Remember Me eBook: A Look At Nilin's Past, Plus Win A Chance To Read It!

Read up about the eBook for Remember Me and win a chance to read it! Click here for details.

Remember Me, Capcom's unique futuristic action game about a memory hunter named Nilin, was released in June to some mixed reception. To help players better remember Nilin's past, Capcom has released an eBook which fills in some of the gaps of her memory banks by telling a story set prior to the game.

Written by Scott Harrison, Remember Me: The Pandora Archive weaves a tale of Nilin before you meet her for the first time on your screen. It introduces a series of bomb attacks on Neo-Paris. Former memory hunter Trix Dallaire is implemented in the attacks, all of which are focused on the Memorize Corporation. Trix is tangled up in the group the Errorists, who supposedly have their fingerprints all over these attacks. Nilin, meanwhile, is hot on their trail.

According to the eBook's Amazon summary,

"What follows is a white-knuckle ride through Neo-Paris, full of subterfuge, betrayal and intrigue, as we join Nilin on her destructive search for the truth, and her freedom."

Does this new key to learning the mysteries of memory-hunting and Nilin appeal to you? Well, you're in luck! I have purchased this book, and per Amazon's rules am allowed to 'lend' the book out to 1 person for 14 days.

So, as a little contest please post as a comment a minimum 1 paragraph opinion you had on the storyline for this game, as well as your email address. Email is needed in order for me to send the book to you, so this is mandatory. You will be able to read The Pandora Archive even if you do not own a Kindle. Winner will be chosen by me for best comment!

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I'm a 29 year old Jersey girl who loves games. I currently work full time, volunteer part time at this awesome non-profit called Amman Imman, and go to school part time. I also train in jiu jitsu. So time isn't quite on my side (unlike that song says). I have been trying unsuccessfully for years to clone myself so I can devote one of me to boring stuff like working and laundry - thus allowing more time for gaming. I'm willing to offer large sums of imaginary money to any who can make this happen.

Games Remember Me Genres ActionAdventure Platforms Tags actioncontestebook
Published Jun. 27th 2013
  • JJ Hakimoto
    The storyline for Remember Me was one of the BEST I have had the privilege of playing through! Despite the not-so-high ratings for this game, I stayed up the the early hours of the morning just to see what happens next to Nilin. To find out where the Leapers come from, how the Sensen technology is not all that it seems to be and to the identity of Edge were some of the best mysteries to be unraveled as I played through this game. I would wholeheartedly recommend this game to anyone who is looking for an intriguing, exciting and beautiful futuristic game to enjoy during the holiday season.

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