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Submitted by cyckiewicz 464d ago | review

Remember me review [next-game.pl]

Neo-Paris year's 2048 . In the world there is no privacy. People undergo a "permanent surveillance" in an Orwellian world. Even worse, human memories are bought and sold. It is in this environment we jump in the shoes of Nilin - memories hunter who has an incredible ability to break into people's minds. (PS3, Remember Me, Xbox 360) 7/10

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