Get Your Memories into the Retail Version of Remember Me With New Contest from Capcom

on October 26, 2012 4:45 PM

If you ever wanted your creations or images in a video game, you’ve got a chance with two new contests Capcom is running for their upcoming title Remember Me.

If you’re the creative type, you can design a billboard advertisement for inclusion in the game’s vibrant and futuristic world of Neo-Paris. Check out the contest on the game’s Facebook page, and you can check out five fictional companies, one of which you can design a billboard for that promotes that company in the game’s world.

The second contest, which started yesterday, October 25th, and runs through November 29th, you’ll get to come back down to the real world and submit images of your most cherished memories and a short written piece about why that particular moment is so important to you. Capcom will then choose images at random for inclusion in the game’s “Memory Overload” sequences, which pop up in game when the heroine, Nilin, completes a signature attack. Hang tight and check out the game’s main Facebook page for info on that contest.

Both of these actually sound really cool and unique. Outside of a few Kickstarter projects, it’s rare that publishers and developers will go the route of taking player-created content and integrating it into a game’s development. As if I wasn’t looking forward to Remember Me enough, having this content in there would make it even more interesting to see.

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Chad joined the DualShockers staff in mid 2009 and since then has put much of his time into covering RPGs, with a focus on the Japanese side of the genre, from the obscure to the mainstream. He's a huge fan of iconic games like Secret of Mana, Final Fantasy VI and Persona 4 yet enjoys the smaller niche titles, as well. In his spare time he enjoys experiencing new beer, new foods and keeping up with just about every sci-fi show on television. He's married to an intelligent, beautiful Southern Belle who keeps his life interesting with witty banter and spicy Cajun cooking.