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Remember Me evokes a strange nostalgia for itself. It's better to recall it with fondness than with accuracy, because the highlights are so much more endearing than the truth. What makes this especially awkward is the game's central sermon: beware of discarding reality in favor of phony memories. There's a lot to take in before you start fabricating flashbacks. Re...

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Remember Me creative director: 'It was misunderstood'

Remember Me launched in June 2013 to mostly mediocre reviews. Our own critique called its animations "stilted and poorly portrayed," and found the overall experience disappointing. That following January, French developer DONTNOD entered "judicial reorganization," meaning the studio wasn't keeping ...

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Remember Me dev Dontnod enters 'judicial reorganization' following financial struggles

Remember Me developer Dontnod Entertainment is in financial mire, but CEO Oskar Guilbert claims the company isn't on the brink of bankruptcy. Speaking to GI.biz, Guilbert dismissed reports coming out of France today that the Parisian company is in fatal trouble after it entered "judicial reorganiza...

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Remember Me launch trailer arrives in style

This trailer for Remember Me flashes its action-packed, stylish side to commemorate the game's recent launch. Be sure to read our review of the game to find out about its other sides....

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PSN Tuesday: Remember Me on PS3, Limbo on Vita, Deus Ex free for Plus

This week PSN gets Remember Me for $60 as a full PS3 download (and here's our review). Also on the docket is Earth Defense Force: Insect Armageddon, which hits PSN for $20. Vita gets Limbo for $15, Toro's Friend Network for free, Quell Memento for $5 and Paint Park Plus for free. Class of Heroes 2 ...

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Metareview: Remember Me

A memorable aspect of Remember Me is its soundtrack, available now on iTunes or accessible through Spotify. As for the game, our review tried its best not to repress the whole thing. Edge (80/100): "Schlocky and silly in places, but potent and reflective in others, Nilin's tale has bags of heart...

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Remember Me review: You are what you do

Remember Me evokes a strange nostalgia for itself. It's better to recall it with fondness than with accuracy, because the highlights are so much more endearing than the truth. What makes this especially awkward is the game's central sermon: beware of discarding reality in favor of phony memories. ...

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Live-action Remember Me trailer has some cake

This live-action trailer for Remember Me sets the tone for the game's beginning chapters with thoughts from the founder of the Memorize corporation. Remember Me will launch this coming Tuesday on Xbox 360, PS3 and PC....

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Just jargon through Remember Me

Join Joystiq in the streets of Neo-Paris and the intricate pathways of the mind in this Remember Me video preview. Dontnod's memory-focused action game features strategic battle jeans, "remembrane buoys" and even more dubiously named plot devices, if you can believe it. Remember Me launches f...

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Remember Me hacks our memories, inserts this trailer

Defying our understanding of neurology, memory can be found in the heart and soul of Remember Me. Manipulating memories drives the action in Dontnod's cyberpunk game, as creative director Jean-Max Morris reminds us in this six-minute synopsis....

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Remember Me PC requirements remind you to prep for playtime

Remember Me appears to have something against kids and/or opening presents, but it's not entirely opposed to handing out treats. Sweet, sweet PC-requirement treats. Remember Me minimum specs include 2GB of RAM, 9GB of free hard drive space, and at least an Nvidia GeForce 8800GTS or an ATI Radeon HD...

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