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Remember Me Review | Gather Your Party

In 2084, a new technology has swept the globe: Sensen from the company Memorize has enabled its users to record, delete, and transfer their own memories. Couples share their memories to become closer with each other, victims of trauma delete their troubling memories to live better lives, and anyone else can buy, sell, trade, or remove memories with a regularity and commonality that is in a similar vein to today’s social networking trend.

This is the dystopian setting of Remember Me, and if that plot line is not interesting enough, then there’s not much else this game has going for it.

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