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Submitted by lawks_land 812d ago | review

Remember Me Review | OnlySP

OnlySP writes "Science fiction has always been the realm of thought experiments. From Blade Runner’s querying of the fundamental nature of humanity, to Orwell’s or Huxley’s musings on society and control, to The Matrix’s slow-motion Jesus backflips, sci-fi has always examined the hypothetical – projecting possibilities on to humanity and society and reflecting them right back at us.

How, then, does DONTNOD’s action-adventure title Remember Me fare on the science fiction quality scale? Is it a futuristic Space Odyssey? Or a veritable Plan 9? Let’s find out, before I forget what I’m doing." (PC, PS3, Remember Me, Xbox 360) 7.5/10

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