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Submitted by Lavalamp 786d ago | review

Remember Me review: risks without reward | Shack News

Shack News: "You only have one chance to make a first impression. Remember Me's first impression is what kept me playing well past the point I would've walked away otherwise. Its opening few hours are a dizzying array of gorgeous aesthetics, jargon overload and combat I thought wasn't quite clicking because I'm rhythmically challenged. I thought that the longer I played the kinks would work themselves out and I'd be able to cope with its rough edges because everything else felt so fresh and daring. The truth is they never did. From the first enemy encounter and uncertain jump to my last, very little changed aside from how I felt about the game." (PC, PS3, Remember Me, Xbox 360) -

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