Remember Me – the journey from 2013 to 2084

Set in 2084, Remember Me, explores a future where technological advancements have seen the way people share their experiences move from the social networks we all use today to a world where everyone’s every waking moment is recorded. These digitised memories can then be sold, bought or traded. Driving this memory based economy is the Memorize corporation and its Sensen device which is implanted into nearly all of the world’s population.

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The development of the Sensen engine and the subsequent dominance of Memorize are charted in the interactive journal of its creator, one Antoine Cartier-Wells. Further insight on the man and his motivation to create the next generation of social networking are exposed in a short film produced by Devin SuperTramp.

Remember Me is scheduled for release on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC in North America on June 4 and across Europe on June 7.

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