Remember Me review: Not too memorable

In "Remember Me," gamers take the role of

In "Remember Me," gamers take the role of a memory hunter in Paris 70 years in the future. (Credit: Handout)

Remember Me

RATING M for Mature

PLOT You're a memory hunter in 2084 Paris.

DETAILS PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, $60

BOTTOM LINE Doesn't break any molds

Remember Me provides every tease of what the futuristic Paris could be, but still feels like it's holding back on delivering the goods. From a narrative perspective, Remember Me gives gamers a fresh story featuring a heroine who has athletic prowess that equally matches her wits. You play as Nilin, and in this vision of the future, memories can be purchased and traded like other goods and services in order to share and create new experiences.

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