A first look at Remember Me from the Capcom press event at GamesCom 2012.
I think this is running on the PC. The lighting looks too good to be on consoles. Otherwise I think the game looks great and I love the artstyle.
Looking at the "saving" prompts and L2, I'd say its running on PS3.
could be an Uncharted game XD ;)
It looks a lot like Uncharted. This generation, it seems like everybody can climb so easily. The game looks fun. It'll be very interesting to see a sequel in next generation consoles (if it's successful enough). I want to know how games like Uncharted or Assassin's Creed can be with next gen hardware.
Ya like Drake climbing a ice mountain in Uncharted 2. Ya that's not possible. He didn't even have gloves on.
The more I see of this game, the more I like it.
is it me or why is it raining so hard in the game, yet her cloths and face are so dry.
Not to impressed so far. Need to see more. The combat looks solid tho
I wonder if those bullets can actually kill u or if it's basically a non realistic semi on rails section. It makes me want a next Gen matrix done really well.
It seems... ...mediocre. That's not something I usually say about a game, but it really does seem like that.
I can see now, in the near future 3rd person and platformer will relive their former glory, FPS will DIE! DIE!!!!!
Im somewhat interested in this game the running,parkour,and the acrobatics seem clunky and she moves too awkward yea the gameplay mechanics needs major tuning but ill keep watch on it for now
Too much cutscene interruption for my liking. I know Uncharted does it similar, but it suits that kind of game due to it being linear. Hopefully it is well paced throughout the rest of the game, cause I know its world is of a scale similar to Assassin's Creed. Some of the movement and animation is a little clunky too. What I disliked most though was the dialogue. Very unnatural, and corny. They need to work a lot on this to bring out something special, cause it has the ability to be something amazing.
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