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Remember Me preview | Tech

Tech writes: Remember Me is sort of like a lot of things. There’s a splash of Uncharted’s third-person platforming, the rhythmic combat of Ubisoft’s Prince of Persia and its colour palette is more than a little Mirror’s Edge. Thing is though, all these disparate elements come together to form an action platformer that’s very much its own - a fascinating, at times bewildering, journey through a dystopian future Paris and the power of memories. It’s certainly lofty in its ambitions too - but is it much fun? We sit down with the game to find out more. (PC, PS3, Remember Me, Xbox 360)

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