Shiver: The Lily's Requiem Collector's Edition
It’s your first day as head doctor of the Blackwill Hospital, but trouble starts before you even enter the building! A young woman collapses on the street, attacked by someone – or something. As you treat her, you realize she may be connected to your past… and you may be the only one who can save her from the strange illness that also claimed her mother. Only one thing is for certain - they never prepared you for an adventure like this in medical school!
February 01, 2015
2 Difficulties + Custom Mode
Exclusive Bonus Chapter
Integrated Strategy Guide
Wallpapers & Concept Art
Bonus Mini-Games & Cutscenes
Achievement & Collectibles
Replayable HOs & Puzzles
Shop & Aquarium
In The Lily’s Requiem, you play as Dr. Robert Thompson, who has just been accepted into Blackwill Hospital. On your first day of work, you came across an attacked young woman who seems to have a connection with your former patient. Unravel all the secrets and stop the Blackwill curse! We do not know what to feel about the story in The Lily’s Requiem, the game started out very interactive and engaging, but then the story only gets weaker after that.
As mentioned, Shiver: The Lily’s Requiem is nowhere as creepy as the previous installments. The atmosphere is more bright than chilling, and the few jump scares scattered around the game were not very effective either. Still, we appreciate the production of the game which has clearly improved from its predecessors. The graphics are of bold colors and sharp quality, while the music is fitting and not distracting.
There is nothing particularly exciting about the gameplay; since aside from the usual features, there are no other special features included. We also wish the developer would have included more tasks in one location, because they could help raise the difficulty of the game a little bit.
Nonetheless, the hidden object scenes and puzzles are impressively crafted. Even though they hidden object scenes are mainly junk-piles, we enjoyed the variety of formats offered and interactions in the scenes. Furthermore the puzzles are very entertaining, some creatively adapt in ways that they could fit into the storyline.
In Collector’s Edition, you can use the collectibles to purchase the items in the shop to decorate your house, as well as your aquarium – totally unnecessary, but better something than none right? The full list of extra materials can be found below.
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