Summary: This was a very interesting game with some good ideas, although the controls could have used some more fine tuning. It borrows certain elements from better games (fighting system from Batman, platforming from Uncharted) and while it never gets to those levels of gaming goodness it was still an enjoyable experience. Recommended 4/5.
Summary: Great item, fast shipping! I am a girl gamer, a black girl gamer, so I enjoyed having a game finally have some respectable level of representation of me. Good game. Not great, but it is worth a turn.
Summary: Pros: - A very compelling sci-fi futuristic story about being a company that can create, destroy, and "remix" memories of everyone. Other people can also "remix" memories, most of them considered enemies of the state. - If you enjoyed the combat style in Batman Arkham Asylum, it is very similar. - The actual "remix" feature and "remix" events are pretty innovative and add a hint of puzzle to this game.
Summary: This game might not be perfect, but that doesn't stop me giving a top mark. The plot is really excellent and very interesting. Graphics are great too. Very interesting to play, and even more interesting to imagine oneself living in the Nilin's world.
Summary: I bought this game based on the premise that you would just go around messing with peoples memories and affecting certain plot points by doing so. Little did I know this game was so much more than that. Firstly, the main premise (gimmick) of the game, changing memories in others, is not as big a part of the game as it should have been. I think there should have been more sequences with that in it.
Summary: I really enjoy this game I recommend it for anyone who's into games I play it just about every day. most of my games I play I play them until I make it through to the end this one is, take me a little bit longer than I thought. I highly recommend this game to be played.
Summary: Remember all those cool memory remixes you were going to be able to do? You get to do a handful of them, but the solid 15 hours of tedious button mashing makes this promising game a crapfest that's best forgotten and bought used or not at all.
Summary: This game was mostly enjoyable. The premise was new and exciting, but most of the other aspects felt tired and it suffered from similar pitfalls of older games. The gameplay felt like most Tomb Raider games I've played - find your way across cityscapes with almost-parkour movements like jumping from roof to roof or timing your ascent of a ladder just right. But, like Tomb Raider, it was often unclear where to to or what to do.