I'm SQUAGLE AGLE. You [strike]may have seen me on Xbox Live, or on YouTube at

I play video games all the time. I am not single track minded and I am open to opinions. I have an Xbox 360 and an Xbox One, the Xbox One is my primary console. I also play PC games, but do not record them (at the time). Games I like include: GTA, Red Dead Redemption, Call of Duty:Black Ops, Ghost Recon:Phantoms, LA Noire, Far Cry 3, Super Mario 64, 007 Golden Eye, Road Rash, Gone Home, Garry's Mod, Killer Instinct(Xbox One Version), Dead or Alive series, Minecraft, Halo series, Fight Night Round 4, Battlefield 4, and tons more.

In the future on my YouTube channel I will be playing games like Watch_Dogs, The Division, The Crew, Minecraft, Sunset Overdrive, and much much more.

Remember Me, an action-adventure game with a beautiful sprawling world encompassing it, was looking like a game that I'd really enjoy playing. A female protagonist. Futuristic setting. Awesome looking game mechanics. I was honestly expecting a lot more from this title. After playing it for a while I have come to get bored. So now I'm on here. Telling people that I don't like the majority of the game. The combat is boring and generic. The ideas are great and if it was the same ideas in a different package, I think that game would flourish. We need new ideas for games, and Next-Gen systems are promised to bring those ideas. This could've been a good game if it hadn't been executed so poorly.

IGN recently did a video review of the game, and after watching it I realize that I'm not the only one with these opinions , as this video proves.

Just one of those great looking games in theory, but when it's actually played, it becomes very old very very fast.

What do you think? Does the game still seem appeal-able?

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