[PlayStation 4] Memory Lane 2 Review | PS4Blog.net
Puzzle sequel Memory Lane 2 from Playstige Interactive is ready to go on PlayStation 4. Learn more in our Memory Lane 2 review!
Memory Lane 2 is the “match pairs” sequel from Playstige interactive, out now on PlayStation 4. If you played the previous Memory Lane game, which I got to review last year, then you have a pretty good idea of what to expect from Memory Lane 2 since, as expected, it’s more of the same. Once you’ve chosen the theme for your card set between the eight available options, you’ll be ready to get started with matching pairs of cards over and over again.
The gameplay remains the same as was the case for its prequel. You’ll move a cursor around the screen with the left analog stick and will need to press the X button to flip over each card in the playing area. Find two cards with matching images, and you’ll form a pair. Form all pairs on the screen, and you’ll complete the level so that you can take on the next one where more cards will be placed on the screen so that you can find more pairs.
As you complete more and more pairs, you’ll unlock one of the eight factoids that the game has to offer. For example, did you know that smelling acts as such a powerful memory trigger because the olfactory nerve is located very close to the amygdala? This is the area of your brain that is connected to the experience of emotion, as well as to emotional memory! The Olfactory nerve is also located close to the hippocampus, which is also associated with memory.
Trophies will unlock as you score points. You’ll gain points by finding pairs and will lose points if you flip over two cards that don’t match. Once you get to 21,000 points – which should happen around level 14 or so – you’ll get all of the trophies that Memory Lane 2 has to offer, including a new Platinum trophy for your collection! The list is split into eight Gold trophies, nine Silver trophies, and three Bronze trophies.
If you liked Memory Lane, then you’ll enjoy Memory Lane 2 since it offers more of the same, as well as a new Platinum trophy for trophy hunters to add to their collection, all for a budget price of only $4.99.
This Memory Lane 2 review is based on a PlayStation 4 copy provided by Playstige Interactive.