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Submitted by no1phil 981d ago | review

Review: Remember Me – An Experience To Remember (XLC Gaming Network)

XLC Gaming Network writes:- Remember Me is the first title to come out of developer DONTNOD, a new French studio. Sci-fi and Cyber Punk fans will be in their element with this title. While it does follow the usual sci-fi clichés DONTNOD have put their own twist in the story. This comes in the form of the ability to digitalize memories that can be bought, sold and traded. Just imagine if you really could do this with memories and what power you would have. It is these thoughts lay down the foundations for what is one hell of a story with some unique ideas. (Remember Me, Xbox 360) 8/10

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