We here at Gaming Nexus pretty much loved Remember Me
. I called it "gorgeously conceived and realized," while Jeremy called it "interesting and unique." I haven't played a more underrated title in a very long time. At the very least, you should get out there and rent it while renting videogames is still a thing.
If you're like me and actually both played the game and loved it, then today's release of the eBook called Remember Me: The Pandora Archive
should come as welcome or even downright exciting news. British playwright and author Scott Harrison (The Horus Engine
, Tales of the Iron War
) has authored the tale set before the events of the game. After a series of bomb blasts rock Neo-Paris, a former memory hunter named Trix is blamed and S.A.B.R.E force is sent into Slum 404 to root her out, but before they can arrest her, she sends a coded message back to the Errorists and Remember Me
's Nilin is tasked with decoding it - a quest that leads her to the mysterious tech expert known only as the Architect.
You can download Remember Me: The Pandora Archive
right now in Europe and North America from Kindle, Kobo, and Google Play (among others). And if you haven't yet, I highly recommend that you find a way to give Remember Me
a fair shot at winning you over. It's available right now for the Xbox 360 and PS3.