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  • Blog Post: Coming To Terms With Life Is Strange’s Finale

    Endings are tricky , and one of the hardest parts of any media to get right. Consumers often have expectations and want to feel like their time is well spent. Good endings leave you feeling like you got something out of the journey, but a bad one can overshadow the entire adventure. After all, the finale... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Life Is Strange: Episode 1

    Dontnod, the creators of Remember Me, are back with an episodic adventure series, Life is Strange. The game is grounded in reality, but comes with a twist: the ability to reverse time. In this edition of Test Chamber, we take a look at the opening of the first episode, Chrysalis. Join Ben Reeves, intern... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Remember Me

    And you thought social media was out of control now? In Remember Me, a game set in the year 2084, 99 percent of Earth's populace records their memories and shares them on the Internet. The recording technology is a brain implant called the Sensation Engine (Sensen), created by the Memorize Corporation... More
  • Blog Post: Live Stream – Remember Me

    It's Tuesday, and that means it's time to live stream a new release. On deck this week is Remember Me, Capcom's futuristic action/adventure title. We're ready to take on the role of Nilin as she explores the game's vision of 2084, and we want you to join us. Revisit this link at 4... More
  • Blog Post: Music Spotlight: Remember Me Composer Olivier Deriviere

    Oliver Deriviere filters his formal classical background through a love of cutting edge electronic music. This is evidenced in his innovative score for Capcom's Remember Me, which digitally manipulates live orchestral recordings into a score that feels remarkably fresh. We spoke with Deriviere about... More
  • Blog Post: Video Preview: Why Remember Me Continues To Impress

    You may not be familiar with French developer Dontnod, but you may have heard that Capcom is publishing their first game, Remember Me. You play as Nilin in Neo-Paris, a world that has characters distorting and erasing memories. Both Ben Reeves and Jeff Cork have had a chance to check out the new IP due... More
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