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Remember Me: DONTNOD's Director Explains Memory Remixing In New Vid

Matt Gardner
Capcom, Dev diaries, DONTNOD Entertainment, Jean-Maxime Moris, Remember Me
Remember Me

Capcom have unveiled a new video for Remember Me that sees reative director Jean-Maxime Moris discussing how central protagonist Nilin can manipulate the emories of others to suit her advantage.

The game releases on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 over here on June 7th, hitting the US on June 4th.

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DivideByZero  May. 2, 2013 at 21:58

I can't listen to this... the voice sounds like a mix between Stephen Hawking and the entire cast of the Muppets.

X10  May. 3, 2013 at 14:37

Why do they get people who are the absolute worst choice to do voiceover on these clips - this is marketing, they should be using someone who will make us want to buy the game from all the cool things we are hearing about, not make us want to use the disc to commit suicide from boredom.

JonLester  May. 3, 2013 at 15:33

Personally, I always like to see trailers and developer diaries fronted by the developers who actually created the systems on show, rather than some PR shill.

But yes, that voice... harsh but fair /0.

X10  May. 4, 2013 at 01:07

I agree Jon, only Jean-Maxime Moris is a 'Creative Director', which probably means he is about as close to 'developing' the game as a PR shill. If you actually had a developer voicing this it would probably have had a bit more life and passion.

bggriffiths  May. 4, 2013 at 17:26

Well the video did the job for me. Explained interesting elements of the game and made me want to play it.

Late  May. 5, 2013 at 03:50

Finally got found to watching this (hard not to see Jean Maxime as Kermit now - thanks /0! lol), and I'm a little more optimistic about the game than I was. I like the idea of knowing a safe path across a minefield thanks to accessing the memories of someone who planted the mines, for instance. I still worry that the memory remixes will become nothing but random trial and error exercises though.

Fingers crossed for Remember Me. I know a lot of people are looking forward to this game immensely, and I hope their expectations are met...

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