When Laserlife, a rhythm action adventure game was announced from the developers of Bit.Trip and pitched as "an interactive biography about a dead astronaut floating through deep space who is discovered by future intelligences who have no concept of humankind", it was enough to gain some attention. As you play as one of these "future intelligences", you have the technology that is able to extract the physical elements of memories, so you set about doing it. The memories are collected by traveling through the dead astronaut's consciousness. To collect these memories, you take control of two beams of light that ... Read More »
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