If you read the reviews most state that Remember Me is a flawed disappointment, but I noticed a small undercurrent of positivity. Outside of the traditional reviews, some seem to be really enjoying the game. Are you one of those people?
In a strange way the 'mixed' reviews make me a little more intrigued to play it. Mainly because it seems like one of those games where, if you overlook a few glaring flaws, you open yourself up to a different, unique experience. Mirror's Edge was a bit like that -- I found it to be frustrating, but those moments of pure flow, when the game allowed you those brief moments of pure mastery, that was worth all the gumph.
'Gumph' is a Scottish word. It means 'crap'.
I actually really love 'flawed' games. I loved the original Assassin's Creed. I loved Metal Gear Solid 4. I love games that are just unashamedly different, even to a fault. I had kinda hoped that, possibly, the bad Remember Me reviews were symptomatic of a game that aimed high but shot low. Am I right? Should I even bother?