|Platform Win, 360, PS3||Publisher Capcom||Developer Dontnod Entertainment||Release Date 2013-06-04|
By Arthur Gies on Jun 03, 2013 06.03.13
After a series of wars has wrecked much of Remember Me's Europe and civilization as we know it, the world has been rebuilt by governments working hand in hand with massive corporations. It's a cyberpunk future out of books like Neuromancer and Snow Crash, though Dontnod has added its own fundamental premise: the commoditization of memory. In Neo-Paris, memories are everything — memory is a product, a currency, even a medical treatment. But in the grand tradition of cyberpunk futures, there's more happening beneath Neo-Paris's busy surface than there seems, and Memorize, the corporation that created the Sensen device that converts memories into data, is at the center of it. Remember Me opens as the memory hunter Nilin awakes in Neo-Paris's Old Bastille prison robbed...
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By Dave Tach on Feb 17, 2014 02.17.14
Remember Me for PlayStation 3 and Street Fighter X Tekken for PlayStation Vita will join the Instant Game Collection for PlayStation Plus subscribers tomorrow, Feb. 18, according to a post today on the PlayStation Blog. Dontnod Entertainment's Remember Me places players in a futuristic Paris. As Nilin, players unravel a conspiracy, construct combos and reconstruct memories, all of which you can learn about in Polygon's Remember Me review. Street Fighter X Tekken is Dimps Corporation's handheld fighting mashup between Capcom's Street Fighter universe and Bandai Namco's Tekken series. The PS Vita version also allows owners to play against those with the PS3 port. Other games joining the Instant Game Collection in February include Metro: Last Light and Payday 2 for PS3, Outlast for...
By Tracey Lien on Feb 10, 2014 02.10.14
Overkill Software's co-op shooter Payday 2 will be free to download as of tomorrow for PlayStation Plus members, according to the PlayStation Blog. The game will join the Instant Game Collection and will be available for PlayStation 3 users. Other PS3 titles joining the Instant Game Collection in February include Dontnod Entertainment's Remember Me and 4A Games' Metro: Last Light. During this month, PlayStation Plus members will also receive discounts on Blood Knights and DrawSlasher.
By Emily Gera on Jan 31, 2014 01.31.14
Remember Me developer Dontnod is reportedly filing for bankruptcy, according to a number of French media outlets including games website Factor News. The Paris-based studio is said to have filed for "redressement judiciaire," an equivalent to bankruptcy in France, while financial website Societe states the company has already been assigned legal representation. We've reached out to the developer for further information regarding the status of the studio. Dontnod was founded by Criterion's Oskar Guilbert and released its first title Remember Me last year. Published by Capcom, the game launched on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Windows PC following a slight delay for its release in Europe. Remember Me received an 8 out of 10 review from Polygon, which states the game "suffers when it...
By Samit Sarkar on Jan 30, 2014 01.30.14
Six games across PlayStation platforms will become free downloads for PlayStation Plus subscribers during the month of February, Sony announced today. As previously announced, Red Barrels Games' horror title Outlast will launch on PlayStation 4 in February and will be the free game of the month for the console. It will also be available free for PS Plus subscribers in Europe. Three PlayStation 3 titles will be available free in February to PS Plus members: Dontnod Entertainment's third-person action game Remember Me, 4A Games' post-apocalyptic shooter Metro: Last Light and Overkill Software's heist shooter Payday 2. PlayStation Vita owners who are PS Plus subscribers will be able to download two games for free: Dimps and Capcom's Street Fighter X Tekken and SCE San Diego Studio's M...
By Samit Sarkar on Nov 20, 2013 11.20.13
Capcom cut prices for the downloadable versions of some recent releases yesterday, including Remember Me and Okami HD. HexaDrive's high-definition remaster of Clover Studio's PlayStation 2 cult classic Okami is now available for $13.99 on PlayStation Network, 30 percent cheaper than its previous price of $19.99. Capcom also implemented permanent price drops on both PSN and the Xbox Games Store for three of its 2013 releases. Dontnod Entertainment's Remember Me (originally $59.99), Spark Unlimited's Lost Planet 3 (orig. $59.99) and Capcom's Resident Evil: Revelations HD (orig. $49.99) are each available for $39.99 now.
