Capcom Releases Interactive Journal for Remember Me; Chronicles History of Sensen

on May 14, 2013 4:04 PM

Capcom has released an interactive journal on their official website that chronicle both the development of the memory technology, Sensen, and the life of its creator, Antoine Cartier-Wells, in the upcoming game Remember Me. Remember Me is scheduled for release on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC for North America on June 4th and for Europe on June 7th.

The interactive journal combines the beautiful orchestrated music with stunning visuals and voice work to tell a moving story of a man who set out with a wonderful dream and ended up with a successful nightmare. Of course, the soundtrack changes throughout the journal to reflect the increasingly grave entries.

I must admit, I actually found myself tearing up a little at the music in the first section. Hopefully the game itself can live up to the standards set by this pre-release material.

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