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However lukewarm the reception was for Capcom's 'Remember Me', the majority of the reviewers agreed on one positive point about the game: its soundtrack was remarkable. Its composer, Olivier Deriviere adeptly uses various musical styles and consciously toys with familiar orchestral textures with positive results. As a cohesive soundtrack release, 'Remember Me's' compiled music conjures images of an unmade Philip K. Dick film.

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Capcom partners with author Scott Harrison and Orb Entertainment to create an e-book for their bind-moggling action game, "Remember Me."
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"Remember Me" is a game about loss and redemption in a society that has opted out of privacy in favor of blissful ignorance thanks to a revolutionary device that can digitize memories which can be shared and wiped. In this brave new world, these memories act as commodities to be bought, bargained, and sold for all your wants and needs. Nothing is secret and no memory is painful anymore -- the ideal of a Utopian society that shares all its thoughts while simply erasing the bad ones. However, an underground movement, started by a group calling itself "Errorists," believe that humanity is heading in the wrong direction and the privileged few aren't seeing the full picture. There's a dark side, you'll see, to messing around in people's noggins and it's not very pretty. This is all set up for our amnesiac protagonist, Nilin, to dole out justice against the evil Memorize corporation, save the forgotten populace of Neo-Paris, and win back her memories.

Dontnod Entertainment taps popular sci-fi themes and setting spanning everything from Total Recall to Blade Runner to Fifth Element with gameplay infusing "Batman: Arkham City" with "Uncharted." It's a lofty set of ideas that mostly fits together as a young studio attempts to embed itself into the minds of gamers.
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June 4th is coming up soon so Capcom and Dontnod are showing off their version of near future with the dystopian, memory hacking game, "Remember Me" hear in New York. Unfortunately, I didn't have enough time to check out the full demo as I was still nostalgie-tripping over "DuckTales" but I did get a few hands on moments with some combat and explored a bit of the seedy underbelly of Neo Paris.
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The Dontnod-developed futuristic action game is coming to consoles and the PC on June 4, and Capcom is taking you to New Paris of 2084 in this great-looking and terribly narrated story trailer.

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By Joseph Leray

For a game coming out in May, Capcom are keeping details on Dontnod Entertainment’s “Remember Me” close to the chest. I’ve been following the game pretty closely, and a nine-minute gameplay video and a short trailer earlier this year notwithstanding, the hype train is getting off to a slow start.

Nevertheless, Capcom posted a developer diary today featuring Olivier Deriviere and John Kurlander, the game’s composers. A behind-the-scenes look at “Remember Me”’s orchestral score may not sound like much, but Deriviere is a good host and pulls a lot of interesting design elements into his discussion. He’s talking about music, sure, but fans will also learn about the combat design, visual style, and story of “Remember Me.”

Plus, he’s got a great French accent, guaranteed to give everyone the vapors.
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By Joseph Leray

Capcom left “a late Christmas present” underneath our collective trees yesterday, in the form of a new gameplay trailer for Dontnod Entertainment’s Remember Me.

Here, we see intrepid memory hunter Nilin stalking Neo-Paris’ Latin Quarter, looking to pull some security codes out of her unsuspecting mark’s brain. The trailer seems to track this particular mission pretty closely -- we see Nilin climbing a building, fighting some guards, evading a helicopter, and eventually coming face-to-face with Kid Xmas.

The tussle with Kid Xmas takes place inside some sort of slapped together arena, complete with a stylized fight card. It’s all a bit on the nose, but the extra bit of camp reminds me of games like Killer 7 and Vanquish.
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Gamescom has come and gone but that trailer for Capcom and developer Dontnod's futuristic, memory remixing video game won't soon be forgotten. Now you can check out nine glorious minutes of gameplay featuring protagonist, Nilin, on the hunt for a memory from a very dangerous man.
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