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oprainfall Review: Remember Me

oprainfall writes: “Overall, Remember Me has some flawed and some great aspects to it. My biggest concern and disappointment was with the story in terms of both pacing and focus. It seemed like there was a lot they wanted to do in the story, which made it feel spread thin and unclear. The other thing that was disappointing was the lack of world exploration. I felt I didn’t really understand the world or belong in it, as I didn’t get to explore much, but what I saw of the world was intriguing and made me want to know more. However, I quite enjoyed the combat, finding it to be creative and strategic. The game looks great as far as special effects and the overall futuristic aesthetic, and it has a soundtrack that perfectly captures the essence of the game. Despite its flaws, I found Remember Me interesting to say the least. I wish there was more. I feel like it’s a game that’s definitely worth playing, and speculating about. There’s a lot left unsaid, like why Nilin joined the Errorists before her memory was wiped, but that just means we get to fill in the blanks ourselves.”

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