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Lost Treasures of Gaming: Remember Me

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This week’s Lost Treasures of Gaming is near and dear to my heart because I got to review the game upon release. Probably the most unappreciated game of 2013, Remember Me is the first game from studio Dontnod. It fuses combo-based brawling, cyberpunk, and the unique “memory remix” features to create a unique and gorgeous title.

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Written by Fred Rojas

December 19, 2015 at 3:00 pm

Remember Me Review

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remember_me_boxRemember Me is not a sum of its parts.  That’s an important factor to keep in mind as you progress through this game, and frankly, is quite counter to a majority of experiences out there.  This title is trying to tell a complex story in the world of interactive fiction, which has been tried before with varying results, and manages to keep its focus on the big picture instead of being bogged down by the limitations of a video game.  As I played through it was fascinating to me how I wanted to keep note of the little gripes and problems I was seeing instead of paying attention to what was going on.  This is the one large hurdle, or caveat if you choose to view it as such, that separates whether you will enjoy Remember Me or pitch it to the wayside as a product of the end of this cycle.  Keep in mind it is by no means perfect, or even groundbreaking, but it offers a story and world that are unique and manages to maintain suitable gameplay that makes progressing the plot intriguing.

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Written by Fred Rojas

February 12, 2015 at 11:00 am

Posted in PC/Mac, PS3, Reviews, Xbox 360

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