Got Game Entertainment Announces North American Publishing Deal for Memento Mori
April 15, 2009
Got Game Entertainment Announces North American Publishing Deal for “Memento Mori”
Priceless art and an ancient brotherhood conspire to bring thrills and chills in a stirring mystery-adventure game this summer
Got Game Entertainment LLC today announced a North American publishing agreement with dtp entertainment (Hamburg/Germany) for “Memento Mori” (PC), a mystery-adventure game set in a modern world of priceless museum art entangled with ancient beliefs. Developed by Centauri Productions, “Memento Mori” is imbued with the mystery and intrigue of contemporary detective work, classic art thievery, and a religious brotherhood shepherded by a centuries-old guide to death. The game will make its retail debut in early July 2009 at $29.99 (USD). “Memento Mori” is not yet rated by the ESRB.
“For all those intrigued by dark mysteries, religious conspiracies, and the machinations of the art world, ‘Memento Mori’ will be the chill perfectus this summer,” said Got Game Entertainment President Howard Horowitz. “This is a great mystery-adventure game that skillfully immerses the player in a thrilling, modern detective story wrapped in very real ancient truths and dogmatic beliefs.”
About “Memento Mori”
When three priceless works of art are stolen from the Hermitage in St. Petersburg, the circumstances suggest that a secret society is behind the heist. Max, a reformed art forger, and Lara, the police detective who gave Max his second chance, team to find the missing art and unlock the mysteries of an ancient brotherhood obsessed with the 15th Century Latin work, “Ars Moriendi” or the “Art of Dying”. As Max and Lara’s theft investigation deepens, they discover that when the powerful worlds of art and religion collide, the result can be murder!
“Memento Mori” Features:
Unexpected plot twists in cinematic mystery-adventure
Thrilling hunt for stolen paintings with two playable protagonists
Investigations conducted in atmospheric locations such as St. Petersburg, Lyon, the forests of Finland
Beautiful 3D graphics twinned with a rapturous, atmospheric soundtrack
8 possible endings depending on the choices you make during the game
For more information on “Memento Mori”, visit MementoMori.GotGameEntertainment.com.