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This week's PlayStation Plus update offers up a pair of titles; one for your home console and one for gamers on the go to enjoy. PlayStation 3 owners can enjoy a title that flew almost completely under the radar, the appropriately named Remember Me, while Vita gamers can kick and punch on a smaller scale thanks to a promotional copy of Street Fighter X Tekken.
If you thought the January PlayStation Plus lineup was pretty outstanding (which it certainly was), then you may want to brace yourself for another dousing in awesome sauce as Sony announces upcoming titles for February, including a spot on the Instant Game Collection for games like Metro: Last Light, Outlast and Street Fighter X Tekken.
There was something I was supposed to tell you, but I forget what it is...Ah yes! Now I remember. Remember Me, that is. It's releasing this week and, over on the PlayStation Network, it's kicking off this week's list of new content as a day-one digital download.
A lot of gamers were on the fence about Dontnod's Remember Me, a futuristic sci-fi thriller where players assume the role of Nilin, the memory hunter. Despite a very fascinating premise and a sexy setting in a neo-noir Paris, many reviewers all had the same complaints about the game: There just wasn't enough interactivity.
Dark Horse and Capcom have teamed up to create an art book for Remember Me. The Art of Remember Me is now available for pre-order through Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and other retailers.
Capcom announced the official system requirements for futuristic adventure Remember Me this weekend. A new set of accompanying screenshots show what a high-end computer can do with the game.
Capcom released a new trailer for Remember Me featuring an overview of some of the class enemies called “It's Time To Fight”. The trailer outlines the main character's ability to open up a can on a wide assortment of enemies ranging from mutant jumpers to cybernetically roided up behemoths.
Capcom has sent out a fresh trailer for multi-platform adventure Remember Me. The new gameplay footage is accompanied by the official release date.
Capcom's upcoming cyberpunk-thriller Remember Me is shaping up to be a sort of futuristic version of Assassin's Creed meets the cybermacy of Eidos' Deus Ex. Given the game's Parisian aesthetics fused with future-noir technocracy, the music needed a very special flair to capture both the human elements and the technological ones.
Capcom has issued a new trailer for the innovative action game Remember Me that focuses on its music. Composers Olivier Deriviere and John Kurlander are hoping to create a memorable experience.
Capcom released a new trailer for Remember Me showcasing tons of new gameplay and the game easily comes off as one of the potential new successors of the Assassin's Creed open-world genre. We get a lot more action-oriented gameplay and a sprawling, futuristic city working as the virtual playground in Capcom's new franchise.
Capcom and Dontnod Entertainment's upcoming third-person sci-fi action-drama, Remember Me, isn't all about resurrecting memories and screwing around with other people's thoughts. There's an elaborate fighting system involved and Dontnod's creative director gives gamers a walkthrough of how to utilize Nilin's Combo Lab abilities.
One of the most intriguing games on display at Gamescom last month was Capcom's Remember Me. The developer has released ten minutes of footage from the action-adventure game today.
If you were excited for Watch Dogs, the open-world cyber-thriller from Ubisoft, you'll probably want to check out Remember Me as well, considering that it's also an open-world cyber-thriller. Capcom's new title received seven whole minutes of gameplay footage and you may or may not be impressed by it.