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Penumbra:Requiem released

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Penumbra: Requiem is an expansion for the horror game Penumbra: Black Plague and takes off where the last game ended. Requiem sees Philip, the game protagonist, falling deeper into madness and has to fight inner demons as well as outer ones.

Requiem takes the player on a journey filled with psychological horror, tense atmosphere and unspeakable things constantly lurking in the darkness. The player will have to figure out what is real and what is not, the correct decision meaning the difference between life and death.

Thanks to LinuX-gamers.net for the heads-up.

Requiem Homepage. There is no demo for this expansion of the series.

There are demos of Penumbra: Overture and Penumbra: Black Plague to whet your appetite. Or you could see my review of Penumbra Overture. The Black Plague sequel was equally exilarating, if not even moreso.

The first two games cost $20 each and the Requiem expansion costs $10, or you can purchase all 3 for $35.




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