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Late last year, developer MidBoss announced that they would be bringing their debut effort Read Only Memories to the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita in 2016. After months of waiting, the studio finally revealed that their cyberpunk adventure will launch on Sony consoles on August 16.
Newly rechristened as 2064: Read Only Memories, the title transports players to Neo-San Francisco, 2064 A.D. You play as a struggling journalist whose life is interrupted by the arrival of a Rom (Relationship and Organizational Manager) named Turing. Soon enough, the two of you are thrown into a deep mystery that begins as a missing persons case, but develops into something much more complicated.
Back when the title was originally released on PC, there was no voice acting for any of the numerous denizens of Neo-San Francisco. MidBoss was able to make due with enthralling written text and animation. For this pseudo-Director’s Cut edition of Read Only Memories, »
- Eric Hall
Among the many people touched personally by former first lady Nancy Reagan, who died Sunday at 94, was actor Todd Bridges. He was 17 and starring as Willis Jackson on the fifth season of ABC's Diff'rent Strokes when the wife of then-President Ronald Reagan appeared on the sitcom — a warm-hearted exploration of class and race — to promote her "Just Say No" anti-drug campaign. In the episode, which first aired on March 19, 1983, Willis' little brother, Arnold (the late Gary Coleman), writes an investigative piece for his school newspaper about drugs having infiltrated his campus. After
- Seth Abramovitch
2 items from 2016
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