Memories are a commodity in Neo-Paris, where the authorities dictate who gets to remember what. But for Nilin, member of a group called the Errorists, it's a diseased corpse of a society that needs to be torn down by the roots. For them, the memories of humankind aren't to be tampered with and the rotten establishment of Neo-Paris needs to be destroyed.
Remember Me is confused. It wants to be a button masher, but it also wants to force strategy on the player. It wants to be a platformer and puzzle solver, but it doesn’t know how to carry those elements throughout the entire game long enough to keep it interesting and exciting. I felt like the game was all over the place and didn’t really have a good direction or focus. Read More.