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Remember Me - Your 'Thoughts'

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I very much enjoyed this game. I played through the game 5 times, and didn't mind the fact that you can't skip cut scenes. With the plot in my opinion being very exciting and the game play being fun as well. With a new ability obtained almost every chapter, the game doesn't feel dull very often! I wouldn't mind a second one about restoring the city. The game could consist of taking down big companies that are still power hungry. 

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Got stuck in the train and left the game one month ago, apparently i have to play the whole chapter again. Maybe next month.

This is one of many games inspired in Arkham series mechanics, but i DEFINITELY prefer Sleeping dogs over this.

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Just platted this game over the last couple of days, two full playthroughs. My god, it's gone into my top ten games of all time. It's amazing. I will say though, you MUST play this with the original French audio. The story is very well done, and subverts many action movie tropes and deals with more subtle themes of loss, regret, and idealism gone awry rather than cartoon one-note evil villains as in most other games. The English dub is atrocious, and also doesn't fit with the Parisian vibe overall. If you haven't played this yet, or are planning a replay, then go for full immersion and choose the original voices.

The ending has such emotional punch, I was genuinely close to tears both playthroughs. Maybe it's because I'm older, and I've experienced the sort of losses in life that sculpted the storyline in the game, but I fully got what they were going for and it resonated deeply with me. There's stuff going on in this story that is informed by European storytelling sensibilities rather than the more clichéd Hollywood imitations that most videogame writing aspires to. Beauty, conventional and unconventional is etched into the bones of this game.

I will defend this game to my dying breath. It's a goddamn masterpiece. I'm so happy this came to PS+ as I almost missed out on one of the best gaming experiences of my life.

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got past chapter 3 until i gave up.. this games gameplay in my opinion is very boring.. repetitive. The game's "world" did not suit my taste. got it through ps plus though so luckily didnt pay for it. i rarely give up on game's single player but this one happened to be for me one of the worst games in ps3

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It's an enjoyable game so far, but I can see how someone would be less than pleased paying full price for it.

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Really fun game with a lot of details & beautiful sights! The fighting controls are a bit complicated at first but you get the hang of them as you play along! The combos are a hassle to do sometimes when there is a lot of enemies around you & you have to dodge forcing you to sometimes forget the last combo button you hit! The difficulties aren't that much of a challenge & the trophies are some what a grind but you will knock most out while your playing! All around the game is fantastic & I would recommend playing it!

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Just platted this game over the last couple of days, two full playthroughs. My god, it's gone into my top ten games of all time. It's amazing. I will say though, you MUST play this with the original French audio. The story is very well done, and subverts many action movie tropes and deals with more subtle themes of loss, regret, and idealism gone awry rather than cartoon one-note evil villains as in most other games. The English dub is atrocious, and also doesn't fit with the Parisian vibe overall. If you haven't played this yet, or are planning a replay, then go for full immersion and choose the original voices.

The ending has such emotional punch, I was genuinely close to tears both playthroughs. Maybe it's because I'm older, and I've experienced the sort of losses in life that sculpted the storyline in the game, but I fully got what they were going for and it resonated deeply with me. There's stuff going on in this story that is informed by European storytelling sensibilities rather than the more clichéd Hollywood imitations that most videogame writing aspires to. Beauty, conventional and unconventional is etched into the bones of this game.

I will defend this game to my dying breath. It's a goddamn masterpiece. I'm so happy this came to PS+ as I almost missed out on one of the best gaming experiences of my life.

If you like emotion in games, then you should really try brothers a tale of two sons. That game made me cry and I never cry... That story is sooooo good and is the best game I've ever played.

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It's called Remember Me since the developers knew the game would turn out to be too bad to be remembered. It didn't work.  :P

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It wasn't a bad game but capcom made it too story driven. Don't get me wrong I like a well developmed story as much as the next cap, but no skip in the cut scenes. What the fuck man. That's below you capcom, you can do better

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I know this is an old post but I'm posting for the people who want to know now. It's really slow in the beginning, but Man it picks up quiet nicely. My only gripe with it is the wonky camera, and the unskippable cutscenes but that's just nitpicking. As a fan of Mirror's Edge and possibly being my favourite game, I would say that they aren't really comparable. The only thing that they share is the clean, colourful , and futuristic theme along with the badass electronic ambient soundtrack. It's more of an uncharted platformer with a unique combat system that has some depth into it.

i never even bothered to look at critics' reviews. I just watched gameplay and I've played the game myself. Here's my overall score IMO

Graphics 9.5/10 definitely amazing sceneries and colorful design along with high textured environmentsz great lighting, fog and shadows

Story 8/10 don't want to spoil anything but I liked it.

Soundtrack 9/10. Has the Mirror's Edge vibe to it.

Gameplay 8.5/10 great combat system that IMO rivals the Arkham games but doesn't fully beat it yet. Still better than assassins Creed IMO. Platforming isnt as great as other games pull it off but the game isn't a 100% platformer. Camera could be better. It's too linear of course but then again, all uncharted games, and TLOU were too so no issue here.

That was my opinion and of course mine my differ than yours. I may have overlooked some flaws but IMO the pros outweighs the cons

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Just platted this game over the last couple of days, two full playthroughs. My god, it's gone into my top ten games of all time. It's amazing. I will say though, you MUST play this with the original French audio. The story is very well done, and subverts many action movie tropes and deals with more subtle themes of loss, regret, and idealism gone awry rather than cartoon one-note evil villains as in most other games. The English dub is atrocious, and also doesn't fit with the Parisian vibe overall. If you haven't played this yet, or are planning a replay, then go for full immersion and choose the original voices.

The ending has such emotional punch, I was genuinely close to tears both playthroughs. Maybe it's because I'm older, and I've experienced the sort of losses in life that sculpted the storyline in the game, but I fully got what they were going for and it resonated deeply with me. There's stuff going on in this story that is informed by European storytelling sensibilities rather than the more clichéd Hollywood imitations that most videogame writing aspires to. Beauty, conventional and unconventional is etched into the bones of this game.

I will defend this game to my dying breath. It's a goddamn masterpiece. I'm so happy this came to PS+ as I almost missed out on one of the best gaming experiences of my life.

Hey I know this is an old post but since you mentioned how Europeans have a different way of presenting things, I totally remember( pun unintended) that about the game. I got some Mirror's Edge vibe to the game because of the atmosphere/ isolation/ unique colourful aesthetics/ soundtrack and Mirror's Edge was made by a swedish company DICE. Now I know why I kind of find them slightly similar.
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I disliked this game severely. I actually got so bored of it i've quit playing it twice and now it's  back to sitting on my ps3 harddrive and probably will end up deleted in a few weeks or so once I get back into hunting on my ps3. (trying to lower some of my PS4 backlog first now..) 

Thankfully I got the game for free from PS+ awhile back so didn't spend a penny on it lol

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So, I won't lie. I hated this game back when I started it. But, as part of one of the backlog events, I'll be revisiting it, so I hope it shows some of the promise to me that so many others here seem to see.

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One of the worst games I have played. 

 

I don't like level design,characters,story,sounds or graphics. Combat system is very good though. 

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