Remember Me Combos Customization Guide – Pressens and S-Pressens

By   /   Jun 5, 2013

Remember Me puts players in the shoes of a young girl Nilin in the imaginary city of Neo-Paris during 2084.

The basic combat system of ‘Remember Me’ revolves around two kinds of attacks; Pressens and S-Pressens. This guide aims on providing comprehensive information on how to get most out of the Innovative Combo Lab that can always be found in game’s Sensen Menu.

For more help on Remember Me, read our Memory Remixes & Bugs and Collectibles Guide.

Remember Me Combos Customization

The Innovative Combo Lab is the place where you unlock new Pressens along with activating & modify your current Pressens each time you level up.

There are a total of 4 different types of Pressens including a total of 22 Pressens. However, it must be noted that unlocking all of these Pressens will require you to play the game at least twice or thrice.

The combat system is so vast that there are literally thousands of different combos that you can put to use.

Combo Initiation

Each combo at your disposal usually begins with a normal kick or a punch that usually don’t carry any special effects. The combos that follow these kicks and punches can be customized in any way you want IF you have unlocked them.

Moreover, these Pressens can be customized at any given time so as to provide players with a wide variety of combos against different enemies. As you level up in the game, you gain access to unlocking more Pressens. And you can utilize these Pressens in any way you want.

Along with the kind of Pressens, their position is equally important. For example, if a same Pressen is placed at the beginning of a combo, it will have a different effect than at the middle or end of a combo.

Pressens

There are a total of 4 major types of Pressens that you can use within the game:

Power Pressens
Power Pressens are unlocked during the Episode# 1 of the game after Nilin’s first battle. Influenced by Karate, Power Pressens deal a high amount of damage and is very useful for breaking enemy defenses. It also helps Nilin take out enemies faster.

Regen Pressens
Regen Pressens are unlocked during the Episode# 1 after your battle in the Old Souk.

Regen Pressens are very beneficial against enemies who deal a good amount of damage such as Elite Enforcers as it allows players to gain some health with every attack. It also comes in quite handy in long battles. Although these Pressens don’t have that much of damage they are still useful for unlocking some achievements/trophies.

Cooldown Pressens
Cooldown Pressens are unlocked during Episode# 2 during the courtyard fight.

Unlike Power Pressens, Cooldown Pressens deal a low amount of damage but they decrease the Cooldown on all S-Pressens. These Pressens are very useful against enemies who are only vulnerable to S-Pressen attacks and in situation where Nilin is forced to use S-Pressens from time to time.

Chain Pressens
Chain Pressens are unlocked during Episode# 3 during the fight at the rooftop.

The purpose of Chain Pressens is to multiply the effect of a Pressens by replicating the previous chain combos. They come in very handy when you are going for a long chain combo.

It is advised that you don’t place a Chain Pressen at the beginning of a combo.

Modifying Combos

As there are four different Pressen styles, four combos, and a total of 22 Pressens, players can literally make thousands of combos of their own choice. Following are a few combo guides that might give you an idea of what you can do!

3-Hit Combos
3-Hit combos are unlocked during Episode# 1. The main outline of 3-Hit combos is Punch, Punch, and Punch.

3-Hit Combos are very beneficial during the start of the game but that certainly doesn’t mean that you can’t use them in later episodes. You can always mix them with a few Regen Pressens or Cooldown Pressens and get most out these simple combos.

3-Hit Combo Examples

  • Launcher Pressen Punch, Power Pressen Punch, Power Pressen Punch (125 Damage)
  • Launcher Pressen Punch, Power Pressen Punch, Chain Pressen Punch (175 Damage)
  • Launcher Pressen Punch, Regen Pressen Punch, Regen Pressen Punch (35 Damage)
  • Launcher Pressen Punch, Cooldown Pressen Punch, Cooldown Pressen Punch (35 Damage)

5-Hit Combos
5-Hit Combos are also unlocked during Episode# 1.

The main outline of 5-Hit combos is Kick, Punch, Kick, Punch, and Kick.

