glad I decided to get it though.

Out of the three endings I got- Shin's was the only good ending. Of course, there had to be after stories.. Looked them up, and that's where I died inside;-;. Just like when I look up other otomes that I love. Sadly.. the after stories aren't on Steam..

Amnesia Memories is really one of the best Otome that I have gotten- the only one I've paid for to get the stories. Otherwise the rest are freemium. Anyways, the artwork is beautiful, the backgrounds are so soft, and the music fits in so well with everything. Not only that though, at times it gets kinda creepy, in my opinion. I know, I know, I said I watched the anime, but it's not like I'll remember EVERYTHING... At those 'creepy' times though, it really does get my heart racing, and its a nice difference from other Otome that I play. I do wish that as the player, 'I'/ the heroine speaks more. But overall, one of the best Otome I've played.
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32.7 hrs
Posted: August 22
I'm kinkshaming, Toma

Still good game 10/10 would get locked in a cage again
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35.4 hrs
Posted: August 21
Intriguing plot with many mysteries and surprises. Each character has a unique personality and development that captivates my heart when I play his story.
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Most Helpful Reviews  In the past 30 days
6 of 7 people (86%) found this review helpful
7 people found this review funny
32.7 hrs on record
Posted: August 22
I'm kinkshaming, Toma

Still good game 10/10 would get locked in a cage again
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5 of 6 people (83%) found this review helpful
41.1 hrs on record
Posted: August 9
♥ ♦ ♣ ♠ Okay, let's try to be simple. This is one of the few OGs (otome game, like visual novel mostly for girls, not generalizing though) we'll find on Steam, sadly. Of the ones I played, it was easily one of the best ones. You'll have some (really) bizarre and strange stories (it deppends on which one of the characters' route you're playing and if you get the bad endings or not. YEEEES, the choices matter, of course), but aside that, I strongly recommend this for the OGs lovers. If you saw the anime version and liked it, why the hell didn't you buy it already? ♥ ♦ ♣ ♠
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3 of 4 people (75%) found this review helpful
65.8 hrs on record
Posted: August 19
I really liked the music and the character design
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
35.4 hrs on record
Posted: August 21
Intriguing plot with many mysteries and surprises. Each character has a unique personality and development that captivates my heart when I play his story.
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2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
45.0 hrs on record
Posted: August 3
Amnesia Memories is a visual novel otome game that you'll surely remember forever! There was never a dull moment for me when playing this game, theres countless things to explore and many ways to play the game. Also, with each route, there will be a good ending, a normal ending and a bad ending (Sometimes theres more than just one bad ending, so be prepared) Not going to lie, sometimes I feel like the normal endings are just as terrible as the bad endings; You should definately strive for the good endings in all routes though. There's four guy's routes in the beginning, but if you stay until the end you'll be able to enter a special world and get a true ending!
When I first started playing this game I was hopelessly obsessed, there's something like a magnetic attraction that charms and pulls you into all the little odds and ends of this game.. With each guy, there's different personality; you're bound to find the one you like. Within the four main routes, the heroine will experience different instances; some lovely, sympathetic, scary or even questionable.. Its all in how you want to interpret the many feelings of this game. Amnesia Memories is also a very humorous game, It's fun to see how things turn out in the end since choices really do matter.
Overall, Amnesia Memories is a gem of a game, don't miss out.. Solid 10/10. If you're still contemplating on buying this game, be sure to have one to multiple boxes of tissues close by, you might just cry a river. (It's better safe than sorry)
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2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
42.9 hrs on record
Posted: August 12
*Whistles* This game has become a favorite of mine so I've got a lot of good to say about it- it does have some down falls, of course, but I didn't find anything to be game ruining.

