Submitted by rpcdrag0n 831d ago | review

Remember Me Review - The Digital Fix

As a generation ends, fresh new ideas are certainly not top of every publisher’s list and gamers have to be satisfied with the umpteenth version of the same tired old franchises. New IPs are what gamers crave, new ideas, new environments, new game mechanics and most importantly fresh creative storytelling in unique worlds. Remember Me comes to us from a new French studio Dontnod Entertainment and is published by Capcom. In recent times Capcom have taken risks with games produced outside of Japan, new IPs and arguably aimed at more western audiences. Commendable but often proven to be foolish if sales figures are to be believed. (PS3, Remember Me, Xbox 360) 5/10

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