게시 일시: 2015년 1월 21일
Would I recommend? Tricky. If you've played through Overture and Black Plague then you probably want to take the story to completion.
The problem really is that this installment doesn't really do that. As a standalone puzzle experience it's not a bad little game but as part of the Penumbra series it falls short.
In essence, unlike the previous games with areas that naturally followed on and progressed with a story, Requiem is split into individual unrelated puzzles. Maybe something you've encountered in a previous area will help you understand a new one but that aside there's no real flowing narrative. The whole "find x number of keys to exit the area" feels a little cheap too with no real explanation.
In addition there are no enemies and not much interaction beyond pulling some boxes and turning values. Whilst some areas do have the spooky unsettling feel, after you've fallen off into the water and had to swim all the way back for 15th time the atmosphere tends to wane.
So to buy? If you want a fairly short puzzle game then Requiem isn't a bad choice. However if you're looking for a solid finish to the Penumbra story I think you'll be disappointed as nothing is really added beyond the conclusion of the second game.
I'll go with "yes" because Requiem isn't a bad use of your time, but just be aware of what it is and what it isn't.