Capcom and DONTNOD Entertainment's Remember Me is an ambitious third-person action game, which is out this week on PS3, 360 and PC:
- The game is set in Neo-Paris in 2084, in a world where a company called Memorise has set up a surveillance state by offering a product which allows consumers to remix and recall memories.
- A group of rebels, of which the player character Nilin is one, have formed to try and take down the mega-corporation.
- Living underground are a race of memory-overdosed sub-humans called Leapers.
- Gameplay includes, platforming, stealth and beat-em-up action.
- The game borrows from such cyberpunk settings as Aeon Flux and such literary works as George Orwell's 1984.
- The main character has to fight for her own identiy after her memory is wiped by Memorise.
- Combat is non-fatal, but involves a wide-variety of third-person moves and takedowns.
- There will be customiseable combos.
- You can steal memories from targets, rearrange them and insert them into others to confuse and bewilder enemies.
- The game is out on Thursday 6th June on PS3 and 360 (AUD$89.95 or NZD$109.95) and PC (AUD$69.95 or NZD$99.95).