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Submitted by PlusXP 449d ago | review

Remember Me: Full Review [Plus XP]

GuitarGirl24 from Plus XP writes "What would you do if someone offered you the power to upgrade your memory? No, not the digital memory on your computer, your actual living memory. What would you pay for the ability to back up everything you had ever seen or experienced? Would you trust your deepest darkest secrets to a machine in order to protect them from loss for an eternity?

Welcome to a world shaped by Sensen. Paris, 2084. Initially marketed as a revolutionary memory sharing and retention device, the Sensen is now commonplace amongst the residents of Neo Paris. Despite its commercial routes, the memory sharing capacity of the devise has had some unexpected, and in some cases catastrophic effects on the lives of the users. Aside from transforming a substantial portion of the population into insane memory junkies, it is also responsible for creating a commercialised monopoly over the memories of the people. The power to delete, alter and share memories has caused great divide... (PC, PS3, Remember Me, Xbox 360) 70/100

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