New Video Game Memories Become Available With The Launch Of Capcom's Remember Me

Capcom, a leading worldwide developer and publisher of video games, today confirmed that the third person action adventure title Remember Me™ releases today across North America and on June 7 for European territories. Available at retail for the PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system, Xbox 360® games and entertainment system from Microsoft® and Windows® PC, the title will also be available to download digitally starting from today via the PlayStation®Network Store and Steam, with a Games on Demand version for Xbox 360® to follow.

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ltachiUchiha1239d ago

I was hoping this game was a sneak hit. I think i'll still buy it later.

wastedcells1239d ago

It's pretty good. Kinda like enslave was and everyone hated on it. Definite buy finish and trade kinda game but still worth playing now...later I don't know. So many games coming.

rdgneoz31239d ago

Enslaved had a great story to it, it's just that the combat was all button smash and the the platforming did itself.

From reviews, this seems to be in a similar case to having needed to be polished up a little more before it was shipped.

zerocrossing1239d ago (Edited 1239d ago )

It's with a sad sense of irony that Remember Me seems destined to be all too forgettable.

A great idea that unfortunately never tried to strive for much beyond just that...

MikeyDucati11239d ago

Remember Me isn't that bad. It's just that the majority of gamers are going by what IGN scored it as. Now it's just a platforming game and the button mashing combat is tiresome. But if you say Dynasty Warriors, gamers love it. If you say Mario, they love the platforming. Gamers are finicky...always has been. If the majority disagrees with the game, gamers will follow.