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Submitted by nofilter 347d ago | preview

Preview: Remember Me – One Thousand Reasons To Bite Your Nails | TheSixthAxis

TSA: "Remarkably, almost out of nowhere, Remember Me has ended up being hugely impressive, with a perfectly balanced, adaptive combat system that makes most other third person brawlers feel archaic. Why? Because, despite a resolutely linear story the main meat of the game – the brawling – ends up being exactly what you want it to be. It’s intelligent game design, sure, and it’s never quite as open ended as it first appears it might be, but it places just enough responsibility onto the player to ensure that they feel they’re guiding the kicks and punches even if they’re not in control of the storyline." (PS3, Remember Me, Xbox 360)

Ravenor  +   346d ago
Between Remember me and Grid 2, the summer is already looking pretty good.
shivvy24  +   346d ago
i like what i see in this game
o-Sunny-o  +   346d ago
Remember me for me!
starchild  +   346d ago
Looks great. I was already looking forward to this game, even when many gamers were saying it was going to be mediocre.

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