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Square Enix has published this first trailer of Life is Strange, the next game from DontNod, the french studio behind Remember Me. It reveals the realese date, which is set on January 30th.

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June is now behind us and we can say it was a pretty busy month and we mostly have to thanks Ghost_Deus and Miguel for their awesome work at E3. Not only did you get to see some direct feed footage of almost all June releases, but you also were given the best off-screen videos live from Los Angeles and it wouldn't have been possible of it weren't for them and their team. The next big event will take place in Germany at the end of August and Gamersyde will also be there to make sure you can have proper footage of all the games showcased there. Until then, enjoy your holidays if you're lucky enough to have some.

First 10 minutes PC Xbox 360 PS3

Remember Me is now available everywhere so it is time for us to propose a good series of videos showing the very beginning of the adventure. Since we managed to get our hands on the 360 and PC versions, some extracts will be similar, but we're sure you'll find something to your liking. As you'll see, the artistic direction is just fantastic, and aside from the fact that some are bitching about its linear structure, it is nonetheless a very immersive title right from the start. Sure there is no real challenge in the platforming sequences, much like in Enslaved and the Uncharted series, but these passages allow us to enjoy the magnificient view of Neo Paris. Combat is based on pace and rhythm, the music being like a metronome giving you feedback regarding your skills. The combo system is entirely customizable as you can select which type of attack you want to add, which adds a strategic aspect to the game. One last word about Olivier Derivière's music score, which is once again quite an impressive piece of work - which you can hear for yourself right here.
Update 2: One PC video added.

Trailer PC Xbox 360 PS3

Memory hunter Nilin is now ready to recover her memory as Remember Me is out in North America (June 7 in Europe). We'll share our home made videos as soon as we can.

Video PC Xbox 360 PS3

Creative director Jean Maxime-Moris talks about the theme of memory which drives the narrative and that is part of the gameplay mechanics. The game is coming on June 4.

Trailer PC Xbox 360 PS3

Remember Me may be as linear a game as say, the Uncharted Series, but DontNod's ambition has always been in storytelling rather than big open worlds. In this new trailer of the game, you will get a small glimpse of what to expect enemy-wise.

Trailer PC Xbox 360 PS3

While we thought Remember Me would be released in May, Capcom just announced that it would finally on June 4 in North America, and a few days later in Europe (June 7 to be precise). Considering The Last of US will be out two weeks after, let's hope Capcom made the right decision and PS3 owners decide to take both. As for PC and Xbox 360 owners, if the game is any good, then they'll be happy to have something to keep them busy this summer. As far as we're concerned, we want to believe such a universe is bound to make a great title.

Developer Diary PC Xbox 360 PS3

Not all the games Olivier Derivière has worked on have been considered memorable, but one thing is certain, everyone will agree that they all shared a great soundtrack. With Remember Me he's come up with something that is once again pretty original. To discover Mr. Derivière in 1080p and all graphical options set to max, follow me inside.

Images PC Xbox 360 PS3

With that bunch of brand new visuals of Remember Me, you'll sure get a good look at the first few hours of DONTNOD's game set in a pretty futuristic Paris. Capcom will release the game in May on Xbox 360, PS3 and PC.

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We remember a game that wants to mark our memory in 2013. A new video of Remember Me has just remind us that the Capcom's game could be one of the surprises the first semester, if not succumb to the avalanche of big games that will sweep over the same period.

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    elbourreau French texts only for now, but translation is on the way. Feel free to see how it looks and plays until then. :) (1 Hour ago)

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