Rime, Adventure Game Gains Over 20 Minutes Of Gameplay
(Last Updated On: January 10, 2017)

There are some folks that are quite interested in Tequila Works’ latest game named Rime. With that said a new 27 minute long gameplay video just hit the scene giving gamers an early glimpse of gameplay. The colorful game is set to release this year for PS4, Xbox One, PC and Nintendo Switch.

If you are one of those people interested in the upcoming game that will also hit the new system that quite a bit of people are curious to see, namely the Nintendo Switch, then you’ll be in luck. IGN has over 20 minutes of gameplay showing Rime and what you can do in the beginning segment.

If you don’t know already, Rime is said to mix puzzling content within its core gameplay along with other familiar features like adventure style platforming.

If that all sound like sweet music to your ears the new video is up for you to watch. The video that runs well over 20 minutes, as noted above, comes in by IGN and their YouTube channel.

If you skimmed through the video or you are new and have no idea as to what this game is about, Rime puts you in the shoes of a young kid who has awakened on a mysterious island after a shipwreck. The island holds wild animals, relics, and a strange giant tower. Under the guidance of a fox, players are encouraged to explore the island and find hidden secrets.

Tequila Works has announced that the adventure/puzzle game is now confirmed for a release set sometime in May of this year. As for platforms or systems the game will release on PC, PS4, Xbox One, and the new upcoming console the Nintendo Switch.

For those who are curious and seek even more information regarding this game you can check out Rime’s official website.


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  • Disqusted

    Ugh. I wish people would stop using that awful bass sound they ripped straight out of Inception. It’s EVERYWHERE now. Some asshole decided to use it as the K.O. sound in Yakuza 6, too. The sound in 5 is better.

    Always liked Rime’s visual style. The video looks a little darker in color than I expected, though. I hope it’s better than Deadlight (really hated that).