New trailer for Remember Me shows new footage, gameplay and characters

Remember Me

By on January 9, 2013 at 6:53 pm

I continue to be intrigued by this game. I’m just not sure what to think of Remember Me yet. Part stealth, part action. Part Assassin’s Creed, part Lara Croft. This latest trailer shows you a little bit more of the game than we’ve had so far, a bit more of the gameplay and a bit more of the world. It is a high-tech world with creepy robots and implanting memories.

The premise intrigues, but will the gameplay pan out? Watch this trailer below, and tell us what you think. Will Remember Me be on your ‘must buy’ list, or can it wait till a big sale?

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Looking forward to this new IP very much

 

Looks very Ghost In The Shell universe sort of setup. Of course, as cool as that sounds, this is Capcom – they tend to be fairly slipshod when it comes to the quality of their writing.

For example, Resident Evil. Seriously, in 5, Wesker’s and Chris’s dialogue can be broken down like this –

Chris Redfield – You are a bad guy!
Wesker – Ha Ha Ha! I am a very bad guy!
*Battle*

 

Chris Redfield – Are you ok???
Wesker – Nyesss!
*Battle*

Fixed :D

 
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