its a competent game with an amazing sense of atmosphere
Kyle Jones-Furiato, Amazon
15 October 2014
Summary: Remember Me is, I feel, a diamond in the rough that could have, with a bit more time and polish, really shined. As it stands, its a competent game with an amazing sense of atmosphere. The general gameplay is a cross between Assassin's Creed and the Batman Arkham Game series. You climb up walls with some limited parkour, and have several character brawls where countering and dodging attacks are key to victory.
Summary: This game is beautiful but the fighting is repetitive and boring. The idea is great but the story is lackluster and the game is way too linear. I played for about 5 hours to give it a chance but I started to get so bored that I ended it there. If you like combo fighting then it is worth a play through otherwise I would suggest that you try something else.
Summary: After a 9 hour playthrough this game would probably fall under a 6/10 for me. You want to explore in it more and interact more but the game is too linear. +graphically impressive +the voice acting is a mix bag some VA's were good others not so much +the memory remixes were incredibly fun but just when you get into them thats it (only 4 total) -the combat became way way too repetitive -there are under 10 different enemy types -the story was all over the place -boss fights...
Summary: Ok i saw all the reviews for this game and was disappointed to hear that many were saying it wasn't that good at all. Therefore I decided to wait until the price dropped. I finally picked this up new and started it. At first I was blown away with how absolutely beautiful this game looks. But as started to play it, I didn't really like it. It felt a little weird and linear at first.
Summary: The game was much better than expected especially if anyone likes cyberpunk or futuristic games. The combat was unique and once you get a hang of it, it's actually fun. The setting is amazing but I felt that the game could have done more in Neo Paris. I mean there could have more exploration and side missions that make use of the setting. The memory remix is very cool imo.
Summary: The atmosphere and visuals in this game are stunning. The music is great and the story is decent. The gameplay is quite linear and the world is not open which can be a disappointment as you will want to explore the richness of it. Others have pointed out that the fighting is repetitive but the ability to customize your combos makes it interesting. It can be frustrating until you get the hang of it, but when you do, the combat becomes more of a flow.
Summary: Although pretty interesting in concept, this game has a huge flaw. You end up in battles where the resolution involves secret combinations of button presses. How do you get past these moments? You troll the internet, hoping for clues. Nobody seems to have a master guide to all these infuriating roadblocks. So you play a little, you get cornered, you mash buttons blindly until your hand freezes up from the repetition, and then give up - to hunt for clues online again.
Summary: Extremely lifelike for a game. Everyone thought I was watching a movie and had no idea I was playing a game until I started to move. I just started the game, but I like the storyline so far. Graphics aren't out off this world but they are really good. Find it a little complicated setting up moves, and key combinations, but other than that the game is excellent.