Gamescom 2012: Remember Me Announced By Capcom (Memory Hacking)

Written by: Oliver Krautscheid - Published: Tuesday, August 14th, 2012 - Comments

Remember Me Game Screenshot 1_Thumb.pngCapcom announced a new game titled “Remember Me” at Gamescom 2012. Let’s take a closer look at this Sci-fi game

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The game looks pretty awesome and the futuristic cities remind me a little of Perfect Dark, although the red-headed protagonist is not nearly as attractive as Joanna Dark. If you liked the last Deus Ex game or Ghost Trick, this game should be on your watchlist.

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Remember Me was previously called “Adrift” and has also been clearly influenced by Splinter Cell. What sets this game apart is one of the game features. You can hack into a brain of a target and manipulate memories to accomplish certain tasks – this looks like a lot of fun and I’m interested to see more of this. Check out the gameplay footage below for more.

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