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A City Without Streets, An Assassin Without Memory: Remember Me Hands-On Impressions | Games Abyss

Matt Randisi writes Admittedly at first glance the most impressive thing about the Remember Me demo at this year’s PAX East was probably the Nilin cosplay walking around taking pictures with anxious gamers. Capcom does tend to have a history of putting together an underwhelming show floor presence; a little more promotional work and even some theatrics never hurt anyone. This is the exterior however; those who allow themselves into the heart of the booth can find hidden treasure. Lately Capcom has been putting up new IPs that are beginning to soothe the wounds of one franchise’s gradual demise (Resident Evil), and bolster another’s lingering prominence (Capcom fighters, i.e. Street Fighter/Marvel). Last Year Dragon’s Dogma surprised many gamers by being an impressively charming and coherent hybrid of western RPG and throwback D&D adventure and difficulty. This year gamers should keep an eye on Remember Me, Capcom’s next breakout waiting to happen in the genre of science-fiction. (PS3, Remember Me, Xbox 360)

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