One thing that you should remember is that Nilin does not get any level up for doing 5-Hit combos. Nonetheless, they are still good enough for doing a good damage on your enemies. And when mixed with Regen Pressens or Cooldown Pressens, you can easily take out bosses and Elite Enforcers.

5-Hit Combo Examples

  • Launcher Pressen Kick, Power Pressen Punch, Power Pressen Kick, Power Pressen Punch, Cooldown Pressen Kick (355 Damage)
  • Launcher Pressen Kick, Regen Pressen Punch, Regen Pressen Kick, Regen Pressen Punch, Regen Pressen Kick (65 Damage)
  • Launcher Pressen Kick, Cooldown Pressen Punch, Regen Pressen Kick, Cooldown Pressen Punch, Chain Pressen Kick (65 Damage)
  • Launcher Pressen Kick, Cooldown Pressen Punch, Cooldown Pressen Kick, Chain Pressen Punch, Chain Pressen Kick (65 Damage)

6-Hit Combos
6-Hit combos are unlocked during Episode# 3.

The main outline of 6-Hit combos is Punch, Kick, Kick, Punch, Kick and Kick.

Please note that performing a 6-hit combo will get you 20 PMP (Level Up) points. These combos are absolutely beast when it equipped with Chain Pressens at the end. You can always leave Power Pressens for the other combos while join these with Cooldown Pressens to use S-Pressen at times.

6-Hit Combo Examples

  • Launcher Pressen Punch, Power Pressen Kick, Power Pressen Kick, Power Pressen Punch, Chain Pressen Kick, Chain Pressen Kick (570 Damage)
  • Launcher Pressen Punch, Regen Pressen Kick, Regen Pressen Kick, Cooldown Pressen Punch, Power Pressen Kick, Chain Pressen Kick (310 Damage)
  • Launcher Pressen Punch, Cooldown Pressen Kick, Cooldown Pressen Kick, Power Pressen Punch, Cooldown Pressen Kick, Regen Pressen Kick (140 Damage)
  • Launcher Pressen Punch, Cooldown Pressen Kick, Regen Pressen Kick, Regen Pressen Punch, Regen Pressen Kick, Regen Pressen Kick.

8-Hit Combos
8-Hit combos are unlocked during Episode# 4.

The main outline of 8-Hit combo is Kick, Kick, Kick, Punch, Punch, Punch, Punch and Kick. Performing these combos will allow you to gain 50 PMP points and will help you level faster.

You necessarily don’t have to use 8-Hit combos on the tough enemies only. You can always use these combos on different enemies and gain some health and decrease Cooldown on your S-Pressens.

8-Hit combos are very lengthy so you don’t have to worry about always completing them. Just make sure you are using right Pressens with these combos and you are good to go.

8-Hit Combo Examples

  • Launcher Pressen Kick, Power Pressen Kick, Chain Pressen Kick, Power Pressen Punch, Power Pressen Punch, Chain Pressen Punch, Chain Pressen Punch, Chain Pressen Kick (1065 Damage)
  • Launcher Pressen Kick, Cooldown Pressen Kick, Cooldown Pressen Kick, Chain Pressen Punch, Power Pressen Punch, Regen Pressen Punch, Chain Pressen Punch, Chain Pressen Kick (690 Damage)
  • Launcher Pressen Kick, Regen Pressen Kick, Chain Pressen Kick, Regen Pressen Punch, Regen Pressen Punch, Chain Pressen Punch, Chain Pressen Punch, Chain Pressen Kick (110 Damage)
  • Launcher Pressen Kick, Cooldown Pressen Kick, Chain Pressen Kick, Cooldown Pressen Punch, Cooldown Pressen Punch, Chain Pressen Punch, Power Pressen Punch, Chain Pressen Kick (400 Damage)

S-Pressens

You can call S-Pressens as kind of special attacks that drain one bar from your Focus meter. Focus meters fills in as Nilin attacks someone or get herself attacked. S-Pressens not only deal a good amount of damage but there are some enemies within the game that are only defeated by using S-Pressens on them.

Therefore, it is advised that you don’t spam around with S-Pressens unless you have a lot Focus available.

