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75 / 100
Jun 8, 2018

While not as deep and rewarding as the material it's riffing on, Reverie's ode to Zelda presents a charming trip through New Zealand folklore that's worth checking out.

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7.4 / 10.0
May 21, 2018

Reverie's a bite-sized adventure in the same vein as Link's GameBoy adventures and half as filling. There are some charming ideas and brain-teasing puzzles but not much else that truly sets it apart.

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7 / 10.0
May 31, 2018

Reverie has nothing to surprise with, but it takes the best elements of SNES' action-adventure games and adds some of its own charm. Safe and fun title, especially for fans of the retro style.

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9 / 10
May 25, 2018

Developer Rainbite has taken inspiration from some of the best classics ever, and they have delivered a small-scale game that's both a great homage and a release that manages to stand on its own. Reverie is a fun game to play for pretty much everyone that enjoys action games. Reverie is totally worth your time and money, and I look forward to seeing what the team does for their next game!

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Apr 11, 2018

Reverie is a game with Kiwi heart and soul, it is a love letter to New Zealand, to classic adventure puzzle games, and to childhood summers spent daydreaming being an explorer and hero.

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75 / 100
May 26, 2018

Reverie catches attention because of its nostalgic inspirations, and does enough to hold the player through its short and fun hours. Its setting, story and little eccentricities make up for the dull gameplay, delivering a fun experience and making it stand out from similar games.

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Jun 7, 2018

Reverie is a that I highly recommend you play today. It's a cross-buy release, so that means one purchase will get you the PS Vita and the PS4 versions of the game so that you can play it at home or on the go. Trophy hunters are going to enjoy getting the game's Platinum trophy, but the best news for them is that the PS Vita and the PS4 trophy lists are two separate lists, which means that if you play the game from start to finish on the console and the portable, finish all side-quests and take care of the miscellaneous trophies, then they will be able to get a ton of trophies for their collection in a single purchase! And yes, the game is fun enough for you to play it twice and still find it very entertaining.

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7.3 / 10.0
Apr 2, 2018

Reverie's New Zealand influences make it unique and its visuals ooze with charm.

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Feb 7, 2019

Reverie excels by evoking that nostalgic feeling while at the same time making every location feel like something completely new and innovative.

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9 / 10.0
Apr 21, 2018

Reverie is a great game for the Vita with a playtime of around 6-8 hours if you don't follow a guide and explore at your own pace as you seek out everything it has to offer. The combat can be a little simplistic at times but the puzzles more than make up for this as it offers a few really tricky dungeons along with some straightforward ones. The game emphasises on talking to the NPCs and finding your own way around the map as you aren't handheld or guided every step of the way – you must become Tai and live out his adventure for yourself. I would go as far as to say that this game is essential if you are looking for something charming yet thought-provoking on your PS Vita.

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