2064: Read Only Memories Integral Out On Nintendo Switch This Month

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MidBoss has announced that 2064: Read Only Memories Integral will release on Nintendo Switch this month, and is now available to pre-order on the Nintendo eShop with a 10 percent discount.

The cyberpunk narrative adventure follows Turing, who claims to be the world’s first fully sapient ROM (Relationship and Organizational Manager) and must investigate the disappearance of their creator. As witty as they are cute, Turing can become a close companion depending on player choices while helping to solve point-and-click puzzles and problem-solving minigames.

Neo San-Francisco transposes modern day social issues into a hopeful cyberpunk future by asking questions about identity, individuality and what it is to be human. With a diverse cast of characters, each fully voiced by talents including industry legends Melissa Hutchison (The Walking Dead), Adam Harrington (Middle Earth: Shadow of War, The Wolf Among Us) and more, 2064: Read Only Memories Integral puts the focus on meaningful interactions and choices while exploring topics such as advanced AI, cybernetic enhancements and genetic experimentation.

On Nintendo Switch, it comes with the “Punks” side story that has been exclusively remastered, fully voiced and seamlessly integrated into 2064: Read Only Memories Integral on the portable home console. This definitive edition will also have video clips from the cutting room floor and a jukebox with never-before-heard tracks.

“The core of Read Only Memories’ beloved story complete with positive representation of marginalized people is unchanged, but it’s been enhanced and expanded over the years,” explains MidBoss interim CEO Cade Peterson.

“With the definitive edition for Nintendo Switch, players returning to the futuristic world of Neo San-Francisco can find just as many things to be excited about as people visiting for the first time.”

2064: Read Only Memories Integral will release on the Nintendo eShop for Nintendo Switch worldwide on August 14th.

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After starting out with a Yellow Game Boy and a copy of Donkey Kong Land, Alex once hid in his room to play The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time one Christmas. Now he shares his thoughts on Nintendo Insider, keeping track of everything to do with Nintendo.

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