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Preview: The Variety and Influences of Remember Me| DualShockers

DualShockers writes:

"If there’s one game I’ve been dying to get my hands on since last year, it’s certainly DONTNOD Entertainment’s Remember Me. Between the setting, story, and gameplay, it was cool to see a game taking place in a futuristic Paris, with a uniquely designed protagonist and an amnesiac story that actually tied very closely into the game’s design. Now, after having sat down with Capcom to demo the game, I’m glad to say that I’m even more impressed with the sheer detail that has been put into this world, which at times feels like a ragtag combination of different ideas, but usually comes across as a tasty Shepard’s pie that is greater than the sum of its parts." (PC, PS3, Remember Me, Xbox 360)

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