A new video from Capcom shows how players will be able to use protagonist Nilin's memory-altering powers in the upcoming Remember Me.
In the year 2084, memories are freely shared thanks to a technology called Sensen, controlled by the monolithic Memorize corporation, and Nilin has the power to view the memories of her foes. These memories can help the player solve puzzles: The trailer shows Nilin reading guards' memories to enter key combinations or find her way through a minefield.
Nilin can also go into peoples' memories and look for glitches that she can change and exploit. In one man's memory, his lover leaves him and he angrily throws a bottle of liquor at her as she walks out the door. By knocking the liquor bottle off the table in the memory, the man now remembers going for...
A new trailer for Capcom's dystopian Remember Me shows the enemies that protagonist Nilin will encounter as she confronts the nefarious Memorize corporation.
These foes include the mutant Leapers, the enforcers of the S.A.B.R.E Force, and the robotic flying Nephilim and Seraphim. The trailer also shows off some boss encounters like Kid Xmas, another memory hunter, and the massive mechanical Zorn.
Remember Me is set in the city of Neo-Paris in the year 2084. It follows a young woman named Nilin in her quest to recover her memories from her former employer, a surveillance-state corporation called Memorize. Last month, developer Dontnod said that it had to fight to keep Nilin as the hero, because publishers were wary of games starring female protagonists.
Remember Me is scheduled for...
Remember Me, the futuristic third-person action game from Dontnod Entertainment, will launch June 4 on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Windows PC in North America, publisher Capcom announced today.
It will be released June 7 in Europe. The date is a slight delay; Capcom previously said Remember Me would launch in May.
Capcom released a new trailer today along with the release date announcement. The trailer focuses on Remember Me's story, which follows Nilin, a "memory hunter" in Neo-Paris in 2084, as she tries to find out who erased her own memory. The game will let players customize their experience in its Combo Lab, which allows players to craft combos in accordance with their play style.
For more on Remember Me, check out our preview from earlier this month.
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.
The Neo-Paris of Remember Me is Dontnod's vision of a city warped by events that have changed but not watered down its French culture, comparing the futuristic city to Akira's Neo-Tokyo, in a video recording of a Google Hangout with members of the development team.
"Many people asked us why don't [the people in the game] speak French," said. "We brought [the city] to being much more cosmopolitan than it is today, and English has become the main language to the city. It's not about us avoiding to be French, it's about us creating a believable background and history for the world."
Dontnod drew inspiration from 1982 sci-fi film Blade Runner when constructing Remember Me's futuristic dystopian atmosphere. Footage shown in a trailer presented at Gamescom earlier this year shows only one...