What if you could seal away all your bad memories, while making all your best memories as clear as the day you experienced them? Capcom and Dontnod's Remember Me throws you headlong into a running fight through the utopian streets of 2084 Neo Paris, but is this stylish newcomer worth your time? FRAPPEZ LE SAUT for our full review!
Capcom offers a hint of the past that haunts Nilin—protagonist of developer Dontnod's memory-remixing action game Remember Me—in a new live-action trailer. Watch as the stage is set after the jump.
A big part of Remember Me's combat has to do with customizing your own moves in the Combo Lab. Well, Capcom is tossing in some classic moves from the Street Fighter series as a pre-order incentive, gifting protagonist Nilin with the ability to bust out a Flash Kick, Spinning Bird Kick, and Dragon Punch. Video and more past the break.
In a new trailer for Capcom and developer DONTNOD's action game Remember Me, Creative Director Jean Maxime-Moris takes some time to explain the chief mechanic of stealing and remixing memories. See that, background information on Remember Me's world, and more in the video after the jump.
If the latest Remember Me trailer is any indication, Memory Hunters do a ton of fighting, and it looks like protagonist Nilin has her hands full with plenty of enemies to take on in Neo-Paris. Watch the action unfold after the jump.
No matter how many examples one can pull up in an instant, it remains true that women protagonists in gaming are still a minority. For every Lara Croft there are a few dozen dudes, but despite this, developer Dontnod always thought a leading lady was the only route for their upcoming sci-fi action game, Remember Me. It's too bad, then, that so many publishers didn't see it that way. Read on for more.
Remember Me, the memory-altering action game from Capcom and developer Dontnod, looks to be shaping up nicely in the latest trailer. Along with a concise overview of the plot, the trailer also offers the firm North American release date of June 4. Check it out after the jump.