About the Product
- Speculative, stunning vision of our future - Discover Neo-Paris 2084, where augmented reality and memory digitization have taken control of people's lives.
- Play as Nilin, an elite memory hunter with a clouded past - Become the most wanted memory hunter in Neo-Paris and experience the power to break into people's minds to steal their memories.
- Memory Remix - This innovative new gameplay mechanic allows players to use Nilin's powers and alter parts of people's memories in real-time gameplay.
- A balanced mix of combat and exploration - Fight your way through the different environments Neo-Paris has to offer, using Nilin's proficiency in martial arts, as both hunter and prey!
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First, let's talk about the good:
1) The story is decent - sort of a Total Recall vibe to it as others have noted, but at least it was something different and it managed to keep you engaged. I will note however that you don't really get too attached or care much about any of the characters, which was a missed opportunity.
2) The atmosphere and general look of the game is very well done. A lot of detail with a more vibrant color scheme than most games that have the washed out, bland look to them.
3) Voice acting for the most part was fine though a few characters were a bit irritating and some of the comments were more than worthy of an eye-roll but overall it didn't really detract from the game.
4) The enemy AI was done well - almost too well in parts, which added significantly to the frustration factor in a few areas but the game remained challenging throughout.
5) The combat system is similar to the Batman Arkham Asylum game though it's not quite as good. The dodging is spot-on and movement is very fluid. The idea of customizing your combos to fit your gameplay style is a great idea though there is a bit of a learning curve. You unlock more "pressens" (as they are called) as you level up so you can really customize your combos as you get further into the game. You also get special powers which add significantly to your arsenal during battle (more on that later).
6) Graphics were also good - I have the PS3 version and experienced no frame rate issues at all, even when there were a lot of characters on screen.Read more ›
I'm about mid-way into the game, and it is a fantastic and hypnotic game, captivating me with it's beautiful and heavily detailed world. The setting is the first thing you'll notice; vivid, unconventional colors blot this world, and it is a feast for the eyes.
Combat works and plays out like Batman, but not quite as fluid. The ability to change up your combos makes for a refreshing experience each time. Enemies are can be quite tough in numbers--especially when they differ in types, forcing you to use different tactics for various enemies. Button mashing won't get you very far.
The platforming and exploration are the weakest links, as they are far too scripted. You never get a sense that you're in immediate danger from scaling walls. And exploration is so linear, so confined, which is a shame considering Neo-Paris is a major sight to behold.
Memory Remixes are the star of Remember Me, setting it apart from other action/adventure games. Basically, you can hack into peoples memories and alter things, changing the outcome of their behavior. It's fun to mess around and experiment. Not to mention, the memory remixes give great insight into Nilin's character; you really get a sense that she is conflicted with the ethics of what she is doing, which, in my opinion, makes her a very human character to whom we can relate.
The story... I won't elaborate about it. You really need to experience it for yourself because it will blow you away. Some of the writing is awful, though. But most of it works.
Overall, fantastic game. The story and lore are the strongest aspects. The game play is, for the most part, solid. Remember Me is a game you don't want to miss.
Over half a century from our present time, memories are treated as digital items to be bought, traded and stored, much like a movie or an eBook. But a group of revolutionaries known as Errorists are attempting to stop this practice by taking down Memorise, the corporation who has started to hold the world's memories in a monopolistic chokehold. They use the very tools they hate to gain access to top-secret information to topple the company, but their biggest asset is a woman named Nilin. Not only can she steal memories, but she can hack into people's brains and insert new ones, therefore altering their motivations and alignments. But Nilin has run into a bit of a problem: she was captured by the company, and almost all of her memories were wiped. Now she's on a quest to regain her memories and beliefs, while grappling with the moral ramifications of altering the very foundation of what makes people unique.
It's all very thought-provoking stuff, and done in a very impressive fashion.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
boring choir great idea presented bad you fight more with the camera then the bad guysPublished 8 days ago by joshua
GREAT storyline, but repetitive gameplay that isn't very complex. I still love it thoughPublished 16 days ago by Charlotte
This was a fun game overall, with a very interesting story, and mostly enjoyable gameplay. It is part Batman combat, part Assassin's Creed parkour, part Life Is Strange rewind... Read morePublished 16 days ago by Roderic Rinehart
This game is a cinematic masterpiece. I absolutely love the storyline. The gameplay is pretty straightforward and there aren't any side quests. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Brhit
I like the storyline in this game. This game is really not for kids under (10)...Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer