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Capcom Wants Your Artwork For Remember Me

Posted on Friday, October 26 @ 12:16:55 PST by

Capcom's Remember Me, their newest attempt at an innovative new IP, is featuring two contests asking fans and artists to submit their work for inclusion within the game itself.

The first, entitled Adverts in 2084, wants contestants to choose one of the five fictional corporations in the game's 2084 Neo-Paris setting and create a mock billboard advertisement that can be seen while heroine Nilin leaps her way through the city.

The second contest, similar to the one where developer Tetsuya Mizuguchi requested images to include in the final level in Child of Eden, asks participants to submit a "cherished memory" with a description explaining why it is one. Full details can be viewed on the official Remember Me Facebook page. The winning images will be incorporated into the game's Memory Overload sequences that will award Nilin one of her signature attacks.

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