Remember Me – Developers Diary Video Shows More Gameplay Footage

Remember Me - New Gameplay Video released.

Posted By | On 03rd, May. 2013

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Jean –Maxime Moris the Creative Director of Remember Me discusses about the game’s main theme which are memories and how they affect the world of 2084. Remember Me is a third-person action adventure game that takes place in a futuristic surveillance society called Neo-Paris in the year 2084. Personal memories can be sold, bought and digitized.

Check out the six and a half minute trailer of Remember Me, it showcases exploration, combat and memory manipulation.

Let us know what you think of Remember Me in the comments section below. Stay tuned on GamingBolt for our review of Remember Me when it hits the store shelves this Summer.

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