Back Then, the big winner of the 5th edition of the PlayStation Talents Awards in Portugal, recently received a new trailer.
Come see it with us and confirm the quality of Outriders & RP Studios’ work.
Back Then is clearly one of the best examples of why initiatives like Playstation Talents exist. It is thanks to this initiative (among others) and the associated incentives that small development teams can see their fantastic projects and ideas take shape and be recognized both nationally and internationally.
The Outriders & RP Studios team was not the first to be rewarded, nor the last and fortunately these initiatives can open important doors for the future of many brilliant minds that we have in our country.
Recently, PlayStation Portugal unveiled the new trailer for Back Then, winner of the PlayStation Talents Award for Best Game of 2019, during the 5th edition of the PlayStation Talents Awards in Portugal, where you can see something more of the game and the environment in which it takes place.
In addition to the PlayStation Talents Award for Best Game of 2019, Back Then also won, at the 5th edition of the PlayStation Talents Awards in Portugal, the PlayStation Talents Special Games for Good Award, for being the finalist game that best integrated the themes of social responsibility. in its concept, contributing to an open dialogue on the real problems of our society and our world.
Simply put, Back Then is a first-person exploration narrative title, with a strong lean towards nostalgia and why things happen. The action takes place in a retirement home and follows the story through the eyes of a patient with Alzheimer's disease in a wheelchair.
The game features gameplay that mixes elements of exploration, search for clues, mystery, themes of memory loss, death, and transcendence.
Thomas Eilian is an elderly poet and writer with Alzheimer's disease. "Chained" to a wheelchair, his universe is reduced from one moment to the next to his house where he wanders and savors the memories accumulated over the years.
Beginning to feel his mind giving way to illness, Thomas desperately tries to relive the memories brought by the objects and keepsakes he possesses.
Guided by himself through various stages of his life, Thomas explores his mind over four seasons in an attempt to reconcile with his family (and himself) while battling advancing Alzheimer's disease and loss of life. lives that flow from it. the present.