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Submitted by -Mezzo- 718d ago | review

MTB - Remember Me Review

MTB - Having finished Remember Me, all I can say is that I’m not mad; just disappointed. I had a great time for the first couple of chapters of the game. I liked beating on the creatures, the combo system demanded some precision and was challenging to pull off, and the story seemed to be heading in some mature, interesting directions. Over time, the camera starts weighing in on your fights, the intricacies of the combo system become aggravating, and the story seems to just forget all of the interesting stuff it was setting up. The game has a beautiful world and catchy soundtrack, but its eventual failures all drag it down, leaving you rolling your eyes in bewilderment a few hundred times by the time the game finally deigns to end its ridiculous tale. (PC, PS3, Remember Me, Xbox 360) 3.4/5

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