Summary: A great game with a compelling story, however I simply can't find time to finish it, and it doesn't have the "pull" to make me want to know the next story element. I love the fighting style, and it takes on a unique version of a linear platformer, giving you an open world type of feel, but the objectives are very singular. Feels a lot like Mirrors' Edge, but less parkour.
Summary: Remember Me is a really different game than anyone is probably used to playing. It's based around a number of ideas and concepts. You play as a woman who can remix digitized memories. The real difference in this game is that you're pretty much playing as a rebel who lost her memories, so you're a wanted criminal. In some ways, its a little bit like an Assassin's Creed style game. Combat in this game is slippery.
Summary: The ability to re-arrange peoples memories seems like a lot of fun, but you only get to use this ability several times through the somewhat predictable story. Though it is a decent one, the real aspect that drew me to this title it was the fluid combat. With the ability to mix and match various combos into a new more deadly one, the free form combat of Remember Me will be something for you to remember.
Summary: This game is okay, I got the package in at the right time, but I played this game for one day and I haven't touched it since, I just have no interest because it was just the same thing over and over again as soon as you reach the next part, climb a building, then beat m some enemies up. I just don't think this is the game for me. Im going to bring it into gamestop and get me another game.
Summary: This is a story based game that's strictly liner. You are able to replay chapters mainly for missable collectiables. From the collectiables themselves, only half of them add to the game play, with the others adding to the story from the world around you. In the future, Neo-Paris, you are a memory hunter in a world where your memories can be used as currency. Other hunters can steal memories but you are the only one who can remix them.
Like the fighting, not bad story but a little short
10 March 2014
Summary: The game story is not bad, of course, it would not make any sense (as some people complained); it is a video game after all. I love the character and her fighting style - think batman-like, only difference is not a one-button-fighting, something similar to Street Fighter game. The best part is the ability to create your own combos to either match your own style, or enhance the special effect.
Summary: First off, let me say that this game is not for the A.D.D. crowd. This game does not have non-stop action but with a game like this, that's not a bad thing. When the action does start, the combat is fun. There is nothing boring about the platforming or the fight sequences. They are constantly throwing something different at you. You can shoot, fight and use special skills. What more do you want?