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Submitted by Lucario 806d ago | review

Diehard GameFAN: Remember Me Review

DHGF: While Remember Me has a slightly less than stellar actual combat, it has some great ideas behind it and being able to change combos means customizing the fighting more to your personal style making it easier to play with its quirkiness. Remember Me is a game that you come to for the style, the story, the setting and the characters. While it revisits some of the ideas we’ve seen in the cyberpunk genre over the years it definitely makes them its own and while it’s very linear it’s definitely worth a look if you’re into the genre and action titles. This might be more of a one and done title for most though as it is so linear storywise, but I’ll be coming back to it again soon. (PS3, Remember Me, Xbox 360) -

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