Remember Me announces June 6 launch date with new trailer

Remember Me

By on March 1, 2013 at 5:28 pm

Capcom’s memory-hunting adventure Remember Me has revealed its Australian launch date of June 6, and released a new trailer to celebrate. Although the game comes quite out of left field — a completely new IP, announced very close to launch — the production values seem high and the premise intriguing. Take a look below:

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Oh I’d forgotten about this game. *ducks*

 
spkypwnsuall

vcatkiller,

Its been pretty quiet, like watch dogs and a few other games. They sprung up a while back with a trailer or 2, then sunk away till early Q2. No clue why though. Guess everyone is going for a mid year release date.
I can hear my wallet sobbing already…

 

Been intrigued by this one for quite some time now, good to finally get a release date.
I guess RE:Revelations HD won’t be the only Capcom game to pick up during that time period ;)

 

spkypwnsuall,

Good thing the game’s called “Remember Me” then. :P

 

It feels like it’s flying too far under the radar to end up being something game changing and spectacular to me. It’s probably going to end up being an entertaining and novel little game but it won’t be executed in a fashion as to make it the next Assassin’s Creed or anything. Or at least that’s the vibe i’m getting from it given how little info they’ve been giving out about the title.

 

The voice actors are really letting the team down on this one.

 
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