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Remember Me: The Pandora Archive, an e-book prequel to Dontnod’s debut on Xbox 360, PS3, and PC, is now available, Capcom announced today.

Penned by novelist, scriptwriter, and editor Scott Harrison, The Pandora Archive is set several months before the start of Remember Me, and fleshes out protagonist Nilin’s storyline somewhat.

“When a series of devastating bomb blasts rock Neo-Paris, former memory hunter turned Errorist, Trix, is blamed and it is reported that she was acting on orders from the Errorist group—a supposed ‘first in a series of decisive blows’ against the Memorize Corporation,” reads Capcom’s synopsis. “In response, a S.A.B.R.E. force squadron is mobilized for a retaliatory assault into Slum 404. However, before her arrest she manages to send a coded signal back to the Errorists. Unable to decode the warning, Nilin visits the Architect, an aging tech expert, who is her only hope.”

Remember Me: The Pandora Archive is available for purchase on Google Play, Kindle, Kobo, and other e-book vendors.

Check out EGM’s review of Remember Me for more about the game proper.

Remember Me Prequel E-Book, The Pandora Archive, Now Available

By | 06/24/2013 05:30 PM PT

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Remember Me: The Pandora Archive, an e-book prequel to Dontnod’s debut on Xbox 360, PS3, and PC, is now available, Capcom announced today.

Penned by novelist, scriptwriter, and editor Scott Harrison, The Pandora Archive is set several months before the start of Remember Me, and fleshes out protagonist Nilin’s storyline somewhat.

“When a series of devastating bomb blasts rock Neo-Paris, former memory hunter turned Errorist, Trix, is blamed and it is reported that she was acting on orders from the Errorist group—a supposed ‘first in a series of decisive blows’ against the Memorize Corporation,” reads Capcom’s synopsis. “In response, a S.A.B.R.E. force squadron is mobilized for a retaliatory assault into Slum 404. However, before her arrest she manages to send a coded signal back to the Errorists. Unable to decode the warning, Nilin visits the Architect, an aging tech expert, who is her only hope.”

Remember Me: The Pandora Archive is available for purchase on Google Play, Kindle, Kobo, and other e-book vendors.

Check out EGM’s review of Remember Me for more about the game proper.

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