By: cinderkin Aug 17, 2012 | 2 Comments
Capcom has stated that Remember Me will fit largely into their future plans. We may be getting a lot more of this game after it comes out.
“When Dontnod showed us their content it really jumped out,” explained Capcom’s US and Europe marketing chief Michael Pattison. “And we couldn’t not work with them. It is to a view that this will be a long-term partnership with them. This is Capcom’s IP. We do intend to work on it for a long time to come.”
“It is something that we see as having a long-term future, and we are investing in accordingly.”
This is good news considering Sony only dumped the game less than a year ago.
This game is looking really good. goukijones isn't hyped, but he's a naub. What do you think?
You can look forward to Remember Me next May.
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At this years Gamescon Capcom has unvieled a brand new IP titled Remember Me. Click to check out the trailer.
In a generation filled with sequels and prequels, with Capcom being one of the prime offenders with it's upcoming Resident Evil 6, Devil May Cry, and Lost Planet 3 to name a few. Capcom has released info on a brand new game tilted Remember Me.
The game has you taking on the character Nilin, a cyber memory hunter in a futuristic world based in Paris 2048. Nilin has the ability to enter the mids of victims and alter them or erase them completly. Sounds to me like it's going to be one awesome game. From the gameplay trailer I see hints of Assassin's Creed, Batman Arkham City, and Dues Ex all in one. I'm excited.
What are your thoughts? Does this look like something you'd play? Tell us what you think in the comments. Don't be a Jimmy!
Capcom nabbed the rights to the recently unveiled IP Remember me. Developer Dontnod stated the game was originally exclusive for the PS3.
Previously a Sony Exclusive under the title Adrift is now a multiplatform game newly titled Remember Me. Set for a release date of May 2013 Dontnod has been working on this title for the last 4 years.
According to Co-Founder of Dontnod Oskar Guilbert the team originally started out as a five man team and has now grown to over 100.
"We didn't show the game last year, but we showed concept artwork. This project is not exactly the same, it is an evolution. The concept of what we had with Sony was different," stated Guilbert.
He also added "Sony wanted to focus on a different type of game and we don't really fit with that. But we're in a very good relationship with them. They stopped a number of games last year at Sony and we took back the IP rights and were able to continue to develop it thanks to the support of the investors. We were then able to sign the game to a publisher whose portfolio is a better fit for the game,"
With the rumors of the next generation of titles hitting next year, most developers have been content with just releasing sequels. I’ve noticed this with that being very evident with the high amount of HD Collections and such as of recently this generation. Most are waiting until the next generation to release new IPs.
Dontnod has other ideas. "New IP on the current generation is a good thing because the installed base is huge. And with not so many new IP titles we have much more space on the market, especially as we're not waiting to launch in a new platform. It's a challenge but we feel it can work.”Guilbert mentions.
"It's the right time for us. We've announced the release date and now we've got nine months of communication to work on."
“Remember Me” will be releasing next year on the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC. Check back at Gouki.com for more info on the game as it comes.
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By: goukijones Sep 6, 2012 | 1 Comments
This is my first look of what Remember Me will actually play like. The video is time stamped with my takes for your viewing pleasure. I'd love to hear what you thought in the comments.
0:34 Video actually starts.
1:20 Quality voice acting.
1:45 Classic video game cliche, front door is locked so guy on the computer has to find another way in.
2:40 The graphics are stunning. The running and jumping doesn't look smooth at all. A poor man's Mirror's Edge/Uncharted.
3:50 This Jimmy in the helicopter is a good shot.
4:17 Open doors with a power glove, heard. Kinect mechanic?
5:00 The combat looks okay. Batman ricochet fighting style. Bouncing from 1 enemy to another.
5:05 Holy shit over the top violence!
5:20 Maybe that isn't blood.
6:20 Oh shit! It just turned into Deus Ex.
6:27 Planting the bomb on the guy is the coolest thing I've seen so far.
6:34 Why isn't he shooting into the window now? As good as a shot he was early, he wouldn't miss in this room.
6:35 Oh there he goes! Terrible.
7:05 Is that shit killing the security guards or what?
8:43 I thought it said steal money at first. lol. This game is being played on he PS3.
9:12 All of the sudden, can't hit shit.
9:21 Video actually ends.
9:35 A Facebook website. Sad face. This game is so cheap it doesn't even have it's own website.
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Week of June 4th, 2013 PSN store update. Deals and Sales for ya Jimmy!
PS3 Full Game
Remember Me ($59.99) Neo-Paris. 2084. Personal memories can now be digitized, bought, sold and traded. The last remnants of privacy and intimacy have been swept away in what appears to be a logical progression of the explosive growth of social networks at the beginning of the 21st century. Remember Me is a 3rd person action adventure where players take on the role of Nilin, a former elite memory hunter with the ability to break into people’s minds and steal or even alter their memories.
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