Another thing that should be noted here is; you can increase Nilin’s Focus abilities to a great extent by finding all the 15 Focus Boosts hidden in the city of Neo-Paris throughout the game.

Following are the types of S-Pressen at your disposal in the game:

Sensen Fury
Sensen Fury is unlocked during the Episode# 1.

It has a total duration of 6 seconds while the Cooldown time is 66 seconds.

If you have played Batman then you must be familiar with this one. Sensen Fury allows Nilin to flow freely from one enemy to another and keep on hitting them.

You don’t have to follow any of the specific button patterns to bring out your other Pressens. Instead, you can just keep on mashing punches and kicks and do a good amount of damage.

All you need to do is target enemies you wish to hit and keep on spamming those kicks and punches. However, you must know that your combos are interrupted if Nilin is attacked by an enemy. Moreover, Nilin is vulnerable to enemy attacks during Sensen Fury.

We would also advise you NOT to use Sensen Fury on enemies like Robots and Elite Enforcers. This S-Pressen is very useful for taking out large group of enemies quickly.

Sensen DOS
Sensen DOS is unlocked during Episode# 3.

Sensen DOS has a total duration of 10 seconds while it’s Cooldown time is 180 seconds.

Sensen DOS has multiple purposes that include disabling all the senses nearby, stunning enemies and revealing the invisible enemies.

Performing Sensen DOS leaves all the enemies vulnerable to your any attack and is quite helpful during the boss battles. Moreover, using Sensen DOS restricts the teleportation of many Mourner and Strangler Leapers hence making them an easy target.

Sensen DOS works great on almost all enemies comprising of Enforcers, Leapers and Robots but you should not use it against Elite Enforcers and Reconversion Leapers.

Logic Bomb
Logic Bomb is unlocked during Episode# 4.

Logic Bomb has a range of almost 4.5 meters and the explosion has a damage of 300. While the Cooldown time for this S-Pressen is 3 minutes.

As the name suggests, Logic Bomb is an explosive bomb which has a very good amount of damage and destroys any target in range. It is very useful in destroying Heavy Enforcer’s Shields which can’t be done with normal attacks.

Another great thing about this S-Pressen is that it can be attached to any enemy given they don’t have a shield. And

Nilin becomes invincible while planting the bomb on an enemy. So you can place it on an enemy surrounded by many enemies and blast them off.

Also, note that Logic Bombs usually explode roughly one second after their placement therefore leaving a very minute time-frame to escape the area. So keep this in mind!

It is also advised not planting it on an Elite Enforcer because of its shield.

Rust in Pieces
Rust in Pieces is unlocked during Episode# 4.

This S-Pressen has a Cooldown timing of 180 seconds with a Nephilim Blast damage of 300 and Seraphim Bolt damage of
20.

Rust in Pieces Pressen allows Nilin to turn Robots to her side and fight the Enforcers and other enemies for her.

Targeting a Seraphim with Rust in Pieces will make them fly and attack other enemies with bolts before they self-destruct.

This also comes in very handy during boss battles and encountering enemies that are farther away from you. However, don’t think about using it with Elite Enforcers around.

For Elite Enforcers, you should use Rust in Pieces on a Nephilim to turn it into an ally so that it sucks all enemies in range towards itself and then blast them off when it self-destructs.

Sensen Camo
You can unlock Sensen Camo during Episode# 6.

This S-Pressen has a Cooldown time of 180 seconds while it makes you invisible for about 30 seconds.

The purpose of this S-Pressen is to turn Nilin invisible and quickly perform a Memory Overload. However, Nilin becomes visible if she attacks someone or uses another S-Pressen. And also the time frame for this S-Pressen is quite short so make most out of it.

For performing a Memory Overload, you need to sneak past an enemy and press the button when prompted. Sensen Camo is amazing against Elite Enforcers as it provides a quick and risk-free way of eliminating these foes easily.

Another thing to keep in mind is; you can use it on one enemy at a given time so make sure to have your Cooldown Pressen stacked up in a combo. Use your Cooldown Pressen combos to decrease the Cooldown time for Sensen Camo and then take out another Elite Enforcer with it. Keep on repeating the process.

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