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DmC and Remember Me developer sessions at Eurogamer Expo

Ninja Theory and DONTNOD walk attendees through upcoming games.

We're filling out even more of the Eurogamer Expo developer sessions schedule today with the news that both DmC: Devil May Cry and Remember Me will be presented to attendees by their respective creators.

Tameem Antoniades from Ninja Theory and Capcom's Alex Jones will be on stage at 3.30pm on Sunday 30th September to walk players through DmC: Devil May Cry in detail. The game is also playable on the packed show floor and due out in January.

Remember Me isn't playable on the show floor because nobody's been allowed to play it yet - not even the press - and it's not out until May 2013. Despite that, French studio DONTNOD will be on stage on Saturday 29th September from 2pm to show the game to Expo attendees.

As you probably saw from its Gamescom announcement a fortnight ago, it's a third-person action-adventure starring elite memory hunter Nilin, who can break into people's minds and steal or change their memories.

Come along on the Saturday and DONTNOD creative director Jean Max-Morris and Capcom senior producer Matt Hart will show you what makes it exciting. Here's seven minutes of gameplay footage to tease the concept a bit.

Other speakers on this year's Eurogamer Expo developer sessions bill include Hideo Kojima, Frank O'Connor from 343 Industries and Peter Molyneux, and there are plenty of others still to be announced. That schedule will be full. Look out for more news very soon.

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