Summary: Remember Me is a great little game, though on the surface it might seem like less. If you play games for the gameplay, and not the story, you'll probably be disappointed. Ideas from other games abound. There's some climbing a la Assassin's Creed, but the path is always indicated - there's no exploration to find the best way up. There is one way to progress through each level, not multiple ways, like in Dishonored.
Summary: I appreciatted the excellent graphics sadly the game play detracks from the quality of the graphics. I am a simple single player type of user. I enjoy the smooth interactions even the mindless aspects of games since I engage in this to relax from a demanding job. The style of interactions even the programing of the skills sets for combat takes away from the game. There is something to be said for a smooth and simple learning curve in playing of these games.
Summary: This game is fantastic. The story is complex and philosophically challenging and the combat system is unique and fun once you get into it. I played with a 360 controller, which i recommend. It looks really good on a high end system. If you like science fiction in the vein of Philip K Dick, this is the 12 hour experience for you. The only downsides i can think of is zero replay value once the story is done.
The hardest and most complicated game I have ever played.
Capt. McPl0x, Amazon
23 June 2013
Summary: I'm not sure what these guys are on that built this, but they have managed to invent the most difficult combat system I have ever seen in a video game. I spent hours trying to figure out the 'pressens'. You will rarely complete a full combat combo because there is rarely time. A very good looking game but the worst combat system I've ever dealt with. Some of the puzzles are nearly impossible without a walkthrough, but oddly the End Boss is the easiest in the game.
Summary: This is an interesting game to play. The graphics are good and the game is very interesting to play. There is just one thing I've run into that is, to this point, ruining it for me. At this point, I'm in the battle with Zorn, a robot you have a brush with at the first at the game and get away from. I've run thru trying to defeat him around 30 times and I get killed off each time no matter how many times I've checked out the "how-it's-done" videos, etc.
Summary: but it does have flaws, the portions where your in first person are not good, I dont play 3rd person games to be forced into 1st person. that should have been 3rd person also. it has a good story thats really where it shines. the combat isnt bad, its about a 7, but could have better. essentially the focus on realism causes games now to sacrifice the game for the sake of realism. which defeats the purpose of making a game. thats really where the problem lies.
Summary: So this game is a brawler and since you're be spending the vast majority of
the game kicking ass its nice to know they did the fighting mechanics well.
Well, for the most part the camera will on occasion kill you but apart form that
its solid. The ‘combo lab’ is a nice extra too, it allows you to customize
your fighting style, in a limited kind of way. The boss battle are ‘unique’
and can be fun once you get your combo's down.
Summary: Auch für weniger engagierte Kämpfernaturen empfehlenswert. Man bekommt Zeit, um sich alles genau anzusehen und zu erkunden. Tipps und Tricks gibt's im Internet massenhaft und brauchbar. Tolle Atmosphäre und sie sieht einfach reizend aus, wenn sie so vor einem geht...