Rime set to release on the Nintendo Switch

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Rime, once a PlayStation exclusive title, is now set to release on multiple platforms including the Nintendo Switch. I must be a poet because I’m loving the looks of Rime… Sorry for the terrible play of words.

So, the Brazilian Ratings Board, has rated Rime for PlayStation 4, PC, Xbox One, and the Nintendo Switch. Just to further emphasize, this ratings board is a very accurate source for gaming leaks, but there has NOT been an official announcement from the developers yet. I have reached out to the developers for further confirmation and I will update this post as soon as I hear back. Big thanks to Gematsu for spotting this rating on the Brazilian Ratings Board.

What do we know about Rime? Well, it is being developed by Tequila Works with help from GreyBox and Six Foot. This title is supposedly set to release sometime in 2017. Here is a quick overview of the game:

Rime is a single-player puzzle adventure game about a young boy shipwrecked on a mysterious island after a torrential storm. Players must use their wits to decipher the challenges and secrets of an expansive world strewn with rugged terrain, wild creatures and the crumbling ruins of a long-forgotten civilization. With subtle narrative, colorful cel-shaded artwork and a sweeping score, Rime offers players a meaningful journey filled with discovery.

 

What are your thoughts of Rime coming to the Nintendo Switch? I personally am pretty excited, as this game looks to be quite interesting. I would definitely like to see some more gameplay of the the title though. You can check out a full list of games coming to the Nintendo Switch HERE.

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Austin enjoys long walks on the beach with his Nintendo Switch while enjoying the reflection of the sunset. Well... the Nintendo Switch has not been released yet, so he just dreams about that at night. Austin is known to talk about himself in third person and refers to himself as Clint Eastwood at times.
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