Remember Me Slated For Release In June

By Ishaan . February 27, 2013 . 9:00am

Dontnod Entertainment and Capcom’s Remember Me has a release date. Capcom announced this morning that the game will be released on June 4th in North America and June 7th in Europe. A new trailer for the game is available for viewing as well:



Remember Me takes place in the year 2084 in Neo-Paris. The world is a connected place where memories can be stored, traded and remixed, and you play as a “memory hunter” named Nilin, who is on the run after having her memory wiped for some unknown reason.

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  • landlock

    Michael McConnohie!

  • kisunoyami

    Yes! Finally!!!! I’m so excited! (*>A<*)/

  • Silly thing: but man it’s refreshing to play as a lady of some colour.
    Game looks cool. Nice to see a new IP too

    • Guest

      As long as the character is interesting, in-depth, and is competent, I don’t care about color. Aveline from AC3:L is a good character, but she could have been better imo.

    • Guest

      As long as the character is interesting, in-depth, and is competent, I don’t care about color. Aveline from AC3:L is a good character, but she could have been better imo

      • puchinri

        I think it’s fine to feel that way, because I do too to an extent, but it is important (and very refreshing) for things like this to happen. (And that someone had to mention it and for it to be refreshing, just says how sadly rare it is.)

        • I think that’s what it is, the rarity of it all. Shame too; I do hope this game can do justice to a lead that is, technically, two minorities in one. :)

          • puchinri


    • puchinri

      Agreed~. A lady of some color that’s also a (action) lead of/on her own, at that.

      It’s really exciting to me as a new IP as well, and look forward to seeing how it does.

    • Whoever voted down my comment… is a RAY-CIST!!! D:<
      LE GASP.

  • eilegz

    good thing new IP fresh new setting hopefully capcom can pull this out free of locked content on disc or excesive and abusive dlc.

    • Letiumtide

      *nevermind I responded to the wrong post.

  • Nice. I will definitely “Remember” to buy this one HAHAHAhahahha……. Okay, I’ll stop.

  • If you are interested, here is something I wrote:

    Remember Me Real Potential Yet Untapped — — at Sameer’s Corner, Give it a read and tell me what you think.

    • Göran Isacson

      Interesting read, but I do wonder if it ever had the budget to implement stealth and open world levels in the scale you describe there. My guess is that they realized they had the money to make it look good and play good in ONE specific way, and decided to focus on action. Guess we’ll just have to wait and see if it was a sound decision or not.

      • Good thinking, indeed a new IP may be hard to invest in, especially with such a scale, and Capcom may want to play it safe at first.

        well guess we will have to keep a close eye like you said.

  • Göran Isacson

    NeoParis, yet her accent is British… eh, maybe she’s an expatriate. Although the exposition is strong with this trailer, I must admit I’m still interested in this games combat system. The storys premise isn’t very interesting just yet, but as long as it’s fun to build combos I think I’ll have fun with this one.

    • puchinri

      Haha! That’s not rare; for media to make that problem anyway. Someone pointed out the heavy British accents in Les Mis. It seems to terrorize every Western (influenced/set) piece of media quite often (if it’s not made in France, at least).

      I like the story because of how well it leads into the combat and the potential it means. As a plot itself, I gotta admit, I have no investment (but that may change~).

      • Göran Isacson

        Kind of a conundrum though- English is the language of Hollywood, so if you go for full authenticity and have French voices in Les Mis, you lose the wide audience that ain’t got no time fer readin’! Alas, what a dilemma.

        • puchinri

          Well, I wouldn’t mind no accents versus the insertion of a random European accent. And given it’s something like Les Mis, I wonder how many people would care? I can totally understand if it wasn’t a piece that wasn’t a classic or something very largely known and popular (even in our theater, at least half of it was theater students from the different schools in our area).

          Hence, I think it’s one of our bad problems that we’re lazy about, but I can see when there should be exceptions and how at times, there isn’t an excuse.

  • This is shaping up nicely. I’ll definitely be keeping an eye out for it in June. May be my purchase for that month (with it seeming to be fairly dry of 3DS and Vita games).

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