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Submitted by FullMetalAdam 728d ago | review

Review: Remember Me [eGamer]

From eGamer, "Remember Me is a game that succeeds in parts and fails in others, which is quite a tragedy for such a promising new IP. But within its failures, there are some shining examples of good storytelling and interesting character development that are stunted by a misguided “jack of all trades” approach to overall game design. This is quite the pity as will be explained. Remember Me weaves a deep cyberpunk tale that covers all the basics of the genre, but doesn’t dare to go as far as possible and tread new territory within the sprawl of cyberpunk and Sci-Fi". (DONTNOD Entertainment, PC, PS3, Remember Me, Xbox 360) -

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