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Submitted by timcolwill 780d ago | preview

Remember Me previewed: A string of surprises, good and bad (games.on.net)

games.on.net goes hands-on with Capcom and Dontnod’s memory-hunting action game. Is it worth remembering to pick up when it comes out in June? Find out inside. (PC, PS3, Remember Me, Xbox 360)

WeAreLegion  +   780d ago
I hope this game doesn't get lost with The Last of Us's release and Watch Dogs, later in the year. It looks pretty unique. :)
CJDUNCAN  +   780d ago
It will get lost because it's a new IP surrounded by big time game launches. It reminds me of when Spec Ops came out. That was a solid game but it was going against the giants of Battlefield and Call of Duty.

I don't mind taking a shot on a new IP though.
WeAreLegion  +   780d ago
Agreed. Spec Ops was incredible!

Not sure why I got disagrees...

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