“Remember Me” Exclusive Screens!

Posted on March 21st, 2013

Here’s a treat – the PCGA has some brand new screenshots of freshman studio DONTNOD Entertainment’s upcoming Remember Me, a new game to be published by Capcom in June. The game represents a fresh IP, providing a groundbreaking blend of platforming, stealth, and combat in a futuristic open-world setting. Players will be able to enter and alter their enemy’s memories – an ability never seen in gaming before.

In case we didn’t give Capcom enough credit in our recent developer spotlight, the company deserves a big shout-out for taking this game on – other publishers passed on the game due to accessibility concerns regarding the female protagonist, Nilin. Three cheers for the maturation of the medium.

Check out the shots, and look out for Remember Me in June!

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