-The visuals are really, really gorgeous. All the backgrounds are well made and the character models have a lot of detail. The character models in general are gorgeous, the clothes seem to have a marble-like texture and the eyes stand out. They even move from pose to pose during dialogue and blink.
-The music keeps getting stuck in my head and is pleasant to listen to, there are quite a few different tracks to suit the different moods and they're also very well done.
-All of the routes are very different from one another, so playing a new route isn't a 'oh, this again' experience excluding the prologue. I haven't played many otome aside from free to plays, but the routes here seem to be very unique. Never have I ever been locked in a dog cage by my boyfriend.
-Gosh, do I love the characters. Maybe they wont all be everyone's cup of tea specifically Toma but I found most the characters to be interesting and likeable.
-Voice acting!!! I do love me some voice acting and Amnesia has it, professional voice acting even! I didn't find that any of the voice actors got annoying throughout my play, though I did find some voice actors to be better than others. Waka's voice actor specifically shone to me despite him being a side-characer.
-There were a few mysterys here and there- heck, one of the routes is essentailly a murder mystery without the murder. I found them enjoyable enough and finding out things bit by bit feels like putting together a puzzle.
-You can name your character whatever you want, which is nice.
-Choices you've already picked are highlighted green when you play through again.

-As gorgeous as the character models are if they don't move for a while or if your making a tough desicion it feels like they're staring into your soul. Also the necks look a bit weird, specifically Shin's.
-The same music tracks are used throughout ALL of the routes, so some of the more common everyday songs can be a bit boring after a while.
-...Toma's route. Just. Toma's route. It can be very polarizing and off-putting, not mention how immoral it all is! I get some people are into that but honestly, Toma's the worst TuT
-Cheesy dialogue at times. I suppose that's common in otome though.
-Rina, as I called her, doesn't have a voice. Maybe it's just me who's disappointed by that, but I found it a bit off-putting.
-I experienced quite a bit of lag while playing, nothing game breaking but enough to make switching between screens and menus a bit irking.

TIPS (some spoilers? maybe?)
-Don't start with the diamond world. Any of the other three routes would be good to start with but I feel that the Dimond world gives away too much for the other worlds and is too polarizing for a first route.
-Save at the end of the prologue when you're offered the choice of which world you want to go to, it saves time when you want to start a new route.
-The 'S' button is the shortcut to skip dialogue you've already read, which is useful for trying to get different endings in routes you've already completed.
-If you really want to wrap up the story you have to get the good ends in all four worldswhich then unlocks the fifth world, Joker world.

Kent is best route, Toma's route can burn, Orion is practically my son at this point and poor Ukyo deserves all the cookies- Enjoy.
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2 of 4 people (50%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
22.4 hrs on record
Posted: August 15
Each route for this game seemed to drag on and the heorine is kind of a push over. I personally see all of these relationships as extrmemly toxic and manipulatuve, and I hope that people don't see this as the "right way" to have a relationship. I do understand though that people are able to tell from what's fantasy and what's not (like for example: Diabolik Lovers cause they play up the yandere stuff like a lot but it's a lot more obvious unlike this game), so I totally get if you're into this thing. I just personally did not enjoy this at all.
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482 of 517 people (93%) found this review helpful
297 people found this review funny
54.7 hrs on record
Posted: August 25, 2015
No, Amnesia: Memories isn't a horror game, unless playing a female protagonist who can date four different guys (and maybe N from Pokémon) in a Japanese visual novel makes you break out into a cold sweat. If you keep reading, I’m going to assume you totally came here on purpose and share my strange passion for dating hot, fictional men who just can’t help falling for me…with the help of a walkthrough, anyway. (Sadly, I have a rotten personality and can never self-insert.)

Hey look, otome fans: it’s Amnesia in English on Steam! Those who have been desperately hoping for an English localization of Amnesia (and may even be veterans of the Not-So-Civil Dialoveable-Amnesiac War) will probably get this regardless of reviews. I may just be writing this for my own amusement, but hey, why not? Maybe there's someone on the fence.

...Or in a cage.

Like many of the Japanese games making their way to Steam now, Amnesia: Memories is a port. Unlike most Japanese Steam games’ ports, however, this is Amnesia’s English debut, alongside a simultaneous Vita release. The text is all translated into English with the Japanese voice acting intact. Fortunately, Amnesia makes a good transition from handheld to PC. Things that may seem like annoyances at first—such as being forced to left-click to progress the text—are easily overcome thanks to the ability to remap keys and controller support.

The game itself looks great in 1080p as well, with easily legible text, though close-ups of characters and backgrounds suffer from minor aliasing. While the character sprites and CGs are beautiful, the backgrounds seem like stock photographs and simple line drawings with your 12-year-old cousin’s favorite “Unicorn Diarrhea” Instagram filter applied. However, my BFF (who normally has good taste) calls them “stylized” and “appropriate” so it could just be my severe unicorn allergy speaking.

