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Submitted by -Mezzo- 799d ago | preview

GamesRadar - Remember Me - Uncharted meets Arkham City meets Inception

GamesRadar - When we think about the future, we typically wonder what video game consoles might be like 50 years from now. But after an hour of hands-on time with Remember Me, an upcoming sci-fi action adventure by new developer Dontnod Entertainment, we can't help but ponder the inevitable evolution of society as a whole. If Remember Me's fiction is any indication of the future, social networking will completely take over--to the point where we'll allow corporations to access our most private memories in exchange for the ability to digitally download and share them with others. (PC, PS3, Remember Me, Xbox 360)

Feralkitsune  +   799d ago
Haven't read the article, but if you have to compare a game to so many different things that are nothing similar. Just say it's unique. Lol

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