'Remember Me' gameplay footage forgoes stealth to parkour across Neo-Paris' rooftops

There's more to Remember Me than calculated stealth – there's combat and action to master as well, as demonstrated in ten minutes of uncut gameplay footage released by Capcom today.

There's more to Remember Me than calculated stealth – there's combat and action to master as well, as demonstrated in ten minutes of uncut gameplay footage released by Capcom today.

In the video, posted below, protagonist and Memory Hunter Nilin is caught as she attempts to break into Memoreyes HQ, searching for the keys to unlock her own memory. Her relentless pursuer drives her across the rooftops of Neo-Paris in an action sequence that echoes free-running styles similar to Assassin's Creed and Uncharted. Nilin leaps over obstacles, shimmies along hanging pipes, and dashes across walkways and fire-escapes in typical action-hero style.

We also get a taste of combat in Remember Me, as Nilin goes hand-to-hand with her attackers before – literally – blowing their minds.

Remember Me was announced earlier this summer at GDC Europe and is schedule to release in May 2013 for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC.

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