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Remember Me review – This is the Remix

They say the human brain is the world’s most powerful supercomputer. It contains information like any other computer, and like any other computer, there has to be a way to hack it. In Remember Me, developer Dontnod’s first game, that’s exactly what the Memorize Corporation has not only figured out how to do, but also how to monetize.

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Sidology1073d ago

I can't believe you gave this game a 7.

Megaton1073d ago

Why? That's what I'd give it. It's a good game.

Sidology1073d ago

Because it's a bad, bad game with really great visuals. Weak combat, a badly juxtapositions soundtrack, a storyline that doesn't explore the darker possibilities of a godlike power.

So many things were overlooked in the game's production in making a gorgeous world that you can't even explore. It's a backdrop for a hallway.

Megaton1073d ago

That's why it's a 7, not a 10. Besides, I didn't have an issue with the combat or soundtrack. The combo lab is fine. Maybe a bit limited if I were to knock it in any way.

Rewriting someone's memory to make them believe they killed their wife, causing them to kill themselves isn't dark?

JohnCartenper1073d ago

The PC version is visually breathtaking on a 50-65" plasma.
Plus, the score is pretty slick.
I like the mix of classical and electronic (combat segments).

Megaton1073d ago

Yeah, it is pretty nice on my PC. I like the music as well. Some bad camera angles, hackey writing and poor voice acting bring it down a bit, but overall it's a pretty solid game. The art style and design is flawless cyberpunk. Part of the disappointment is that you can't explore the beautiful world they created.

passthemstickss1073d ago

The score was incredible and I don't normally like that kind of music. And the game has all the foundation set for a big world, but they never give it to you. I can only hope for a prequel where you play as the Errorist you used to be in an open world.