My biggest f*ckup of 2012 was missing an interview opportunity at gamescom to find out more about new Capcom IP Remember Me. I'm sorry about that, and I'll do better for you in the near future. This game looks too good to not be all over it.
For now, check out this hot direct feed video of Remember Me. It's a full 10 minutes of gameplay that sets up the story and environment, shows off movement and combat, and even teaches you to say 'f*cker' in a new accent (3:09 mark).
Sh*t gets real at about the 6:00 mark. I'm still not 100 percent on what's going on here with the combat system, but I like it. Or at least how it looks. Oh, and I'm going to attempt to open doors just like this from now on. *holds out hand toward door*
What do you think about how it's looking so far? My only beef is the voice acting, though I've heard worse.
Remember Me is due out early 2013.
|8:00 PM on 05.08.2013|
Pre-order Remember Me and get some Street Fighter moves
I'm just going to cut to the curious chase here: if you decide to pre-order the upcoming memory-punching, lady-starring, Capcom-published game Remember Me from either Best Buy, Amazon, or Steam, you'll be granted t...more
|3:00 PM on 05.07.2013|
Remember Me exclusive music samples, composer commentary
Are you looking forward to Remember Me next month? I've been looking forward to the game's soundtrack, composed by Olivier Deriviere, who some may know from Alone in the Dark and Of Orcs and Men.We're now getting a sense of w...more
|10:00 AM on 05.06.2013|
Preview: Remember Me is certainly memorable
We've covered Dontnod's upcoming Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 game, Remember Me, a fair bit before, with a meaty first look, a shorter preview and even an interview with the game's creative director, Jean-Max Moris. B...more
|12:00 PM on 05.03.2013|
Remember Me gets all up into your head with this trailer
Remember Me creative director Jean-Max Morris gets into the role that memory plays in new trailer. Think about this: If memories make up who you are, and those memories are taken away, then who are you? Also, think about thi...more
|1:00 PM on 04.07.2013|
PC specs for Remember Me released
With Remember Me launching June 4, Capcom has seen fit to put out the list of requirements for Dontnod Entertainment's upcoming memory-manipulating action-adventure game. I remember being excited for Remem...more
|4:15 PM on 04.05.2013|
Remember Me devs discuss designing a female lead
Remember Me is an exciting new title Capcom plans to publish this coming June, and put together by Paris-based developers Dontnod Entertainment. The intriguing cyberpunk adventure follows Nilin, an elite memory hunter who tr...more
|1:00 AM on 04.05.2013|
The enemies in Remember Me sure look freaky
Capcom has a new trailer for Remember Me, which features a few enemy types, outcast mutants of some sort, robots, etc. There's also a perfectly fine amount of the main character, Nilin, engaging with these antagonists. It al...more
|4:00 PM on 04.03.2013|
Interview: Social networking gone bad in Remember Me
I recently got the chance to attend Anaheim Wondercon 2013, swinging by the Capcom booth in hopes of scoring some cool Monster Hunter swag. I must admit however, it was a bit disappointing to see how heavily the company conti...more
|8:00 AM on 03.23.2013|
PAX: Remember Me could use some fine-tuning
I really want Remember Me to do well. It has an awesome Bladerunner-esque setting going for it, a strong, interesting female lead, and it takes some interesting risks to boot. But based on the hands-on demo I tried today...more
|11:45 AM on 02.27.2013|
Remember Me coming out on June 4 in North America
Remember Me will be out on the PC, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360 on June 4 in North America, and June 7 in Europe. The third-person cyberpunk-ish action game where you hunt down memories also got this new trailer that gives a ...more
|2:01 AM on 05.20.2013|
Review: Resident Evil Revelations (Wii U)
Resident Evil Revelations was a great action horror title. So good, it absolutely humiliated Resident Evil 6 by being superior in every single way -- a fact made especially delicious considering it was a 3DS game in contrast ...more
|5:00 PM on 05.18.2013|
Buy the Mega Man 5 OST and fend off the 'Blues'
After nearly a month since the last soundtrack release, Capcom has made available the Mega Man 5 OST to celebrate the classic platformer's arrival on the 3DS eShop. As with the MM4 OST, the album costs $8.95 and contains both...more
|9:30 PM on 05.16.2013|
Resident Evil Revelations: What version do we review?
[Update: Poll CLOSED! Wii U dominated. Look forward to our review soon. Update: MAJOR upset! It has come to light that a PC copy WILL be made available for review purposes, and will be added as a late starter in the poll. A P...more