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Bright Memory is a short and sweet indie action-shooter

If Bright Memory: Infinite fixes everything that is wonky or missing, it is safe to say that the game can be a bright memory of the future

Blynn Beltran
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Blynn Beltran
Monday, June 8, 2020 | 08:36 GMT
5 min.

Bright Memory is a short and sweet indie action-shooter

Monday, June 8, 2020 | 08:36 GMT
Blynn Beltran
by
Blynn Beltran


Short and sweet. Those are the two words that describe Bright Memory, a first-person action-shooter made by one-man indie development studio FYQD-Studio. The game released out of Steam Early Access earlier this year.

Bright Memory opens with the protagonist infiltrating some sort of futuristic research facility, everything went wrong and the player must guide Shelia through an ancient ruin. The storyline revolves around an ancient sword relic that has the power to recall dead creatures.

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The game starts off strong in a sense that the player does not know what is going on, but at least they know what is about to come: more action. However, the game kills the momentum by implementing some platforming. This matters little as the game pays you off with some good room-clearing action. After you clear the room, make your way to the next. Rinse and repeat.

Bright Memory
Bright Memory
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The good
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Satisfying combat
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Good graphics
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Action-packed gameplay
The bad
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Lack of significant plot
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Seemingly random asset use
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Wonky platforming mechanics
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