The lights are on
Rime developer Tequila Works has released a new developer diary via YouTube. The second in a series of developer diaries, it details some of the creative processes behind Rime's mysterious environments, and how the game's music was recorded. It's a nice look into the creative aspects, and even discloses some fun facts, like Rime being made completely free of motion-capture. You can watch the whole thing down below.
Rime made waves last year after the project switched publishers from Sony Interactive to Greybox and its parent company Six Foot. You can read more about that right here. Rime will be available on PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch on May 26.
Tequila Works recently released the mystery game The Sexy Brutale. You can read our review right here.
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May 26th can't come soon enough...
I really wish this game had a more understated/minimalist score. It feels too loud/in your face as is, at least to me.