Plus there are mini-games, so you get to beat your boyfriend(s) in air hockey and cackle maniacally at the first hint of their sad, sad anime boyfriend tears. Or if they beat you, Oh my god I was playing in windowed mode and I accidentally Skyped my mom when I meant to fling the puck back at you, okay, so get over yourself, Kent. There’s also Inexplicably Violent Rock-Paper-Scissors if you prefer. (I would’ve enjoyed seeing additional mini-games, such as Flowerpot-Dodging or Knee-the-Yandere-in-the-Groin, but I understand that this is a visual novel first and foremost.)

Amnesia is a traditional, story-focused visual novel without any stat-raising; endings are determined entirely by the series of choices you make and the parameters those choices affect. Exploring alternate realities and unraveling the mystery of your past(s) is an intriguing approach that takes precedence over the romance in most routes, and completing all five routes is necessary to reveal the full picture. I recommend seeking out the bad endings even if you’re normally averse to your boyfriends hating, stabbing, or dismembering you. Then again, I probably took too much fiendish delight in finding new ways to get what’s-her-face killed.

Each route begins with already well-established relationships, though our heroine has to relearn (and hopefully remember) the exact nature of those relationships over one month. Having amnesia’s rough—even when you regain consciousness and immediately find out you have a hot boyfriend. Ikki’s and Kent’s routes felt like the best introduction to Amnesia’s setting and made the parameters feel especially relevant to the story. There’s no common route at all, so the scenes and events in each guy’s route are unique.

The love interests themselves were diverse and well-written, though how appealing the routes and characters themselves are likely comes down to personal preference. I absolutely loved one route, enjoyed two very much, plodded through another because I totally already knew whodunit, and then one I fdgsffdgguyuggyhuyghgyuyuyuygugujyguyuyyujuyyhgnugngnnggyhdfrtgdhftrsgfd

Sorry, I must have gotten dizzy after recovering a repressed memory.

If you’re expecting light, breezy romance, this isn’t your best bet, but the feeling that you’re one misstep away from a horrible fate is far stronger in some routes than others. Your adorable giant bug sidekick Orion serves as the game’s main source of comic relief and also doubles as the heroine’s personality, because she apparently lost hers with her memories. I’m not a fan of “blank slate” visual novel protagonists (probably because of my aforementioned rotten personality), and it was off-putting that the MC doesn’t speak, with Orion reacting, thinking, and narrating in her stead. Luckily, Orion is the best. THE BEST.

Even taking my (exaggerated) criticisms into account, I enjoyed Amnesia very much and am thrilled that it got such a fantastic English localization from Idea Factory International. It took me 47 hours total to complete all the routes with their many endings and they were hours very well spent. I hope this is the first of many Otomate releases on Steam and I’d love for Amnesia to help prove that there’s a market for Japanese otome games here.

One last thing—I forgot to make fun of the guys’ outfits, which made them look like they all rolled out of a Hot Topic going-out-of-business sale circa 1995 and woke up in a giant barrel full of rejected Final Fantasy characters’ belts decades later. There, my duty is now fulfilled; it is time for me to leave you. One day (probably today), you will forget ever reading this review…

Note: The publisher provided each volunteer beta tester—including me!—with a complimentary Steam copy of the game as a thank-you for testing. Beta testers weren’t asked to write reviews (only bug reports), so this review is all me, baby.
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366 of 427 people (86%) found this review helpful
494 people found this review funny
44.1 hrs on record
Posted: August 31, 2015
Thought I was carried for romantic moonwalk on the rooftop, but then he throws me to the death.

10/10 Would get thrown again
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151 of 157 people (96%) found this review helpful
68 people found this review funny
15.4 hrs on record
Posted: October 13, 2015
I'm a 100% straight guy and I never liked Otome games.
I were only into Bishoujos.

BUT I FREAKING CRIED after finishing the last Good End.

If you are a guy and you feel all Otomes are that, try this man.
You will feel like that is not the case.

Thanks to the girl (devil) who showed me this game.

So yeah , Brb, gonna go punching a wall.
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