Capcom and Dontnod Entertainment’s upcoming video game “Remember Me” is getting a lot more personal, thanks to a new contest asking for fans to share their memories so designers can put them into the game.
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The futuristic “Remember Me” game takes place in a world where memories are a commodity. The contest asks people to send Capcom photos of cherished memories, along with a description of the memories’ personal importance. Capcom will put some of these photos at random into the game’s Memory Overload sequences, which flash when players have the protagonist perform signature attacks.
Another Capcom contest, which ends November 5, asks people to send in futuristic ads that could feature in the game. Check out the submission rules here.
The Memory Overload contest ends on November 29th. I guess that means it’s time to start digging through beloved old photos.