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Submitted by mania568 816d ago | news

Remember Me Out Tomorrow, Soundtrack Can Be Yours Now

As you might have noticed, reviews for Remember Me from Capcom and Dontnod have been dropping all day today. While critical response has been varied, one element seems to be meeting more consistent approval: the soundtrack.

The music, composed by Olivier Deriviere (also responsible for the cello-centric Of Orcs And Men soundtrack) is a clever blend of orchestral works with electronic overlays. The intent, as Deriviere told us is to have the music support the themes of the game, including memory manipulation and loss of self, and to serve as "another layer of information."

You can get the entire soundtrack now from iTunes for $9.99. Remember Me arrives tomorrow, but our review is available for you at this very moment. (PC, PS3, Remember Me, Xbox 360)

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