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Submitted by TheVideoGamHer 526d ago | review

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly – Remember Me | SheAttack

SheAttack:"After seeing the trailer for Remember Me at New York City Comic Con (NYCC) 2012, I was intrigued to say the least. At the expense of appearing biased, I couldn’t wait to experience a female protagonist of African ancestry kicking some ass. From the trailer, Nilin seemed like a awesome character that had a cool story, plus she did something totally different than simply shooting at random enemies. She had the ability to alter and manipulate human memories. However, after getting my hands on this title, I’ve realized that where this game succeeds in ambition, it counteracts with the many flaws found in the overall gameplay experience. Remember Me is a great game that has struggled to be set free. The following is my review of the game that had much potential that was not realized." (PS3, Remember Me, Xbox 360) 7/10

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