Penumbra: Requiem Crack/Patch

Penumbra: Requiem Requiem ties up loose ends from previous installments and as Philip progresses he encounters various characters from his past. Penumbra: Requiem delves deeper into the world of the Tuurngait infection and personalities from the previous two games, Overture and Black Plague. Long lost friends return and aid Philip on his quest, but can they really be trusted? In the bizarre world of Penumbra: Requiem players experience another psychological thrill on a level unheard of before Penumbra: Black Plague. This time telling what is real and what is not is even harder and not always trusting your senses will be essential in order to survive. [Paradox Interactive]

Download Penumbra: Requiem Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 69 / 100
User rating
6
Downloads 1422
Genre Action Adventure, Horror, Survival
Company / Developer
Paradox Interactive / Frictional Games

Penumbra: Requiem reviews ( 6 )

NeilNone, Jun 26, 2009

It may be a bit confusing and weird at first but the walkthrough's on youtube are good to follow. I didn't like it at first but then I made progress. The story line is good, it is less freaky than black plague/overture.. It's more difficult because black plague was more simple. I love the 2 endings to, you either go through the door or.. Find out for yourself. :) My favourite part is also is: "By the time you read this I'll be dead. Kill them, Kill them all."

gvazdas, May 6, 2012

Now, just so you know, this game was released without any horror due to financial problems. The game company could not finish it properly so they released it and sold it. It was made for closure and not for horror. I expected harder puzzles, but that's just me.

LA_DOTTORE, Oct 10, 2012

Yes, this is still part of the horror puzzle series known as Penumbra but you wouldn't be criticized for thinking otherwise. They've fully exchanged the horror element for extremely difficult puzzles which, in my opinion, isn't what Penumbra should be focusing on. Though a game it feels like a DLC for it's previous and that is why it gets a lower score by me!

Yardglass, Nov 9, 2011

I loved Penumbra: Black Plague, but this game was not the same at all. It wasn't frightening, and the puzzles were trite. It just seemed like they'd run out of ideas. There was very little with regards to a story, and no sense of progression as you went through the game.I'm still giving it 5 stars as it was cheap, and I did play it through to the end (which took around 3.5hrs). I think I was mainly just really disappointed that it didn't live up to its predecessor.

OneShotOwnage, Aug 28, 2008

Not sure what happened in this addition to the Penumbra series, but I don't like it. It was almost like they were trying to create an offbrand horror version of valve's "Portal." Requiem does not contain any sort of story line (if it does, it was not very obvious to me). On top of that, it was almost like Reqiuem was created using no Logic. Whether you are trying to get a mysterious blue ball rolling through randomly placed blue blinking laser grid without touching the lasers, or you are throwing explosive ketchup bottles through a large pipe to blow up a box with a key in it below you... it is all the same. It is boring, and tedious. I never thought I would say this, but it isn't even worth 10 dollars. This is definitely free-ware material.

dajhorn, Jun 17, 2014

No story, no action, no horror. Requiem is not what I was expecting from something in the Penumbra series. This game is a just a put-blocks-on-switches puzzler that could have been an engine demo or a Nintendo cartridge from years ago.