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Submitted by QD 445d ago | review

Review: Remember Me (Quarter Disorder)

Remember Me has plenty of amazing ideas that unfortunately are short-lived. There’s not enough of its good qualities and too much of its forgettable ones. Remember Me’s potential is never fully realized. For its first outing, DONTNOD Entertainment designed a game with fascinating concepts and a presentation that feels fresh, but its gameplay holds Remember Me back from truly living up to the world its created. (PC, PS3, Remember Me, Xbox 360) 3/5

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