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When Rime eventually makes its way to Switch, Amazon Spain will be selling a special release. The retailer is currently taking pre-orders for the Rime Collector’s Edition.

The package naturally contains a copy of the game. Aside from that, you’ll also receive an exclusive box, an art book, and a map of the island.

You can pre-order the Rime Collector’s Edition here. For those interested, it can be imported to the United States.

Thanks to axel for the tip.

A new Rime video recently went up in which the team at Tequila Works spoke about the experience of what it was like working on Rime. See it below.

More extensive footage for Rime has been posted online. It’ll be a bit longer until the Switch version of drops, but you can view the game’s first 50 minutes below.

More Rime footage

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With Rime’s release happening tomorrow, and hopefully approaching soon for Switch fans, there’s plenty of footage from the game going around. For those of you who don’t enjoy commentary in your gameplay videos, you’ll find 10 minutes of commentary-free Rime footage below.

First 19 minutes of Rime

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IGN is giving us a good look at Rime with 19 minutes of footage. Take a look at the site’s full video below.

Rime launch trailer

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Rime’s initial release is taking place tomorrow, so Tequila Works and Grey Box have put out a new launch trailer. Check out the video below.

Note that Rime won’t be out on Switch this week. It’ll be coming out a little bit later on, though we don’t have a specific release date just yet.

Update: As a small bonus, here’s a new song Lindsey Stirling created for Rime:


Original: Members of Tequila Works are currently hosting a Reddit AMA for Rime. The studio is answering various fan topics that surround the Switch version, the game in general, and more. Topics include what to expect from Switch visually and developing on the platform, how the team approached puzzles, their inspirations, and more.

We’ve rounded up excerpts from the AMA below. You can continue reading the full thing here.

Nintendo showed off the first footage of Rime on Switch last week during a special indies episode of Nyannyan Neko Mario Time. Using gameplay from that video as well as a trailer from January, one fan put together a few rough comparisons for the Switch and PS4 editions. See how the two versions stack up below.

Update: GameReactor has now clarified that the team is targeting 720p in both docked and portable modes.


Original: GameReactor recently chatted with Rime creative director Raúl Rubio and game designer Kevin Cerdá. The two developers were able to comment specifically about the game’s version on Switch.

Rubio started out by saying that Tequila Works was “glad that Nintendo was interested in Rime, but as you can guess it’s still a lot of work.”

Cerdá followed up on Rubio’s words by weighing in on the challenges with bringing Rime to Switch:

Some unfortunate news for you Australians out there: There has been a bit of controversy recently over the price of the Switch version of Rime, which was initially announced as costing more than other versions of the game. Yesterday, publisher Grey Box announced that the digital Switch version of the game is now going to cost $29.99 / €34.99 / £29.99 instead of $39.99 / €44.99 / £39.99 in North America, Europe and the UK, respectively, while the physical versions will remain at the higher price point, but come with a download code for the game’s soundtrack.

Vooks inquired about the situation in the Australian market – and as it turns out, the digital version is not getting a price drop there. Both the digital and the physical version will cost $79.95AU. Like in other regions, however, the physical version will come with a download code for the soundtrack.

Luckily the Switch is region free, so Australians can just access another region’s eShop and download the game there at a lower price point.

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