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Posted on Tuesday, August 14 @ 14:32:30 Eastern by Alex_Osborn

French development studio DONTNOD Entertainment has blessed us with a brand new IP. Hooray for creativity! This untested studio, comprised of talent from former Criterion, EA and Ubisoft staffers, is bringing us something that is not only a brand-new franchise, but boasts a wholly unique concept. The title, dubbed Remember Me is centered around a female character named Nilin who possesses the power to tap into people's minds and alter their memories.

Naturally, the tables are turned on our leading lady, leaving her wiped clean of all her memories. As such, it's up to you as the player to help Nilin rediscover who she is and how she got herself in this predicament. Using her ability to "remix" people's memories, Nilin can change the flow of the game by messing with people's thoughts. Not a bad concept if you ask me.

Remember Me is set to launch May of next year for Xbox 360, PS3 and PC.
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