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Reverie: Sweet As Edition

Rating Summary

Based on 6 critic reviews
Fair Man

OpenCritic Rating

72

Top Critic Average

83%

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Game Information

Available on:Nintendo SwitchFeb 7, 2019

Publisher: Rainbite

Genres: Puzzle, Adventure

With restless spirits threatening the safety of Toromi Island’s inhabitants, Tai must venture through dangerous dungeons and across a variety of environments to put the spirits to rest. All in a summer holiday!

Reverie is an action adventure game set on a fictional island in New Zealand, inspired by the legend of Maui and the Giant Fish where the demigod himself fishes up the North Island with a powerful fishhook.

FEATURES:

- Six dungeons to fight and puzzle your way through.
- Use unique weapons and items to solve puzzles and defeat menacing bosses.
- Explore varied environments and find the secrets of Toromi Island.
- Collect hidden feathers from New Zealand’s many beautiful native birds.
- Story inspired by a Maori legend.
- Nightmare difficulty mode
- New minigame
- Quick select item wheel
- In-game achievement system

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Destructoid

6 / 10.0
Destructoid

Reverie originally released on the PlayStation Vita and PS4 in 2018. In the year since its launch, Rainbite added a new “nightmare” difficulty, item select wheel, new sprites, updated dialogue and a new mini-game for the Switch's Sweet As Edition. Those extras are nice, but they don't give the world the anomalous personality it needs. There's no part of Reverie I can point to and say, “This is bad,” as nothing it does would warrant such a label. In fact, most of the game is rather pleasant, but it's a type of pleasantry that dissipates the moment I set down the controller.

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Digitally Downloaded

Harvard L.
Digitally Downloaded

I did like the bosses for the way they used the game’s scope. The sprite work and attack patterns were impressive and even though they weren’t too all too challenging, I could really appreciate the care and effort that went into their design.

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NintendoWorldReport

7.5 / 10.0
NintendoWorldReport

Like a wonderful dream, Reverie is over a little too soon, but it leaves you with some pleasant memories.

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Fintendo

Ville Polvela

"Maori's Mask."

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