Yesterday Origins Gets the Accolades Trailer Treatment

on February 6, 2017 6:27 PM

Today, developer Pendulo Studios and publisher Microids released a new trailer for adventure hame Yesterday Origins. But the new trailer isn’t just any ol’ new trailer — no — it’s an accolades trailer.

The trailer runs at one minute and 18 seconds, and features footage of game accompanied by multiple favorable blurs from various outlets.

Never heard of Yesterday Origins? No problem — here’s an overview, courtesy of the game’s Steam page:

Discover the latest adventure from Pendulo Studios, creators of the Runaway series!

“Yesterday Origins” will take the immortal heroes, John Yesterday and his other half Pauline, not only across the world, but across history itself. This interwoven narration gives the plot its depth and richness.

It’s 1481. In the dead of night, young John is publically humiliated and dragged through the street. He is imprisoned by the Spanish Inquisition under suspicion of witchcraft.

Later, he undergoes an alchemical transformation making him immortal. But something goes wrong, after each resurrection, John completely forgets who he is.

In the current day, John is living with Pauline in Paris his immortal partner. They are searching for an artefact that is needed to make the potion again. During their investigation, they will have to face dangerous new protagonists who want to steal their secrets…

KEY FEATURES :

  • Pendulo Studios: over 20 years of adventure gaming experience

  • An original story taking place over several different eras

  • A mix of different styles: investigation, thriller, adventure, occultism

  • Off-the-wall dark humor typical of the studio

  • Over 10 different places to visit, and over 50 backgrounds

  • More than 25 colorful characters

  • An original soundtrack

  • Adapted to mouse and controllers

Yesterday Origins is available on PS4, Xbox One, and PC (where it launched back in 2016). Below, you can check out the new trailer:

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