And definitely not Metacritic scores which are even worse.
I think I should elaborate on this:
Metacritic scores, in my opinion, cater to the person who has the shortest, most volatile attention spans ever. Why read an entire paragraph of one's review, look at the pros and cons of this game, it's good points and bad points, when you can just get a two-digit number in seconds?
Actually having to play the game to better your character is not a bad thing, and adjusting the settings to suit your needs is what the options are there for. It's not cheating nor does it make you less of a player to make the game run good for you. I don't think Dust 514 is bad at all, and it gives me a chance to get warmed up with shooters before Destiny comes out on PS4.
Okay, so far I played Remember Me for a few hours and I must say that the game feels like a portrait and you are traversing through it. I can see that the developers really took some time creating this world. I can't really dive into a lot of it but I think the combat take a fresh way of creating your own combos. Which is simply brilliant. Most fighting games have you unlock preset combos, but this allows you to create them.
I knew that I would enjoy this game and went with my instincts on it. I definitely see Remember Me as a new franchise and will support them if they decided a sequel.