Capcom has today launched the third-person action title Remember Me across European territories. Available at retail for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Windows PC, the title will also be available to download digitally starting from today via the PlayStation Network Store and Steam, with a Games on Demand version for Xbox 360 to follow.
Developed by Paris based DONTNOD Entertainment, Remember Me has garnered real attention since its announcement at last year’s Gamescom, receiving praise for its visual style, combat system, innovative memory gameplay mechanic and the underlying theme of loss of personal identity. Electronic Theatre stated in our in-depth review of Remember Me: “Capcom were right to put their faith on Remember Me and gamers would be foolish not to give Nilin a chance to shine.”
Remember Me is available to purchase from today, and also the original soundtrack to the videogame has arrived on iTunes, Amazon and Spotify and other digital music platforms. Scored by Olivier Deriviere, the soundtrack was recorded by the Philharmonia Orchestra before being digitally processed and manipulated to produce a totally unique and immersive experience for the videogame. Electronic Theatre will keep you updated with all the latest details on Remember Me and other titles from Capcom.