Rated 4 out of 10 A Repetitive Disappointment
the first half of remember me starts off great but ultimately disappoints from achieving greatness with repetitive game design, and a lack of pleasing combo building. The game looks beautiful but is extremely linear for a game that was hyped to immerse the gamer with an open world feel. Unfortunately, this game never touches it as all the levels are linear. There are only 4 combos you can build which is underwhelming for a title that should have more combos to build. The memory remix sequences are awesome but there are only 4 in the whole game! Let alone the game is extremely short and not the good kind of short (only took one sit through to complete the game) with no re playability to it. The game had a lot going for it but it fell short of expectations in all aspects. I would only say pick it up if it was a $20 game not full price.
Rated 9 out of 10 by ZeroGames Worth The money!
Ill have to admit, The sound track is one of the BEST sound tracks in history of games, The graphics are phenomenal, but!...The story line...Good although need a tiny bit of work...it needed more than one little plot, not just to take down one bad guy. As you get to the middle of the game...Theirs no new bad guys which make's me a little frustrated. But the bosses are difficult and very fun to fight, Lots of thinking and planning your moves all through out the game. And lastly its fun and creative that you have pick your moves and add them to a combo bar, which can be also frustrating because you have to keep going back over and over again to see what combo you put where and its necessary for your health and the power of to defeat enemy's and so on and so on.... I loved the game, the voice acting was amazing, I would rate this game an 9/10.
Rated 10 out of 10 by Mikazuki Not Bad? Not Bad at All.
Okay, so I'm probably a little before halfway of the game (not gonna mention specifically) and the game is actually really good. I know on Youtube there were some negative feedback about the voice acting. I believe the feedback was tacky and didn't really focus on the game itself, but rather it was just pet peeves of the people. It's actually comical at a few points. The voices aren't annoying and they actually do match the characters. The music matches each environment, along with the different scenes. The gameplay reminds me of DMC: Devil May Cry when it comes to creating and stringing together combos (or, in the instance, inputting different buttons). The story is good enough to keep you interested, and the scenery is always changes. The game takes place in Neo-Paris, 2084, but there are different sections of the city that you explore. You can obviously tell the rich and poor side, but the graphics are very sharp, detailed, and full of surprises. Is this a game that can be nominated Game of the Year? I highly doubt it, with Dead Space 3, Tomb Raider and other games this year that are just as spectacular. But it's not a bad game. It's still worthy of a pick-up and play!
Rated 8 out of 10 by TheGameisChris The Cons.
The game has a few flaws. I noticed in some of the cinematic's in the game it tends to overwhelm the PlayStation 3 to the point where it will freeze all together. I ended up turning it off then on again, at that point it was working again. I also couldn't help but notice that in some of the cinematic's the character's voices would repeat what they are saying, almost as if there was an echo. I have not played this game on the Xbox 360 yet, it may just be the PlayStation 3 that has these problems.
Rated 10 out of 10 by Roxas713 An amazing futuristic concept
It feels like an environment that could potentially be the future. The use of the technology and the time period it takes place in is a very realistic combination. The graphics had me blown away, along with the sounds that went along with the environment. I wish it was real! The plot was very intricate, nor did I take a hint of the roles that some of the characters took in the game. A+ game in my opinion.
Rated 7 out of 10 by MetalG Good Game
Despite some leves being over the top to the point where your brain feels fried this game is a cool experience. The combat in this game is fun i wish there was more, the climbing of walls and so forth is also fun. Some of the visuals are stunning. If you like sci-fi i definitely recommend this game. The story is short but its worth checking out.
Rated 8 out of 10 by jswizzoo Nicely Done!
This game flew completely under so many peoples radar and I am glad I decided to check it out because I love it but I may love Nilin more! The story line was good, scrambling memories, melee battles etc. Setting up your own combos... I am hoping there was enough interest in this game to spark a Remember Me 2. If you have some time on your hands in between drops of games on your list check this out.
Rated 0 out of 10 by Mikazuki Promising?
I've heard of the game a few months later, but when I saw those things (that don't really look like human) chasing the woman, I thought, "Oh heck. Another Resident Evil." But after watching this trailer, I quickly realized that it isn't Resident Evil. The only games I've ever played by Capcom was Devil May Cry and Street Fighter. This is definitely a fresh breath from zombies.
Rated 5 out of 10 by FRESH101 no replay value
this game has no replay value. the game has its points where its cool but for the most part im sitting there going oh myyyyyy gossssshhhhh this isssss sssssssssssoooooooooooo boring. so ill trade it since the playcation thing is going on. wait till price goes down before you play this game. save your money for the last of us
Rated 0 out of 10 by GigaTortle A promising concept.
Honestly Capcom has been failing these last few years and I'm glad to see them create something that seems worth while to me rather then rinsing and repeating the same thing. This game is centered around memory stealing and altering so think similarly to Inception. I feel this will be a great game with a great story that is full of promise.