Submitted by danand82 895d ago | review

Remember Me Review | Clickonline

Clickonline writes: "If you’re dead set on a sci-fi story, you could certainly do worse than Remember Me, it’s got a world rife with detail and some interesting things to say about the nature of memory and recall. But it doesn’t take any of the concepts far enough and the clambering and puzzles soon become repetitive. In the end, it simply tries to do too many things and ends up doing none of them particularly well. Maybe a rental." (PC, PS3, Remember Me, Xbox 360) 3/5

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
New stories

LucasArts Style Adventure Thimbleweed Park Keeps Chugging Along

26m ago - Serena Nelson writes: "Thimbleweed Park is about two washed-up detectives that suspiciously look... | PC

The Braselspective: Super Mario Maker

38m ago - Tony Brasel of Gaming Rebellion breaks down all of the major parts of Super Mario Maker to examin... | Wii U

The Five Must-Play Exclusives for Xbox One in 2016

Now - With the holidays quickly wrapping up in 2015, it is time to look to the future. 2016 is already shaping up to be massive for games, and both Sony... | Promoted post

8WNterview: Ackk Studios Talks YIIK & Chromophore, Death, and Fixing Mistakes

3h ago - 8-Worlds News talks to Ackk Studios' Brian Allanson on upcoming titles YIIK: A Post-Modern RPG an... | Wii U

Bloodborne: The Old Hunters – How to Get to Hunter’s Nightmare

3h ago - Bloodborne’s first expansion, The Old Hunters, takes place in another realm called The Hunter’s N... | PS4

The Roach Approach - Battlefront for under $600 | PC Gaming Enthusiast

3h ago - Check out Jake Roach's November build where he builds a system that can run Battlefront for under... | PC