Penumbra: Requiem Pro Reviews
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Penumbra: Requiem Reviews10
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|2404||7.0/10||Oct 01 '08|
|AceGamez||4/10||Oct 17 '08|
|Adventure Classic Gaming||3/5||Oct 19 '08|
|Adventure Gamers||3/5||Sep 30 '08|
|Digital Chumps||7.4/10||Sep 23 '08|
|GamerNode||8.0/10||Sep 11 '08|
|HonestGamers.com||3/10||Mar 11 '09|
|HookedGamers.com||7/10||Nov 15 '08|
|IGN PC||7.5/10||Sep 12 '08|
|Destructoid||7/10||Oct 03 '10|
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"Makes an entertaining addendum to Penumbra; just dont expect it to be as good as, or even similar to, the previous games."
"Teams of competing dwarves mine treasure for their king, while battling familiar monsters along the way. For such a videogame-y concept, you'd think more games would have explored this idea. As n..."
"A sort of mixed-breed game that's fun, but ultimately less captivating than its predecessor. For $10 by itself or $20 bundled with Black Plague it's still worth picking up."
"As an end to Frictional's Penumbra series, Requiem leaves something to be desired. While its puzzle and gameplay structure remains entertaining and satisfying, the expansion removes a few major elements of what made the Overture and Black Plague so appealing. That by no means makes it a bad game, but with no coherent narrative drive and the removal of a sense of danger, the game just doesn't possess the same kind of immersive draw of its predecessors."