By Dave Tach on Oct 14, 2013 10.14.13
Telltale Games' video game character-infused Poker Night 2 will be free to PlayStation Plus members starting Oct. 15, according to a post on the PlayStation Blog today. Poker Night 2 is regularly $9.99, and you can check out Polygon's review to learn more about what it's like to ante up with characters like Claptrap from Borderlands, Brock Samson from The Venture Bros., Ash from Army of Darkness and Sam from the Sam and Max series while Portal's GLaDOS deals. Sony is also adding six Ultimate Editions to the PlayStation Store, which bundle the full game with all downloadable content. PS Plus members will also receive extra discounts on the following through Oct. 21: Crysis 3 for $44.99 or $26.94 for PS Plus members Dead Space 3 for $78.99 or $37.44 for PS Plus members Tom...
By Dave Tach on Oct 10, 2013 10.10.13
Many Capcom games and their add-ons are discounted on Steam to celebrate the company's 30th anniversary from Oct. 10-14, according to the sale's official Steam page. Games discounted 40-70 percent include the following: Dead Rising 2 for $9.99 (regularly $19.99) DmC: Devil May Cry for $24.99 (regularly $49.99) Lost Planet 3 for $29.99 (regularly $49.99) Remember Me for $24.99 (regularly $49.99) Resident Evil 6 for $19.99 (regularly $39.99) Super Street Fighter 4: Arcade Edition for $7.49 (regularly $29.99) Capcom and Steam are also offering discounts on several bundles, including: Capcom Action Hits Bundle, which includes Bionic Commando: Rearmed, Dead Rising 2: Off the Record, Dead Rising 2, Devil May Cry 4, Lost Planet 2, Resident Evil 5, Resident Evil 6 and Super...
By Dave Tach on Jun 24, 2013 06.24.13
Remember Me: The Pandora Archive, an e-book prequel to Capcom's recent action game, is available now and tells the story of the events leading up to the game. The Pandora Archive is set several months before Remember Me and tells the story of the memory hunter protagonist Nilin and her quest to uncover the truth behind a series of bombings in Neo-Paris directed at the Memorize Corporation. The e-book by Scott Harrison weighs in at 130 pages and is available now for $3.99 on Amazon. It will also make its way to other retailers like Kobo and Google Play, according to Capcom. Fore more on Remember Me's video game incarnation, which is available now on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Windows PC, be sure to read and watch Polygon's review. You can also get more book-based Remember Me with the...
By John Funk on Jun 04, 2013 06.04.13
A trailer out from Capcom marks the launch of Dontnod Entertainment's dystopian action-adventure Remember Me. In the year 2084, memories have become something that can be removed and traded thanks to the Sensen technology that is the sole domain of the monolithic Memorize corporation. Protagonist Nilen awakes to find that her memory is wiped and is informed that she used to be one of the leading revolutionaries against Memorize, but without her memories there's no way to be sure. Polygon's official review of the game found it an ambitious story-driven title with unique mechanics and an enthralling fiction, though the gameplay didn't always live up to the setting of Neo-Paris in the year 2084. Remember Me is out today for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Windows PC.
By Alexa Ray Corriea on May 31, 2013 05.31.13
Remember Me's main protagonist Nilin went through three very different design iterations before the team finally settled on her current look, according to creative director Jean-Maxime Moris. Speaking in a video Q&A shared on Capcom Unity, Moris said Nilin's first prototype looked nothing like the version included in the final game, and appeared more like a character that had stepped out of Bladerunner. She wore khaki pants and a knee-length clear raincoat, an outfit inspired by the idea of global warming and staving off rain. As the game's focus shifted away from climate and more to memories, so did Nilin's design. Nilin's second prototype was "much more of a character that could take on missions" and designed to look like a spy. At one point she was clad in suit made of "futuristic...