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Remember Me's innovative ideas might help it overcome traditional trappings | Polygon

Polygon: "Remember Me puts a twist on standard action game concepts through a heavy focus on its futuristic world and the high tech toys that feed into it. Based on what I've seen and played so far, those toys seem best realized by the game's Combo Lab and the ability to jump into other characters' memories and change them." (PC, PS3, Remember Me, Xbox 360)

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