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Rhem 4: The Golden Fragments

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Rhem 4: The Golden Fragments

Just Adventure
15 September 2012
  • Excerpt: Sets you into a huge, fantastic world full of strange vehicles and buildings, unknown mechanisms and machines, secret passages and doorways
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Adventure Gamers
8 November 2010
  • Conclusion: Clearly, RHEM 4 is not a game for the impatient. Or for those who want a lot of story or character interaction, are easily frustrated by large amounts of note-taking, or who want cutting-edge graphics. Yet for those of us who long to escape into worlds where we are lonely adventurers faced with nothing but vague directions and empty landscapes, there is much to enjoy here.
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RHEM 4: The Golden Fragments by flotsam

25 September 2010
  • Excerpt: RHEM and I go way back. Well, back to 2002. I reviewed the first game, having purchased it directly from Mr. Müller, well before it got a commercial release. I had heard it was like Riven , which was all I needed to take a gamble. This is what I said at the time: "If you like big open worlds where you can poke buttons and pull levers, in which you will need to take notes and draw diagrams, where objectives and where to go next are not immediately apparent, and where...
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Overall 8

Rhem 4: The Golden Fragments

Adventure Classic Gaming
18 September 2010
  • Excerpt: Rhem 4: The Golden Fragments is the fourth title in a series of Myst inspired adventure games from German indie developer Knut Müller. Like Myst, this game uses pre-rendered images with the occasional live action video. All the games in the Rhem series are set on a mysterious island called Rhem, which is full of weathered machinery and ingenious contraptions.
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