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Submitted by robinburks 681d ago | review

Review: Remember Me is a Game You Won’t Soon Forget | FanGirlConfessions

Remember Me takes us to the near-future where human memories have become a commodity. People can easily have bad memories erased and new better ones installed. Of course, this technology comes with a curse – some people grow so addicted to the memory services that they are mere shells of their former selves. Then, of course, others are taking advantage of the system – capturing memory hunters like Nilin, the aforementioned female protagonist, and removing all of their memories in order to create creatures to bend to their will. Yes, it’s all very Blade Runner. (PC, PS3, Remember Me, Xbox 360) -

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