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Puzzle-Adventure Game RiME Gets a Release Date

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Tequila Works has announced that their gorgeous puzzle-adventure game RiME will be coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on May 26th. A Nintendo Switch version is  slated to drop sometime in the summer. It will cost $29.99, with the Switch version coming in at $39.99.

RiME is a third-person, single-player puzzle game where the player will take control of a young boy as he explores a mysterious island. By solving a variety of environmental puzzles, players will have to uncover the secrets of the Mediterranean island. RiME‘s unique looks and sound design will help to push the player forward, making every area and moment a feast for the senses.

Check out the full press release for more details on RiME and stay tuned to Voxel Voice as the release date draws near.

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GREY BOX, SIX FOOT AND TEQUILA WORKS’ RiME WILL LAUNCH ON PLAYSTATION®4, XBOX ONE AND WINDOWS PC ON MAY 26

Captivating Puzzle Adventure Game Will Be Available on Nintendo SwitchTM Later this Summer as Both a Physical Retail and Digital Title

HOUSTON and MADRID – March 8, 2017 – Grey Box, Six Foot and independent developer Tequila Works have announced that RiME, the highly-anticipated puzzle adventure game, has a confirmed release date of May 26 for the PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system, Xbox One, and Windows PC. It will arrive at both retail and digital store shelves with a suggested retail price of $29.99 / €34.99 / £29.99.

Shortly afterward, RiME will launch on Nintendo Switch™, allowing players to take the adventure with them anywhere on the go utilising the system’s portability, as a physical and digital release with a suggested retail price of $39.99 / €44.99 / £39.99.

RiME is a single-player puzzle adventure game about discovery, experienced through the eyes of a young boy who awakens on a mysterious island after shipwrecking off its coast. Players must navigate the island’s secrets by making use of light, sound, perspective and even time. Inspired by the rugged, sunbaked terrain of the Mediterranean coast, RiME paints its breathtaking world with a fusion of vibrant colours and moving musical undertones to set the stage for the deeply personal journey that awaits within.

For more information leading up to release, visit www.rimegame.com , and follow the title on Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr.

About Grey Box

Grey Box is a video game publishing brand that champions the idea that games are an influential art form and players should be treated as sophisticated consumers. Grey Box aims to set a unique standard for quality in interactive entertainment. www.greybox.com

About Six Foot

Six Foot was founded in 2000 as an interactive agency, building digital experiences designed to make connections between people, brands and technology more human and meaningful. Now, as a full-service games company with offices in Houston, Los Angeles and Berlin, the company applies that same passion to building extraordinary video games as well as providing creative direction, marketing and brand management, front- and back-end development, customer service and community support for game publishers, including Grey Box. www.6ft.com

About Tequila Works

Tequila Works, S.L. is an independent boutique studio founded in 2009 by Raúl Rubio Munárriz (founding member of MercurySteam Entertainment, developers of Castlevania: Lords of Shadow) and Luz Sancho Rodríguez.

Tequila Works’ first title, the BAFTA-nominated Deadlight, was published in 2012 by Microsoft Studios. The studio is currently working on several original IPs, including the highly anticipated RiME.

Tequila Works’ philosophy is to create games with gusto. The team consists of a healthy blend of talented veterans from Atari, Blizzard, Disney, Double Fine, Electronic Arts, LucasArts, SEGA and Pixar, as well as new blood from the animation and comic book industries, all of whom enjoy challenging their creative talents and seeing the world with amazement every day. www.tequilaworks.com

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