"This is a game where we actually uncover the hidden you, your subconscious, your inner-Id, and bring it to the surface and bring it to life so you can interact with it, you can play with it, you can learn from it, and it can learn from you," explained Wright.
"We do this primarily by pulling out memories from your past, those unique things that happened in your life that make you who you are."
Apparently it's a mobile game, so I'm guessing Wright has decided that big, complex games worth playing on a PC are a bad idea. But that doesn't mean there can't be depth to a mobile game; just that any depth has to happen on a server, not locally, and that the variety of input expressiveness is limited. "Playing with memories" could be fascinating.
Of course, some people might point out that advertisers and intelligence agencies might love to get access to a system containing your secrets....