Released back in 2013 on last-gen consoles, Remember Me was launched with mixed reviews but a passionate following with ardent fans - speaking more on the matter, developer Dontnod Entertainment has detailed that the studio is interested
Dontnod Entertainment, developers of last year's science-fiction action game, Remember Me, have dismissed recent rumors that the company had entered bankruptcy. The developer's CEO spoke directly with reporters, assuring them of the company's continued success following the
To coincide with today's console release of Remember Me, a launch trailer was also released for the game. Remember Me was developed by DONTNOD Entertainment and published by Capcom, and was released yesterday for PC and today
Olivier Deriviere is at it again, this time releasing a whopping nine clips on his SoundCloud page. Remember Me's score is shaping up to be one of the more defining aspects of the franchise, with the fusion
If there's one game I've been dying to get my hands on since last year, it's certainly DONTNOD Entertainment's Remember Me. Between the setting, story, and gameplay, it was cool to see a game taking place in
Olivier Deriviere, the composer of Remember Me's score, has dropped another enjoyable piece on his SoundCloud page. His method of composition is unlike anything I have ever heard in a video game - though 2001's Final Fantasy
Olivier Deriviere has released a new track from the official Remember Me score on his SoundCloud page, entitled Fragments. The track appears to be only a piece of a much larger track to be featured in the
Capcom, you guys were doing so well; I did not think you would succumb to using dubstep in your trailer. Why not "run the trap" or chop and screw it or something? I am kidding, it is
On track to being one of this generation's defining science-fiction games, Remember Me has attracted us to its story and characters and impressed us with its art in the process. Capcom has released some concept art on
The latest video for Remember Me focuses on how composers, Olivier Deriviere and John Kurlander, are approaching the game's music.
Creative Director, Jean Max, demonstrates how players can create their own custom combos for Nilin, via the 'Combo Lab', in this Remember Me walkthough.
Capcom and Dontnod Entertainment's Remember Me looks like a unique and highly stylized sci-fi adventure game, but not a great deal has been seen of it. Capcom has alleviated this problem by releasing the footage of the
Gamescom is over but that hasn't stopped Capcom from sharing some more interesting content from the show for those that didn't have the opportunity to be there in person. The video below is a recording of the