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Submitted by TiberusX87 366d ago | review

Remember Me Review | GameCloud

GameCloud: "I think it’s really important to acknowledge those games that try to think outside the box, but still might not be a complete success. Mirror’s Edge is a game that comes to mind as a good example, and I hold Remember Me with a similar esteem. It still has some really great ideas, despite it’s shortcomings, and fortunately, that was enough to keep me interested until the end. Whether the game could actually be described as “fun” is really up to each individual who plays it, but for me, I wouldn’t use that word. And yet, with that being said, a review score is merely a technical summary, and can’t measure how much each of you will enjoy it. Honestly, I would still rather have these mixed experiences than spend every game playing with the same proven and slowly tiring mechanics. DONTNOD have the potential to do great work, and assuming this exercise isn’t too costly, I am genuinely looking forward to what they do next." (PC, PS3, Remember Me, Xbox 360) 6.5/10

JohnCartenper  +   366d ago
Remember me is graphically awesome on PC.

The gameplay isn't all that, but it is the most visually+stylistically impressive title atm.

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