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Submitted by KumaKreations 969d ago | preview

Kuma’s Preview and Thoughts of Remember Me

Kuma Wrote: I remember back in 1994 a movie called “Strange Days” was released and the premise was a bit similar to this new video game from Capcom. In Remember Me, you play as Nilin, an ex elite memory hunter who is now on the hunt for her own memories. The authorities found her to be a serious threat; since she had the ability to manipulate and steal memories from others. Even though she had a mind wipe, Nilin still managed to escape from prison and is now trying to hunt down her life. The only luck she has is a single friend, however the people that created this surveillance society. The year is 2084, personal memories can be digitized, brought, sold and traded. Thanks to the social networks of the 21st century, the idea of privacy and intimacy has been swept away. In simple terms, pretty much everyone sells their deep memories and I am guessing the juicer the better. I believe this is a great idea mixed in with many movies that I have seen during my time. There is elements of Johnny Mnemonic and as I stated earlier Strange Days. In the mean time enjoy the video below and additional information. (PC, PS3, Remember Me, Xbox 360)

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