Requiem: Memento Mori Reviews (Windows)
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Game industry News (GiN) (2008)
In the end Requiem: Bloodymare offers decent graphics, gritty combat, hot character models, lots of blood and macabre, decent classes, totally free gameplay (provided you don't use the Item Mall), and a questing system that's actually fun. If you are able to play M-rated titles then I recommend Requiem: Bloodymare.
GamesRadar (Jul 29, 2008)
The developer has bills to pay, so Requiem offers subscription services of $7.99 and $14.99 per month that grant more XP per kill and extra loot, and unlock zone-wide chat. You can also buy temporary boosts and pay for mounted travel. For players who get invested time-wise, the benefits of a subscription would be well worth the cost. Leveling does get grindy as you reach higher levels, and the quests are unimaginative, but I still want to keep playing, try new classes, and get new beasts to possess. And why not? The price is right.
GameZone (Jul 09, 2008)
I was disappointed in the lack of horror for a horror-based game. However, there are worse MMORPGs out there and this is above par ... barely. Unless the DNA coding and beast ability is something that really excites you, you could take it or leave it.
MMORPG.com (Sep 10, 2009)
There's no doubt that Requiem is different. It breaks away from the typical MMORPG setting, and offers itself to players who are looking for a more realistically detailed game. The game's equipment, possession, and class systems offer great new experiences to a classically styled MMORPG, but feel lackluster and limited in their current implementation. The greatest concern, however, seems to be the harsh experience penalties to players without a premium subscription or experience boost from the item mall.
With its unique ‘horror’ atmosphere and top notch graphics, Requiem is worth the download if you’re looking for something a bit different than your usual MMORPG. The only real complaint with Requiem is that even though it has a fair amount of quests to do, leveling feels slow and combat is repetitive.