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Submitted by -Mezzo- 618d ago | review

PluggedIn - Remember Me Review

PluggedIn - Memory is a tricky thing. Sometimes we don't quite remember events exactly as they happened. Other times we remember far more than we want to. But our memories are still ours, imperfect as they are. What if, though, those past events stored neatly away in our craniums could be adjusted or erased, just like the files and pictures we keep on our computer's hard drive? What if our recollections could be pulled by somebody else and stored at a remote location, or even remixed to reflect a totally different outcome—changing former fear to boldness and regret to contented joy? Well, that's all possible in the futuristic sci-fi world of Capcom's new action/adventure battler Remember Me. (PC, PS3, Remember Me, Xbox 360) -

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