The voice of actor Patrick Stewart will soon be heard in a game. He talks to the Polish game My Memory of Us.


The game is about the friendship between a boy and a girl during a period of war and oppression that is reminiscent of the persecution of the Jews. Together they have to solve all sorts of puzzles to stay together and survive the occupation.

My Memory of Us will be on the market on 9 October. The game is available for the PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. “It is a personal story for us, because our grandparents experienced the same oppression during World War 2. This game is our ode to them and to the millions of others who lived and died,” says Mikolaj Pawlowski, senior of Juggler Games. calls Stewart’s voice “the right mix between seriousness and hope”.

The 78-year-old Stewart is best known as Jean-Luc Picard, the commander of spacecraft USS Enterprise in the Star Trek films and series. He will soon return to that role in a new Star Trek series for the streaming service CBS All Access. Stewart also played the role of Professor Charles Xavier in the X-Men .

For Emoji Movie  Stewart spoke the voice of the poepemoji. He has also recorded texts for games such as Castlevania , Forgotten Reams , Lands of Lore and The Elder Scrolls .