In the puzzle oriented expansion Penumbra: Requiem long lost friends will return and aid Philip on his quest, but can they really be trusted? In the bizarre world of Penumbra: Requiem players will experience another psychological thrill on a level unheard of. This time telling what is real and what is not will be even harder and not always trusting your senses will be essential in order to survive.

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8 REENIGAV

Mar 4th, 2012 1 person agrees 0 people don't

No scary parts :(, anyways, good game

DJBeastBoy209 says
8 DJBeastBoy209

Feb 15th, 2013 0 people agree 0 people don't

i cant play this game after i bought says it cant load some bitmap file and wont let play how do i fix

boredgunner says
8 boredgunner

Sep 27th, 2012 0 people agree 0 people don't

A one-sided, puzzle based expansion for Penumbra. There is no real enemy contact, and it's totally unnecessary. As far as I know, this expansion was only released due to people not being satisfied with Black Plague's excellent, but semi-open ending.

Theevina says
8 Theevina

Aug 29th, 2012 0 people agree 0 people don't

Keys, keys, and more keys.

This game has no monsters, no horror, and a very linear puzzle-based gameplay. It's very unlike the others. Its main purpose is to finish up the story of the series and it does that fairly well, although it may still be up to your interpretation. The new things include a bunch of dialogue and some new places and puzzles to try.

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8 Dune_Jumper

Oct 3rd, 2012

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Daveed93 says
8 Daveed93

Sep 8th, 2012

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forces says
8 forces

Apr 5th, 2012

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8 TheUnbeholden

Nov 22nd, 2011

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8 ZoneLurker

Nov 7th, 2011

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8 Mendozacheers

Apr 8th, 2011

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