Remember Me is Rated Mature, ESRB Details Memory Remixes and Nudity

The lack of hype and advertisement for Remember Me right now may prevent you from knowing that this title is coming out in just one short week. We’ve done our best to shine some light on what could be a really good sleeper title, so with the ESRB rating making Remember Me sound quite fun, we thought this was the perfect excuse to give it some more attention.

Giving it a Mature rating, here’s what the ESRB had to say, though there are some spoilers if you want to keep everything fresh:

This is an action game in which players assume the role of a young woman named Nilin, a memory hunter in a futuristic setting. As players evade authorities and attempt to recover memory and identity, they battle various humans and robots. Players punch and kick enemies during melee combat and use a futuristic gun-like weapon called a “Spammer” against robots. Battles are accompanied by punching sounds, laser fire, slow-motion and screen-shaking effects. Some of the game’s violence takes place during characters’ memory “remixes,” which are presented as cutscenes that can be manipulated by changing certain elements. Memories include a chracter shooting a woman; a character shooting himself; a man removing a child’s memories, which causes her to lose consciousness. Blood splatter effects and pools of blood sometimes appear in cutscenes; corpses are sometimes depicted in pools of blood during gameplay. Players occasionally come across posters depicting topless women or nude cabaret girls with partially exposed buttocks. Female leper-like figures are also occasionally shown topless. The words “f**k,” “sh*t,” and “a*shole” appear in the dialogue.

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