Summary: A tawdry story, bland characters and a barren world. Remember Me serves as an adequate attempt for Capcom to explore new fields but the lackluster universe and weak gameplay causes the game to fumble. The ability to warp memories and the addicts who thrive on happier thoughts had a lot of potential of becoming something great, but become overshadowed with to many weak elements.
Summary: Decent game with beautiful art. But super constricted paths. Kinda like being on the jungle boat ride. You're like "Ooooh, I wanna go over there. Oooh, that looks cool." Until you realize it's mostly a facade, and you really shouldn't turn on the lights. Game play is alright. And it's always fun to watch Nilin run around in her completely inappropriately tight hero jeans.
Beautifully conceived world and story but the pace of the game won't let you stop and enjoy it.
Jay B. Kummer "tantricslacker", Amazon
27 February 2014
Summary: I agree with most of the positive reviews, but for the amazing world and story the developer created I found having to battle three waves of groups or a boss around every corner annoying after a while. You're just too busy constantly fighting through to a save point to get immersed in the story or care about the characters. Some other criticisms: * The fighting system is frustrating.
Summary: I watched the video walkthrough first before buying and at the current price found it to be OK to play. The storyline is somewhat different and the idea of changing memories is nice but the controls are not smooth. I noticed that there are delays for some reason while waiting for the software to move. (I am playing on an Xbox 360). For example, the first memory change sequence seemed to not startup. I am pressing buttons and nothing is happening until after a while.
Summary: Somewhere deep in Remember Me is a brilliant game that wants nothing more than to show itself to the world, but can never quite break free from the shackles of its own faults. Ambitious concepts and an engrossing world are chained by boring gameplay and lackluster characters, and the promise of a great game will only be remembered as a good one. In the Neo-Paris of 2084, memories have become a commodity.
Summary: Remember Me has a great idea for a game. Unfortunately, it doesn't really capitalize on it. The premise is interesting and the story could've been so much more. It felt like a game that was being developed by a team of very talented people, but with a deadline that stunted the quality of their work. For starters, the game is very pretty.
Summary: Totally forgettable No one can accuse Dontnod Entertainment of not taking a risk with Remember Me . Its story centers around a strong female protagonist, which is supposedly a big risk according to several people within the games industry. Dontnod more than likely knew this going in and said “screw it” and made the game anyway. I commend them for that. However, Dontnod also decided to turn Remember Me into a third-person action-adventure beat-’em-up.
Summary: Being a male gamer and since most games have male leads i like to play games where u play as a female character for a change. Games like fuse, tomb raider and hunted the demons forge allowed me this option, which brings me to remember me. When first seeing and reading about it ln x box magazine my first thougt was that this game is going to be unique and for the most part it is.
Summary: I had high hopes for this title. Sadly, they were dashed after the first 2-hours of play. Actually "PLAY" is a misnomer. For most of the game the AI controls most of your moves, from the extreme linearity of the game, to simple walking, running and jumping. And then there is the AI's dystopian camera control. You are like a rat in a maze--even the fight scenes are repetitive and dated. The upgrade menu is so clever it borders on clunky.
Summary: deleted comments about packaging, since it seemed to offend some gamers who thought it affected my rating of the game. To them, I assure you the 3* rating was relative to the game & not the packing. the 3 *'s rating is just my opinion of the game -- Neither great or terrible - just didn't grab my interest. Control of the character (atleast on mt xbox) was sluggish and difficult to execute the required moves.