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Remember Me Review | Rock, Paper, Shotgun

Rock, Paper, Shotgun: "Remember Me is one of those games I admire more than I like, then. It looks fabulous on an aesthetic level (though after early, glorious sights of an alternately augmented and squalid Paris, it shoots itself in the foot by spending about a third of the time in dreary sewers and corridors), it’s certainly kicking around a few smart ideas in both concept and mechanics, but despite early ambition it doesn’t wind up going the distance in either regard. We don’t give scores here, of course, but the degree to which Remember Me is the very definition of one very particular number does make me laugh."

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