Memory-hunting sci-fi parkour game ‘Remember Me’ announced at Gamescom

Remember Me

By on August 15, 2012 at 4:01 pm

Check out this trailer for newly announced title Remember Me. It looks heavily influenced by other games like Assassin’s Creed and maybe a bit of Mirror’s Edge, and is quite reminiscent of upcoming Watch Dogs – but it also looks like a detailed and interesting game in its own right. You play as Nilin, an athletic martial artist who is also, by the way, a memory hunter. She breaks into people’s minds to erase or change their memories to influence their actions, which she shows to great effect in the trailer. Check it out below.

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I think I just joygasimed.

 

Breaks into people’s minds?! INCEPTION!

 

what is this coming to, all platforms?

 

Interesting premise but what was shown didn’t look particularly engaging to me.

 

wyver,

PC, Xbox 360, PS3

 

When the trailer dropped yesterday I was really impressed, now im just waiting for Wednesday for them to release more footage of this awesome sci-fi game.

 

exe3:
Interesting premise but what was shown didn’t look particularly engaging to me.

Yeah, I’m with you on this one. Its ok, but, doesn’t really have anything revolutionary. Concept is cool, but the execution, ehhh…

 

Looked very interesting to me. The world looked very nice, not in terms of shinyness, but in terms of setting, and I’m interested in the protaganist too, and more details about the world.

 

Watching that strangely makes me feel like playing Assassin’s Creed 2, and yeah looks cool, hopefully it plays as good

 

Mmm, that setting with a solid story and it could be a really good bit of fun. Hopefully it’s story driven anyway, I’d hate it if the narrative was only there to drive the game mechanics.

 
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