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The Wind Waker-inspired island world of Rime is a beautiful puzzle worth solving - A.V. Club

The titular sailor from Samuel Taylor Coleridge's Rime Of The Ancient Mariner was forced to wear a murdered albatross around his neck as an ever-present reminder of the sin we are all chained to. The unnamed hero of Rime, developer Tequila Works ...and more »

Rime is beautiful, heartbreaking, and a little too familiar - The Verge

Praise for the works of Fumito Ueda — the iconic director behind games like Ico, Shadow of the Colossus, and The Last Guardian — tends to lean on the same handful of descriptors. Ueda's games are solemn and sad, sweet and surreal. They're among the ...and more »

RiME review: this hauntingly beautiful game stays with you long after you complete it -

Seeing the end credits roll on RiME is a little like reading the acknowledgements on the last page of a poignant novella. There's awe, lingering sadness, and the overwhelming notion that flawed art can still be good art. The best and biggest game ...and more »

Rime - IGN

By Marty Sliva On the surface, Rime is a gorgeous, melancholy adventure of a lone wanderer in the similar fashion as memorable games like Ico, Journey, or The Witness. But just under that layer of beautiful art, mysterious locations, and wonderful ...and more »

RiME review: Zelda meets Journey in this beautiful puzzle-filled adventure -

When RiME was first revealed to the world by its developer Tequila Works back in 2013, there was a considerable degree of hype. A puzzle-adventure game with a vibrant art style like that of Journey and gameplay that seemed to draw from The Legend of ...and more »

RiME Review – Whenever in Doubt, Follow the Fox - Wccftech

In the past few years, we have heard stories of troubled development involving some high profile titles like Final Fantasy XV and The Last Guardian, but there are also smaller titles that didn't have it easy, like Tequila Works' RiME. The game ...and more »

Rime review - Polygon

You'd be forgiven for thinking Tequila Works' Rime sounds a heck of a lot like thatgamecompany's Journey. Stop me if you've heard this one before. A solitary wanderer cloaked in red makes a journey through a vast, varied expanse. Their only weapon is ...and more »

Rime review: a beautifully realised island of wonder - The Guardian

The story begins, as so many do, with a stormy sea, a flash of lightning, and a shipwreck. A child washes up on a deserted island and, with nary a word of exposition, embarks upon an epic journey. Tequila Works' third-person puzzle adventure has been ...and more »

Rime tips & tricks: advice for your island puzzle adventure - VG247

Tequila Works' Rime is a wonderful little game – and a bit unusual. It's sort of part The Witness, part ICO in terms of look and execution of its intriguing narrative, but sprinkled in there are some of the puzzle-solving aspects of games like Zelda ...and more »

RIME Review – The Ancient Mariner - GamingBolt

There is a desolate, melancholic beauty to RIME, Tequila's long in the making puzzle platformer that finally launches for PS4, Xbox One, and PC, three years after its initial announcement. The game begins with a turbulent storm, ending with a lone boy ...and more »