I actually like Remember me. The art direction is worth the price of admission alone, as it's truly stunning in places. The in-house music composition is worthy of mention too.|
The game itself is okay. While certainly not great, it's far better than a lot of AAA games released right now (Fuse in particular). The combat actually works pretty well, but having the "counter" move being so acrobatic gets bloody annoying and can at times looks downright stupid.
The platforming is almost identical to Ninja Theory's Enslaved. No exploration, no choice, just follow the clearly laid out path (I'm sick of things being dumbed down for the f**king casual gamer). But it;s solid and does the job.
The story is pretty cool if you like dystopian fiction, and the memory remixing is very clever. Just a shame you down't get to use the feature more (or by the players choice).
All in all, Remember Me is a solid first title by Dontnod, and feels like a fresh I.P that could have some legs if aloud to run. I'm sure the price will drop quickly after The Last of Us is launched next week, and after that I think 'RM' is a pretty safe recommendation.