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Adrift is a new space-based game from Three One Zero, and it's coming to Oculus Rift, PS4, Xbox One and Steam in summer 2015, the developer announced tonight at The Game Awards. The first trailer for the game aired during the ceremony, showing a first-person astronaut with a strangely elongated ...

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Remember Me launched in June 2013 to mostly mediocre reviews. Our own critique called its animations "stilted and poorly portrayed," and found the overall experience disappointing. That following January, French developer DONTNOD entered "judicial reorganization," meaning the studio wasn't keeping ...

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A memorable aspect of Remember Me is its soundtrack, available now on iTunes or accessible through Spotify. As for the game, our review tried its best not to repress the whole thing. Edge (80/100): "Schlocky and silly in places, but potent and reflective in others, Nilin's tale has bags of heart...

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Remember Me evokes a strange nostalgia for itself. It's better to recall it with fondness than with accuracy, because the highlights are so much more endearing than the truth. What makes this especially awkward is the game's central sermon: beware of discarding reality in favor of phony memories. ...

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This live-action trailer for Remember Me sets the tone for the game's beginning chapters with thoughts from the founder of the Memorize corporation. Remember Me will launch this coming Tuesday on Xbox 360, PS3 and PC....

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Join Joystiq in the streets of Neo-Paris and the intricate pathways of the mind in this Remember Me video preview. Dontnod's memory-focused action game features strategic battle jeans, "remembrane buoys" and even more dubiously named plot devices, if you can believe it. Remember Me launches f...

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Defying our understanding of neurology, memory can be found in the heart and soul of Remember Me. Manipulating memories drives the action in Dontnod's cyberpunk game, as creative director Jean-Max Morris reminds us in this six-minute synopsis....

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Remember Me appears to have something against kids and/or opening presents, but it's not entirely opposed to handing out treats. Sweet, sweet PC-requirement treats. Remember Me minimum specs include 2GB of RAM, 9GB of free hard drive space, and at least an Nvidia GeForce 8800GTS or an ATI Radeon HD...

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Dontnod Entertainment's Remember Me – set in Neo-Paris 2084, the game stars Nilin, a memory hunter – got a lot of dismissals from publishers thanks to its female lead. For some publishers, successful games and male leads are synonymous, so when creative director Jean-Max Morris and his ...

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Remember Me, the futuristic action-adventure from developer Dontnod, will launch on June 4 and 7 in North America and Europe, respectively, publisher Capcom has confirmed. The game will find a nice snug spot during the summer with PS3, Xbox 360 and PC before the next console generation begins thi...

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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 ...

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In this video walkthrough with Remember Me creative director Jean-Maxime Moris we're given a glimpse at the combo lab, the customizable combo system at the heart of hand-to-hand combat. By employing strikes from one of four categories, each combo can be unique and made to regenerate health, cue fi...

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We really dig the art style and gameplay of Remember Me, but good lord what is with that dialogue? Keep an ear out for "Stay frosty" around the seven minute mark. Or actually, don't. Maybe ignore all the dialogue and just focus on the snazzy combat and platforming. You'll thank us....

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