Summary: Remember Me very clearly borrows ideas from Assassin’s Creed, Tomb Raider and Batman’s Arkham series, but manages to do so in a fun & creative way. I’d not say it is worth the release price of $60, but I got it cheap during a Steam sale and don’t regret the purchase at all.
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 hardest and most complicated game I have ever played.
Capt. McPl0x, Amazon
26 March 2014
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.
Summary: I will admit I was excited for this game. I felt it would have been a create mix between Assassin's Creed (for the climbing and going after high valued targets seemed to be indicative of this), Batman Arkham Asylum/City (the fighting style seemed to resemble this), and Deus Ex: Human Revolution (for...
Summary: It's really a shame when game with so much potential falls short. There are a lot of great elements within this game but all of them (except of graphics and music probably) made in a wrong fashion.
Summary: Disappointed with this game due to not being able to understand the control system. Way to fiddly for me can't remember what combination did what. More than likely down to me and my impatience at having to learn so much just to play.. Memory not good so disadvantaged there too.
Summary: remember me - you probably will the game is strikingly good with the visuals and concept and the ability to change peoples memory at key points is interesting but a little confusing at first. its like a cross between Fith element and mirrors edge but not as good as either of the aforementioned.
Summary: For every memorable AAA game or Indie title, there appears to be a slew of games that fall between the two. These full release games don't have the budget to compare to the likes of `Grand Theft Auto 5' nor the imagination to challenge a `Minecraft'.
Summary: The game itself is fine. No real complaints there. My big bugbear is that not only can you not skip the cut scenes, if you run in a windowed mode and switch to say, a browser, it pauses the damn thing until you go back to give it all your attention again.