Behind the music of Remember Me

Capcom released a video today detailing the music and sound production for its upcoming exploration and platforming role-playing game, Remember Me.

The 4:44 minute video features interviews with composers Olivier Deriviere and John Kuriander, who are responsible for the game's orchestral score. In the video Deriviere talks about the choice to use soft orchestral music instead of powerful synths and beats because he wanted the music to reflect the themes of the game. Deriviere and Kuriander also talk about the way in which glitchy sounds were introduced to the score to reflect the game's setting of Neo Paris.

In addition to music, the video also shows off brand new gameplay footage and cutscenes from the game. A gameplay trailer released in early January can be viewed below.

Remember Me is set to release on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Windows PC in May 2013.

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