Step in the shoes of memory hunter Nilin, during her journey to recover her memory and take down the memory manipulation corporation called Memorize
Capcom has announced that Remember Me, a third person action adventure game developed by Paris based DONTNOD Entertainment, is available now across North America for PC, Xbox 360 and PS3 - the game will launch in Europe on June 7. Remember Me transports gamers to 2084 and the city of Neo-Paris where, thanks to a device known as the Sensen, its citizens can now digitize their memories and then not just share but trade or sell them. These citizens are blissfully ignorant to the way that their memories are being used by the company behind the Sensen technology, Memorize, and how their overuse of technology is eroding their identity. It is only the Errorists, led by Edge, who see the threat and, with the help of the game’s protagonist, Nilin, set about to bring the corporation down.
Former elite memory hunter Nilin has the ability to break into people's minds and steal or even remix their memories. The authorities, fearful of her knowledge and capabilities arrest her and erase her memory. After her escape from prison, Nilin sets out on a mission to recover her identity, a search that sees her turn from hunter to hunted. On Nilin's journey through Neo-Paris, players will experience a diverse mix of combat, boss fights and platforming alongside exploration, puzzles and the unique memory remix sections.
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