Get your submissions in for Remember Me’s two fan-based initiativesWritten by: / / No Comments
Remember Me is one of the most promising new IPs announced this year – a cyberpunk action adventure set in the beautifully conceived, neon-lit world of Neo-Paris in 2084.
Capcom is currently running two promotions which will ultimately put fan-generated content in the final game. The first of these is the “Adverts in 2084” contest – an opportunity for designers and creative thinkers to design a billboard advertisement which wouldn’t look out of place in Remember Me’s vibrant setting. There are five advertising categories to choose from including “Fast Food” and “Dating Service”, and you’ll need to get your entry in by November 5th. Head over here for more details about the promotion.
The second initiative runs until November 29th and tasks fans with submitting images of their most cherished memories along with a brief description of why these memories are so significant to them. Submitted images will be randomly chosen to be incorporated into Remember Me’s Memory Overload sequences which play following the successful completion of one of heroine Nilin’s signature attacks. The game’s Facebook page will feature more details on this promotion soon.
Remember Me will be released for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 during May 2013. Head over here for El33tonline’s previous coverage of this intriguing new IP from Capcom and French developer DONTNOD Entertainment.