Summary: This game is not worth 20 dollars. pros- nice graphics and imaginative environment audio cons- multiple glitches were i was forced to reset the game and lose my progress(2 boss fights) story is different, but i found myself not caring about the character in the story. most of the characters were not developed well as the story progressed(again added to not caring about the story line) the rewind feature interface is highly annoying(you will have to rewind in game cinema...
Summary: The game is one bad fight after another. The game is extremely linear; go this way or no way at all. If looks like you would be able to go another way but no you can only go the way they want you to go...and once you're there you can't go back to check something out. The climbing was also only one way to climb.
Summary: This is the world of Remember Me, a world where people can destroy any memory they wish, yet everybody chose to preserve the ability to talk total and utter garbage, not too different to society today. Remember Me is a game that is, to be quite fair, thoroughly up its own arse, a game where simplicity is dressed in shallow complexity, and meaning is an illusion created by carefully constructed gibberish. Strangely, though, it's not bad.
Summary: I didn't realise before I bought this game that it was totally hand to hand, button-bashing combat, which I found utterly tedious. For me, this was a game spoiler, although the visuals were great. I wish I could have played the game without the tedious combat and the multiple cut scenes.
Summary: AS THE SAYINGS GOES MORE BUGS THAT A BAIT STORE 1.I CAN'T EVEN PLAY THE GAME ANY MORE AS YOU GET TO A POINT GOING THROUGH A MINE FIELD WHERE YOU NEED TO SYNCHRONIZE AND THE GAME WILL NOT LET YOU. WASTE OF TIME MONEY AND EFFORT. 2. FULL OF DULL UNINSPIRING CHARACTERS AND EVEN DULLER STORY 3. IT SEEMS THAT WHEN THEY MADE IT THEY COULD NOT DECIDE IF IT SHOULD BE A PLATFORM GAME OR AN RPG WELL ITS NEITHER. 4.