Anti-piracy protection software Denuvo is getting cracked faster and faster on more games, with certain games made free by hackers in as short as a week. Denuvo says that the protection is meant to protect games during “the initial sales window” but is that even the case anymore?
A week after release, much of the discussion surrounding Rime isn’t about the ruins or the mystery, but rather piracy. Players claim anti-piracy software slows the game down. Pirates say the newly cracked version of the game fixes that problem. Rime’s producers seem unsure if DRM caused performance hits, but Denuvo…
Rime, the indie game caught halfway between Ico and Journey was released last week. With Denuvo DRM. Like a lot of games. But that made some players angry, and prompted the developer, Tequila Works, to state that once the Denuvo DRM is broken, which it eventually always is, the company will release a DRM-free version…
Look at a screenshot of Rime. Any screenshot. Take in the swirling colors, the vast oceanside vistas, the stark, mysterious ruins. It’s all distinctive, and yet somehow familiar. Rime wears its gaming influences on its sleeve, but it lacks their heart.
The Nintendo Switch version of Rime is getting a price drop, of sorts: While publisher Greybox says it can’t lower the $40 price of the Switch cart without “selling at a loss,” it’s lowering the digital version to $30 to match other versions, and including a digital code for the game’s soundtrack inside the physical…
Yesterday, the developers of the colorful adventure game Rime announced that it will be out on May 26 for PC, PS4, Xbox One. Later, it’ll also come to Nintendo Switch, although you’ll have to pay an extra $10 for the privilege.
Action-puzzle game Rime was today re-revealed for the PS4, Xbox One, PC and Switch after over a year of silence from developer Tequila Works. Rime, slated for May, was previously a PS4 exclusive.
Here is yet another look at Rime, the Wind Waker-esque action/adventure game that was announced for PS4 last year.
Forget Killzone and Watch Dogs—the best-looking game I've seen on PlayStation 4 so far is this contemplative adventure by a Spanish development studio named Tequila Works.
Part Ico, part Wind Waker, part Journey, and 100% pretty damn awesome-looking, this is Rime, announced today at Sony's presser in Germany. It's being developed by the Spanish studio Tequila Works, previously responsible for the horror game Deadlight.