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Kyero Fox 2013-04-17 09:05

Remember Me (speakin of few games for girls)
 
(Another game you must have Syn? XP )


looks awesome, no hale is a bonus for me(No fanboys flustering lol)

1. Nice Setting
2. Nice female lead
3. Looks like fun combat
4. Capcom maybe trying to make a new image?
5. New IP.

Yea Totally renting this baby.


We guys get Watch Dogs and the girls get Remember Me, Not that either gender is force to play one or the other.

demino_hellsin 2013-04-17 09:20

*scratch head* looks like a good game but I'm still on capcom boycott.

Kyero Fox 2013-04-17 09:24

Play dragon's dogma, not all of capcom is bad. =\

demino_hellsin 2013-04-17 09:31

They must appease me with a megaman game first... a good one, not a filler. :p

Kimidori 2013-04-17 09:34

gameplay trailer.



the A-Team Firing is strong in this one.

Kyero Fox 2013-04-17 09:38

The onlything that turns me away so far is that there is almost no female enemies in a female lead game. Apparently only men are evil in this so far.

larethian 2013-04-17 09:40

The memory plot device reminds me of Planescape Torment, an old game of totally different genre though.

synaesthetic 2013-04-17 10:20

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Originally Posted by larethian (Post 4640579)
The memory plot device reminds me of Planescape Torment, an old game of totally different genre though.

Looks like someone took Mirror's Edge and Johnny Mnemonic and mashed them up together. :D

It does look interesting. Hope it lands on PC eventually.

Kimidori 2013-04-17 10:24

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Originally Posted by synaesthetic (Post 4640634)
Looks like someone took Mirror's Edge and Johnny Mnemonic and mashed them up together. :D

It does look interesting. Hope it lands on PC eventually.

announced on PC with requirement.

Quote:

CPU: Intel CoreTM2 Duo 2.4 Ghz, AMD AthlonTM X2 2.8 Ghz
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 8800GTS, ATI RadeonTM HD 3850
RAM: 2 GB
Hard Drive Space: 9 GB
DirectX: 9.0c
Operating system: Windows Vista/XP, Windows 7, Windows 8
Recommended System Requirements
CPU: Intel CoreTM 2 Quad 2.7 Ghz, AMD PhenomTM II X4 3 Ghz
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560
RAM: 4 GB
Hard Drive Space: 9 GB
Operating system: Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8

Kyero Fox 2013-04-17 11:00

Oh yea, Ultra settings for me then. Definaly getting it for PC.

creb 2013-05-05 00:36

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Released on June, 3 on Steam.

I'm a bit wary, it being a Capcom game (not a studio exactly known for deep games), but who am I kidding? As if I'd ever miss a sci-fi/cyberpunk game, regardless of how good or bad it may end up being? :heh:

One of the only previews I can find (game is seriously flying very low under the radar):

http://gearburn.com/2013/05/remember...ble-inception/

synaesthetic 2013-05-05 01:50

Of course it is. It's a new IP, not part of an established franchise, and it has a mandatory female protagonist.

creb 2013-05-05 02:34

Oh please. I call total BS on this trumped up idea that men don't like to play as girls. All it takes is logging into pretty much any MMO in existence to see that put to a lie. :eyeroll: Putting aside talks of sexuality and sexism, I will admit that men don't want to play as ugly girls, however.

Tokkan 2013-05-05 02:52

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Originally Posted by creb (Post 4666489)
I'm a bit wary, it being a Capcom game (not a studio exactly known for deep games), but who am I kidding? As if I'd ever miss a sci-fi/cyberpunk game, regardless of how good or bad it may end up being? :heh:

Capcom are not the developers, Remember Me is developed by DONTNOD Entertainment, a studio based in France (it's also their debut game). Capcom is only the game's publisher.

synaesthetic 2013-05-05 02:53

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Originally Posted by creb (Post 4666610)
Oh please. I call total BS on this trumped up idea that men don't like to play as girls. All it takes is logging into pretty much any MMO in existence to see that put to a lie. :eyeroll: Putting aside talks of sexuality and sexism, I will admit that men don't want to play as ugly girls, however.

Depends on the gamer's nationality and what types of games they play. Yeah, a lot don't have a problem with it, especially in MMOs. That seems to be more common among MMO fans, men from Asian countries and gay men, though.

The exbawx-bro-gamer crowd though... not so much.

Besides, it's all irrelevant because the publisher perception is the actual problem here. Lots of people would play games with female protagonists if the games would actually get the marketing they need to sell.

Remember Me almost got canceled. Capcom saved it from certain doom. Loads of other publishers rejected it.

There was an article floating around from the Penny-Arcade blog that showed how games with exclusively female protagonists receive half (or less) the marketing budget of games that have exclusively male protagonists or games that have the option to choose the sex of your protagonist.

Firefly00 2013-05-09 11:58

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Originally Posted by Kyero Fox (Post 4640577)
The onlything that turns me away so far is that there is almost no female enemies in a female lead game. Apparently only men are evil in this so far.

Heck, Final Fight wasn't afraid to have equal-opportunity among the tango roster back in the day (granted, that got subject to a bit of revisionism that turned out to have other groundbreaking results); Streets of Rage/Bare Knuckle had a female boss (twins, actually). Ubisoft's treatment of Scott Pilgrim vs. the World does both (albeit only in one stage).

The original Deus Ex had Maggie Chow waiting in Hong Kong; Valkyria Chronicles, of course, has Selvaria. Honestly, you'd think more developers would have the, well, intestinal fortitude to play more with this.

And one real-life example: from the POV of a Wehrmacht soldier on the Eastern Front, the Nachthexen certainly count.

That said, I'll just leave this article on the crafting of the game's setting here.

synaesthetic 2013-05-09 14:47

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Originally Posted by Kyero Fox (Post 4640577)
The onlything that turns me away so far is that there is almost no female enemies in a female lead game. Apparently only men are evil in this so far.

Well, considering how in most cultures, men have most of the power--either socially, politically or economically--the fact that most enemies in games are male isn't too surprising. It also stands to reason that you'd end up fighting more males in general because the psychology of human males is more violent and competitive than that of females. Men evolved to be meatshields; it's not much of a surprise that they'd be more likely to choose violence as a method of conflict resolution.

Play a setting different from our reality and this changes a bit. A while back I ran a Forgotten Realms campaign in Menzoberranzan, city of the drow. They're ruled by a theocratic matriarchy, and you better believe that we all ended up fighting loooots of female dark elves, especially since the females are the only ones typically allowed to become clerics of Lolth.

Kyero Fox 2013-05-09 21:06

Ah yea I rememebr something like that. It's the only thing that TRIES to turn me away I should say. It doesn't really bother me aslong as the chick isn't kicking the dudes in the crotch. =\

Vexx 2013-05-11 16:17

My son has this on his wishlist, he usually has a fair nose for stuff that pans out well so I'll keep an eye on it.

frubam 2013-05-12 12:44

Remember Me is reminding me ALOT about this game. I prob couldn't play that game again, but I greatly enjoyed it as my 2nd ps2 game =03. Hopefully this might give a similar impression.


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