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Remember Me Walkthrough 7 Episode 3 High Tension/Deep Escape! JUNK BOLT! Let's Play

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Published on Jun 3, 2013

On the seventh walkthrough of remember me on episode 3 high tension/deep escape, we acquire the junk bolt shot that enables us to shoot a full spammer gauge at once!

Remember Me is an upcoming video game, developed by Dontnod Entertainment and published by Capcom, to be released in June 2013 for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Microsoft Windows.[2]



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The game is set in the year 2084, in a futuristic version of Paris called Neo-Paris. The Memorise corporation has invented a new brain implant called the Sensation Engine (Sensen), which enables roughly 99% of the population to upload and share their memories on the net.[3] This gives Memorise an immense degree of control over the population and enables them to establish a surveillance state.[4] This, in turn, leads to a small group of rebels forming under the name "Errorists": their mission is to bring down Memorise. The invention of the Sensen has also resulted in the creation of Leapers; memory-addicted humans who have absorbed so many memories that their Sensen has degraded and they have mutated into a subhuman form, now living in the sewers of Neo-Paris.[3]

When the game starts, Nilin (voiced by Kezia Burrows[5]), a memory hunter employed by Memorise who specialized in stealing or altering memories, has her own memory wiped by her employers. Now on the run, Nilin allies with the Errorists and, with help from the rebel leader Edge, sets out to recover her lost memories and bring down Memorise

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