"Remember Remember Me? You might not. DONTNOD Entertainment’s first title was a cyberpunk action-adventure game that was published by Capcom. So basically, the polar opposite of Life Is Strange." -- PlayStation Enthusiast
I want a Remember Me 2 so bad. Seriously the most underrated and overlooked game of last generation for me. Absolutely loved it
It was definitely a sleeper hit
I don't know. It was too... French for me
I wanna see this game rebooted to how DONTNOD really wanted the full game to pan out tbh. From what was revealed they couldn't fully realize what they wanted with the game. Hell, maybe that is why they got the premise for Max's power in Life Is Strange.
I feel like this is a game that just needed better funding and direction. It had the bones to really be something big and this is where budgeting and funding can really hurt a game. I'd love to see that concept with a little more time, focus and clearly funding for said time.
Remember Me is such an underated game.
Me remembers Remember Me. It was a great PS+ game
I member. Was underrated.
Thought it was shite personally but that's just me.
I actually enjoyed Remember Me quite a bit but not sure I agree with the statement of this article.
I think Remember Me sequel is in works. Previously Dontnod said story was ready for the sequel, but capcom has to approve it.
I always forget Remember Me. I also forget that this studio did that game. Definitely an underrated game. I very much remember enjoying so much of this game!
Enjoyed it, just wish it had more replay value. The memory sequences could have provided that had they given multiple options to solving them. Instead it was pure fail, repeat until you finally got it right. I'd play a sequel.
It was a cool concept, but you're right in that it could've had more options or outcomes instead of just trial and error until you got it right.
Remember me is criminally overlooked. It's a really great game.
World in that game was amazing, too bad the game itself was subpar.
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