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    RiME's paradisiacal world should be home to a memorable journey.
    Out of the ID@Xbox titles expected to be released in 2017, few have the history behind them of RiME. After being greenlit by Microsoft, picked up by Sony, and eventually finding an entirely different publisher, the game has been dragged through several companies throughout its lifetime.
    With its appealing world and interesting approach to puzzle gameplay, RiME has gained a fair amount of traction throughout development. Topped off with a significant delay into 2017, the anticipation for the title has continued to build as its release date grows near. Now, with a final launch set for May 26, the game is on track to be released for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.

    We managed to spend some time with RiME in its current state, and we looked at how the game is shaping up on Microsoft's home console.

    Full story from the WindowsCentral blog...
    04-14-2017 04:10 PM

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