Remember Me wants your fake advertisements, real memories

Remember Me wants your fake advertisements, real memories
Capcom is soliciting player memories for Remember Me, its action game about a "memory hunter" searching for her own digitized past in Neo-Paris. Through November 29, players can submit images of "their most cherished memories," with an explanation of their importance, to flash on the screen during a "Memory Overload" sequence. Just think, your prom could be a video game attack.

If you don't want your past memories in there, make some fake future ones for the other fan contest, "Adverts in 2084." Try to imagine a billboard for one of five fictional companies to adorn Neo-Paris, and your design could end up in the game.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.