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Submitted by newgamernation 691d ago | review

Review: Remember Me (New Gamer Nation)

Memories are a tricky thing, as anyone who has seen Inception can tell you. Change one little thing in a person’s mind, and you can change everything they believe in. Altering the smallest detail can affect the entire world. It’s a promising premise for a game, and Remember Me revolves solely around this idea. No one will ever say that Remember Me didn’t try or have an imaginative setting, but that isn’t enough to make a great game. (PC, PS3, Remember Me, Xbox 360) 7/10

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