Capcom has a highly promising new IP in the works called Remember Me , which is slated to arrive in May 2013.
In a future where even our memories are unsafe from the prying hands of skilled mind hackers, the protagonist – an acrobatic woman called Nilin – is one of those hackers (if you can call them that). Suddenly, the tables are turned and she is without parts of her memory, which creative director Jean-Maxim Morris says lies at the heart of the story.
"You are your memories. Consider a reminder that we have. With all their senses and emotions that are associated with it. Every memory is a way [to] who we are as a person. Now imagine, as someone comes along and converts this reminder. How you will change and how the influences around the people around you?"
In the game, you'll be able to alter someone's memories so as to change the course of events, as shown in one of the gameplay videos . It seems like an awfully intriguing concept and if Capcom gets it right, this could be a downright amazing game.
Related Game(s): Remember Me