Remember Me's Composer Releases New Sample Track on SoundCloud

By David Rodriguez

May 8, 2013

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 X had similar ambitions. He has seamlessly taken the sounds of a symphony orchestra and manipulated and edited them to sound much more electronic and futuristic. It is essentially the video game equivalent to the synthesizer from The Terminator and Blade Runner.

The new track, entitled “Remember Your Childhood,” sounds very similar to the main theme, “Nilin the Hunter,” and shares much of the same motifs that are present in the other tracks.

Remember Me is being developed by Dontnod Entertainment and will be published by Capcom for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC on June 4th, 2013. There has been no word yet as to whether or not the score will see a retail release. “Remember Your Childhood” is available for listening, below.

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David Rodriguez

David has been a gamer since childhood and enjoys games that are able to deliver fun and intricate gameplay alongside compelling and emotional narratives. He's also a huge fan of film, television, comic books, and literature. David has his B.A. in English Language Arts from CUNY John Jay College.

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