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Remember Me is an upcoming video game developed by Dontnod Entertainment and published by Capcom. The game will be released for Playstation 3, Xbox 360, and PC platforms in May 2013. The player controls a the heroine Nilin, who must escape those pursuing her while piecing together her fragmented memory.
|Remember Me is set in Paris in the year 2084. In this future, nearly every living person is outfitted with brain implants that have an effect on memory. These implants make it possible to delete, trade, or exchange their own memories. The implants were developed and created by the corporation, Memorize. The control that Memorize has over the memories of people is astounding, and a group of underground activists, called the Errorists, are fighting against the control.|
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|Nilin is the protagonist of Remember Me. Nilin is a former elite memory hunter with the ability to break into people's minds and steal/alter their memories. The development of this skill made Nilin a priceless asset, but the authorities feared this power. She was captured and her memories were wiped completely cleaned. Nilin was able to escape from prison, hoping to recover her identity and memories. The search for her past leads to her being hunted by the those who created the surveillance society. As the game unfolds, Nilin will being to remember who she was and re-learns her fighting abilities that made her one of the world's most successful memory hunters.|
|Remember Me's gameplay is broken down into exploration, platforming, stealth, and melee combat. The game introduces a component known as 'memory remixing' which allows Niln to enter the memories of a target and manipulate them. Players accomplish this task by replaying a memory and modifying details as it occurs, allowing for a change in the target's recollection of the outcome. This altering can allow for a complete change in perspective of a target's self-image and the people around them, which can lead to grave consequences|
|The primary fighting mechanic of Remember Me is the use of Pressens, which could be considered families of fighting moves. Pressens can be organized to form chains, and players can build their own combos to suit their needs and situation. There are a total of 24 Pressens in all and players unlock new Presens by gaining Procedural Mastering Power (PMP) which is gathered from fallen enemies and successful combos. When the player connects enough combos, they can preform special moves, known as S-Pressens. By combining Pressens and combos, players will have access to a plethora of combat options.|
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