The war game 11-11 Memories Retold by Aardman Animations and Digixart illuminates the First World War from a completely new perspective. Instead of well-known heroic stories, players can expect a setting in which all those people find their place in the story who have been drawn into the war machine without wanting to. The developers' bold approach makes 11-11 Memories Retold much more than a niche game. The game test is now online.
War of images
In the video game 11-11 Memories Retold, it is not heroic soldiers who are the focus of the story, but two men who have anything but warlike intentions: a photographer and an engineer.
Both have very personal - almost banal - reasons for putting on their uniforms and shouldering their rifles. In around five hours, various story threads emerge, told through visually powerful - but above all artistic - screen scenes.
Our detailed match report reveals what makes 11-11 Memories Retold by Aardman Animations, Digixart, distributed by Bandai Namco, so extraordinary and worth playing.
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