AER Memories of Old Review

Oct 04, 2019

AER: Memories of Old opens promisingly; you are treated to a brief exploration experience in a mountain cave that shows off the game’s beautiful flat-shaded, low-poly art style and familiarizes you with the game’s “lite” dungeons. At first blush it seems you’ll be embarking on an adventure rich with intrigue and dynamic locales full of puzzles and ever-expanding lore. Once you leave the cave and get your first glimpse of the vast realm of floating islands, you could be forgiven for thinking that there’s a great deal to do in this world. However, once you begin bouncing from landmass to landmass and looking closer at what’s around, you discover that the world of AER is more superficial than substantive, and there just isn’t as much to the game as it first lets on.

AER from Daedalic Entertainment and Forgotten Key looks gorgeous, won’t take flight until 2016

Jan 22, 2015

Publisher Daedalic Entertainment and developer Forgotten Key will be lifting players into the skies in 2016 with the upcoming mystical aerial adventure game – AER. Set for release on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, Mac and Linux, AER puts you in the shoes of Auk, a magical shape-shifting girl who can transform between human and bird.