Capcom’s Remember Me wants to offer something different to gamers
No blood in the game.
If you are bored of first-person shooters, violent games then Remember Me is something that is up your alley, revealed Dotnod Entertainment.
“Video games have become such a formatted medium, but it’s the most powerful medium in the world and it has the most potential in the future. Yet everything is formatted,” creative director Jean-Maxime Moris said to CVG.
“How fucking stupid is this industry to only bet on those stereotypes? It’s the only thing you give people, they get accustomed to it and don’t want anything else.
“So yes, our character, Nilin, is mixed race, she is female, her sexual orientation is her private life, so I won’t go there.”
The game does not have a lot of violence but still offers some good action.
“She runs around, climbs, leaps, kicks guys’ asses, remixes their memories, only kills a few people – and does it all in a game with no blood.
“We made those choices to say: ‘look you can have something that’s kick ass, something that’s powerful, and you don’t need it to be ultraviolent’.”