LizArts has unveiled more information and started a Kickstarter for their upcoming project, Memory’s Dogma which is a ‘neuroscience x genetics x near-future sci-fi visual novel adventure game’.
In the year 2030, human memories are able to be saved and recorded, this is called ‘e-Memory’. The government enforced strict rules on this, including the rule that it can only be used for deceased people. The centers which store these are called ‘Connect Centers’ where people can communicate with the dead to cope with bereavement. The protagonist, Kusuhara Hiroki’s childhood friend Mizunashi Sorano has passed away due to apparent suicide and he starts to have suicidal thoughts. Hiroki and his friend tries to steal Sorano’s memories from a Connect Center in order to talk to her and find out the truth to her death, but amongst all this they find out the truth behind the Connect Centers and the fighting behind the scenes.
The person behind the project concept and planning, Takahashi Wataru has released the game point-and-click game Resette’s Prescription, which is localised by Sekai Project along with Memory’s Dogma. The talented staff scheduled to work on Memory’s Dogma has also worked on projects such as the Little Busters! novelization, Hayate no Gotoku and Puella Magi Madoka Magica.