Remember Me developer diary discusses music, contains new footage

By Brenna Hillier
31 January 2013 23:21 GMT

Remember Me’s latest developer diary is focused on its score, which was performed by the London Philharmonic Orchestra, but if audio isn’t your thing there’s plenty to feast your eyes on.

Between interviews with composer Olivier Deriviere and recording engineer John Kurlander, you’ll catch glimpses of the game in action, showing protagonist Nilin smacking the crap out of everything and occasionally stopping to have some badass feelings while stealing people’s memories.

DONTNOD’s elusive sci-fi action effort has sadly not graced our eyeballs as frequently as we’d like. We don’t know that much about it, really. It has 50,000 combos but isn’t keen on red sauce. It was once slated as a PS3 exclusive and includes boss fights. It’s due on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in May.

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