Remember Me Contest Asks Fans To Create Fictional Futuristic Product Brands

By Ishaan . October 26, 2012 . 8:30am

Capcom are holding a neat fan contest for folks that are looking forward to next year’s Remember Me, a futuristic action-adventure game developed by Dontnod Entertainment, that is based around the idea of memories being a commodity in the future, that can be modified, bought, traded, and stolen.


The first contest involves creating fictional product brands and advertisements for them that will be featured in Remember Me. This contest has five categories: an alcoholic drink, fast food, a sport/sports event, a dating service, and a children’s toy company. More details can be found here.


The second contest involves sending Capcom photographs of your most cherished memories, along with a description of why they are so important to you. Capcom will pick photographs at random and will use them as part of the special effects that display during Remember Me’s Memory Overload sequences, when Nilin successfully performs one of her signature attacks.


This contest will run until November 29th, and details will be posted soon to the Remember Me Facebook page.


Remember Me will be released for the PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in May 2013.

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