It has been revealed that RIME for Nintendo Switch will indeed utilize the HD rumble feature found in the system. The developer behind the upcoming title had this to say regarding this under-used feature:
“One of the features we put in was the HD Rumble. Yeah, it’s really cool. The designers put in a curve to how much they vibrate depending on what you’re doing in the world. The only thing really in there is in the menus – you can touch the screen. But that’s all, because we didn’t want to add any other gimmicks. RiME was never planned with any gimmicks in mind, and we thought if we add them now they might not fit with the game as we intended.”
The launch trailer for the game RiME has finally arrived so check it out above.
Experienced through the eyes of a young boy shipwrecked alone on a mysterious island, RiME delivers an emotional journey of exploration and discovery. The game takes inspiration from a variety of sources, including literature like The Little Prince, the films of Studio Ghibli and Ray Harryhausen, the art of Joaquín Sorolla, and the gorgeous terrain of the Mediterranean coast. Players will encounter wild creatures, ancient ruins, forgotten secrets and thoughtful puzzles that play with light, sound, perspective and even time itself.
Also available for the Nintendo Switch in Q3 2017! I am hoping the Switch version turns out amazing.
If you’re like me, you have been eagerly anticipating the video game RiME. The game is headed to the PS4, XBOX One and Nintendo Switch in the very near future! In this third developer diary, Tequila Works discusses how level designers and animators take ideas and concept art, and build them into a living, puzzling world. The game has an outstanding art style and I wish there was subtitles in this video…
Regardless, if you check it out, you can see some cool details regarding the upcoming game. I hope that RiME can live up to the hype.
Check out a sweet new video showcasing the game RIME. This one is a developer diary and is a pretty interesting watch. RIME is headed to Nintendo Switch, PS4, XBOX One and PC on May 26. In this second developer diary, Tequila Works dives deeply into the artwork and music which shape the RiME experience.
IGN had a chance to sit down with the promising-looking RIME game and were night enough to record the first 27 minutes of the action. Find out what happens next when you wake up on a beach in a gorgeous land of secrets. RIME was originally planned for PS4 but is now headed to Nintendo Switch as well as XBOX One. I am SUPER happy that this game is getting a “Second life” as it disappeared for a little while but is now back. I cannot wait to get my hands on it and will be picking it up on the Nintendo Switch (so I can play it wherever I go).
Check it out and let us know if RIME is up your alley.
The good people over at IGN have re-revealed the promoting Rime game that was revealed a while back. The Zelda inspired title was originally headed to PS4 but is now headed to multiple consoles. Rime will not hit PC, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch along with PS4 as well. More as it develops.
One of my most anticipated PS4 titles, RIME may be wrapping up development according to the tweet above. The development team has gone on record stating that the “grind is done” so it appears as though we may be getting RIME sooner rather than later. RIME reminds me a bit of Zelda Wind Waker and Ico all rolled into one and it looks pretty incredible. I can’t wait to hear more about this and I will keep you guys updated.
Transistor, No Man’s Sky, Flower, Journey (one of my favorite games of last generation),the gorgeous Rime, The Witness, Hohokum, The Unfinished Swan, Resogun, and the list goes on and on. What do all these titles have in common? They are all indie titles headed to the PS4 (or have already released on the console) and all look incredible. While Sony’s new machine will have its fair share of AAA titles, the indie scene is thriving on the PS4 and may make some gamers purchase the system just for these amazing titles.
Will all these outstanding Indie titles make you want a PS4?
All of aforementioned titles are headed to PSN and promise gamers some imaginative experiences and fantastic gameplay. We can’t help but to take notice every time one of these stand out indie titles is shown. No Man’s Sky looks grand in scope, RIME looks like a mix between Wind Waker and Ico, Journey will be re-releasing on the system for some who may not have enjoyed it last generation, The Witness will bring to PS4 and incredible puzzle style game and Hohokum looks downright joyful to play.
The PS4 has already garnered an impressive 10 million sales globally and it is only the beginning for the system. Sony has a lot of momentum headed into the Holiday season followed by a plethora of positive press. No doubt, gamers all over the world seem to be flocking to the system but we here at MVGN are wondering how many people are taking notice of Sony’s latest home console with the long list of impressive indie titles.
This new generation of systems for all three of the big players has already proven to be a fantastic place for indie developers and there are no signs of slowing down. What was once thought of to be “simple” games, may now be a driving force behind gamers decisions to purchase a next generation system.
What do you guys think? Will the indie games that are coming out have a major impact on what system you will buy or have already purchased?
Here is a beautiful, all new RimE trailer for PS4. The game tells the story of a boy who must use his wits and ingenuity to survive – and ultimately escape from – a mysterious island and a terrible curse. This new trailer was shown during Sony’s Gamescom 2014 press conference.
Rime is a title that has not only excited us here at MVGN, but has garnered a lot of attention among the gaming community.
Here is a gorgeous video of the PS4 title Rime. The game looks to be a mix of Wind Waker, Journey and Ico combined into one masterpiece. Let’s hope the game plays as good as it looks. The game was announced at Gamescom but I don’t think I have posted this trailer until now.
Check out this video of Rime and let me know if you plan on getting this for the PS4.