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All Articles: Remember Me
Remember Me, developed by Dontnod Entertainment and published by Capcom, snuck up on me earlier this month. It’s a third-person action-adventure game which relies heavily on melee combat. From the outset, it seemed to be the full package, with stunning visuals, a fascinating female lead character, and a compelling story. But is it a game worth remembering, or a game you’d rather soon forget? (more…)
You’ll never forget today’s PlayStation Store update… and that’s not just a play on Capcom’s Remember Me! But yes, Capcom’s noirish third-person action game has been added to the PlayStation Store today alongside two fantastic games now available to download for the first time.
D3’s Earth Defense Force: Insect Armageddon was released for the PS3 in 2011 and a downloadable version is now available on the PlayStation Network. Shooting armored alien ants was fun two years ago and it’s still fun today.
Also available today is Playdead’s Limbo. The moody platformer was also originally released for the PS3 in 2011, but today’s re-release is for the Vita. Best of all, it’s a Cross-Buy game with the PS3 version.
More details about the above titles and a few other new releases (including Class of Heroes 2 for the PSP) can be found after the break. And the complete rundown of this week’s new game add-ons can be found at the PlayStation Blog. (more…)
Welcome to Summer! As is customary in the video game industry, the Summer is a notoriously slow time for new releases, but several new games and several big re-releases will be available in stores this first week of June.
This week’s biggest new release is Capcom’s Remember Me. The developers at Dontnod will bring their dystopian future of memory hunters and arena fighting (it’s like two great Arnold movies in one!) to the PS3, Xbox 360, and the PC through Steam.
Also available this week is the disc-based edition of Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition. Complete with all of the game’s updates, if you don’t like the idea of the Xbox Live Arcade (and considering Microsoft’s new policies, it’s understandable), now’s the best time to get Minecraft on your Xbox 360. And speaking of re-releases repackaged with tons of DLC, Bethesda will release The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim – Legendary Edition this week for the PC, PS3, and Xbox 360.
Skyrim’s Legendary Edition will be joined this week by Mojang’s similarly-named card battler Scrolls (PC). It will available through their website as a “paid beta,” much like the original release of Minecraft.
Finally this week, the epic “Rain-Slick Precipice of Darkness” storyline comes to an end as Penny Arcade’s On the Rain-Slick Precipice of Darkness 4 will be released for the PC and Xbox Live Indie Games Channel on Friday.
Capcom’s Remember Me is just a few days away from its June 4 release. To celebrate, the publisher has release a new live-action trailer, which serves as a prequel to the events of the game:
The latest Live Action trailer for Remember Me gives us a reflective and somber look into the final thoughts of Antoine, the Founder of Memorize, and shows Nilin being taken to the Bastille where she will wake at the beginning of the game.
Don’t you forget about it!
Capcom plans to talk about a ton of games at this year’s PAX East show, including two unannounced projects! The two games will be unveiled during the “World of Capcom” panel scheduled for Friday, March 22 at 12 Noon.
If you’ve got PAX East tickets and you miss the panel, be sure to swing by their booth as Darkstalkers Resurrection, Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen, Remember Me and Lost Planet 3 will all be playable on the show floor.
PAX East 2013 will be held March 22-24 in Boston and if you don’t have tickets, you’re too late. They officially sold out a day or two ago.
Capcom has announced that Remember Me will be available for the PC, PS3, and Xbox 360 on June 4 (June 7 in Europe).
The game, which was developed by Dontnod Entertainment, takes place in the futuristic city of Neo-Paris. Players will control “memory hunter” Nilin, who needs to remix people’s memories while trying to recover her own.
This new release date is a slight delay for Remember Me, which was originally expected to be released in May.
Take one part Total Recall and add in a dash of… actually that’s it. Capcom’s next original project, Remember Me, looks like a new twist on Philip K. Dick’s classic sci-fi story. But instead of the hulking hugeness of Arnold Schwarzenegger or the svelte suaveness of Colin Farrell, Remember Me stars Nilin, a female “memory hunter” who has had her own memory erased.
In the world of Remember Me, memory hunters “[have] the special ability to break into people’s minds and steal or even change their memories.” OK, so a dash of Inception made it into developer Dontnod’s first game as well.
This genre soup will reach stores in May 2013 on the PC, PS3, and Xbox 360. But you can check out the first trailer above. It’s pretty impressive, even if it does look a little familiar.