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Ever wanted your personal creations and images sketched into a unforgettable video game like Remember Me? Well Capcom is offering you that chance. Set In Neo-Paris in 2084, Remember Me provides a vision of the world where personal memories have become a commodity that can be bought traded and sold. Our heroine, Nilin, is an elite memory hunter who had there memories stolen and wants them back.

This opportunity has already underway for designers and creavite thinkers with an eye for future trends to design billboard advertisements for the world of Remember Me. By visiting Adverts in 2084 contestants can view the advertising briefs for five fictional companies. Having selected one of these companies they will then be tasked with creating a billboard that promotes that brand to the citizens of Neo-Paris.

The second initiative, commencing on October 25th and running until November 29th, asks people to submit images of their most cherished memories along with a short description of why this moment was so important to them. Images would then be chosen at random to be incorporated into the Memory Overload sequences, a result of successful completion of one of Nilin’s signature attacks. Full details of this promotion will follow soon on the Remember Me Facebook page.

Ever wanted your personal creations and images sketched into a unforgettable video game like Remember Me? Well Capcom is offering you that chance. Set In Neo-Paris in 2084, Remember Me provides a vision of the world where personal memories have become a commodity that can be bought traded and sold. Our heroine, Nilin, is an elite memory hunter who had there memories stolen and wants them back.

This opportunity has already underway for designers and creavite thinkers with an eye for future trends to design billboard advertisements for the world of Remember Me. By visiting Adverts in 2084 contestants can view the advertising briefs for five fictional companies. Having selected one of these companies they will then be tasked with creating a billboard that promotes that brand to the citizens of Neo-Paris.

The second initiative, commencing on October 25th and running until November 29th, asks people to submit images of their most cherished memories along with a short description of why this moment was so important to them. Images would then be chosen at random to be incorporated into the Memory Overload sequences, a result of successful completion of one of Nilin’s signature attacks. Full details of this promotion will follow soon on the Remember Me Facebook page.

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Capcom Offering Fans A Chance To Be Remembered In Remember Me

By Anthony Dows | 10/26/2012 11:16 AM PT

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Ever wanted your personal creations and images sketched into a unforgettable video game like Remember Me? Well Capcom is offering you that chance. Set In Neo-Paris in 2084, Remember Me provides a vision of the world where personal memories have become a commodity that can be bought traded and sold. Our heroine, Nilin, is an elite memory hunter who had there memories stolen and wants them back.

This opportunity has already underway for designers and creavite thinkers with an eye for future trends to design billboard advertisements for the world of Remember Me. By visiting Adverts in 2084 contestants can view the advertising briefs for five fictional companies. Having selected one of these companies they will then be tasked with creating a billboard that promotes that brand to the citizens of Neo-Paris.

The second initiative, commencing on October 25th and running until November 29th, asks people to submit images of their most cherished memories along with a short description of why this moment was so important to them. Images would then be chosen at random to be incorporated into the Memory Overload sequences, a result of successful completion of one of Nilin’s signature attacks. Full details of this promotion will follow soon on the Remember Me Facebook page.

Ever wanted your personal creations and images sketched into a unforgettable video game like Remember Me? Well Capcom is offering you that chance. Set In Neo-Paris in 2084, Remember Me provides a vision of the world where personal memories have become a commodity that can be bought traded and sold. Our heroine, Nilin, is an elite memory hunter who had there memories stolen and wants them back.

This opportunity has already underway for designers and creavite thinkers with an eye for future trends to design billboard advertisements for the world of Remember Me. By visiting Adverts in 2084 contestants can view the advertising briefs for five fictional companies. Having selected one of these companies they will then be tasked with creating a billboard that promotes that brand to the citizens of Neo-Paris.

The second initiative, commencing on October 25th and running until November 29th, asks people to submit images of their most cherished memories along with a short description of why this moment was so important to them. Images would then be chosen at random to be incorporated into the Memory Overload sequences, a result of successful completion of one of Nilin’s signature attacks. Full details of this promotion will follow soon on the Remember Me Facebook page.

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Average gamer/disabled worker turned into a freelance extraordinaire. From YouTube, AntDaGamer.Com as well as other channels, ADG Wrestling Games Network & ADG Man Cave. Twitch & Wordpress and of course right here on EGM. I showcase games, gameplay, and bio my history and opinions of video games. Find me on Twitter @AntDaGamer