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Remember Me reveals some backstory with esoteric art-journal

14 May 2013  by   Peter Parrish
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Remember Me

Yep, Remember Me is a French game alright. If there was any doubt before, this latest promotional piece confirms it.

So, in 2084 there’s a company called Memorize who own pretty much all memories. How did the world reach this situation, where past experiences can be bought and traded? According to this very curious art-journal promotional presentation, it all began with Antoine Cartier-Wells’ creation of the ‘Sensen engine'; a device or technique (or something) for storing memory.

It’s a somewhat unusual way to present the backstory for your game, but more power to developers Dontnod for doing something weird.

If you want a somewhat more straightforward ‘seriously, what is Remember Me actually like to play?’ trailer, you can view one below. The game will be released on 7 June and at the very least looks and sounds rather fascinating.

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  1. sorudo

    this game looks both open and closed at the same time, i really don’t know but somehow when just looking at this video i can imagine a really big open world but with a linear story line that eventually makes you end the game entirely.
    still, it looks good and it has promise, can’t wait to see something more detailed then random parts.

    May 14, 2013 at 11:32 pm

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