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Remember Me Announced

Capcom announces Remember Me, a "sleek" sci-fi action/adventure featuring a female protagonist named Nilin due for release on Windows and PlayStation 3 in May 2013 (apparently this is the game once known as ADRIFT). An announcement trailer gives a sense of the game (the top commenter calls it "Mirrors Edge meets Total Recall") and this remixed trailer features a whole bunch of gameplay footage inspiring this top rated comment: "It's like Assassin's Creed, Deus Ex and Watch Dogs had a baby." The Capcom Website notes they will be streaming some gameplay footage from gamescom, and in the meantime, here's word:

Today we're revealing the newest addition to our catalog: Remember Me, a sleek action/adventure set in Neo Paris, 2084, and starring Nilin (seen above), who's a memory hunter on the run.

As you can see from the trailer, this proposed future for humanity has basically done away with secrecy - memories can be bought and sold, and people can know anything about anyone for the right price. Nilin was the apparently one of the best at this, but somewhere along the line, wouldn't you know it, someone wiped her memory and now she's determined to figure out why.

Remember Me blends quick, acrobatic traversal with some equally nimble combat. However, one of the game's unique additions to the genre is the idea of "memory remixing," which can be seen in the video below:

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2. Re: Remember Me Announced Aug 14, 2012, 22:29 SimplyMonk
 
jacobvandy wrote on Aug 14, 2012, 22:24:
Not sure how I feel about random YouTube commenters being quoted in news stories...

As for the game itself, could be interesting.

It is a horrible practice that needs to stop. Quoting social media is next to just making shit up. Although, I did get a good laugh out of a video game advertisement I saw that included the following quote among a number more relevant ones:

"Meh." - Dr.Tankle829, Random YouTube User
 
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1. Re: Remember Me Announced Aug 14, 2012, 22:24 jacobvandy
 
Not sure how I feel about random YouTube commenters being quoted in news stories...

As for the game itself, could be interesting.
 
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