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Your design work can be in Capcom's Remember Me

Capcom today announced a design contest that tasks designers and creative thinkers with creating futuristic advertisements for possible use in 2013's Remember Me.

Developed by DONTNOD Entertainment, Remember Me is set Neo-Paris 2084: a world in which people's memories can be bought, sold and and traded. By visiting the Ads in 2084 Facebook page, contestants will learn of five corporations that exist in this 2084 world. Contestants are then asked to create a billboard for one of these fictional companies, one that "promotes that brand to the citizens of Neo-Paris." The winner's design will be featured on one of Remember Me's in-game billboards.

If I were a creative type, I'd be all over this, considering Remember Me looks like a darn sweet new intellectual property. The game hits shelves for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC this coming May.

Reported by Jonathan Davila


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