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Looking Forward to Remember Me

Posted December 3, 2012 by Noxxic in Previews
Remember Me

Remember Me is Capcom’s newest take on a futuristic, third-person assassination game. It’s around the year 2084, and corporate companies have developed a software that allows them to erase the entire memory with the push of a button. It was developed for other reasons at first, but now greed has stricken again, as the bosses of the corporations have decided to use this technology to erase the memories of high ranking political figures. Just doing a little bit of research and checking out the little gameplay that has been released, I can tell that this game is going to be a keeper.

The story is solid as players will take on the role of the protagonist Nilin, who was a “memory hunter”, who has had her memory erased by the company she works for. Having her memory erased by this company has made her go rogue and she is searching for her memory, which is scattered throughout the futuristic, urban area. The most interesting aspect of this game is the combat, which is one hundred percent customizable . Players can create their own combos using the immense amount of moves that Nilin uses while she is fighting different kinds of enemies. Using guns and a crazy amount of acrobatics and free style, live-action combat.

Capcom has done an amazing thing with this game, even since they showed their gameplay at Gamescom. Several things have happened since they showed the gameplay videos and using feedback from those that were lucky enough to view it a while back. The only negative that I can see myself is that there is a lot of quick-time events that come with this combat, and I am not a fan of quick-time events in that I think that they are lazy and an easy way out.

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  • Jmanx

    I’m looking forward to this one, looks way different.

  • codkid77

    I like the running system in this one, looks really interactive.

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