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Robinson's Requiem is a 1994 survival simulation video game developed and originally published by Silmarils exclusively in Europe for the Atari ST, Atari Falcon and Amiga. Taking place in the 22nd century where Earth and colonized planets are facing overpopulation, players assume the role of Robinson officer Trepliev 1 from the Alien World Exploration department in his attempt to escape imprisonment from the fictional planet of Zarathustra alongside another AWE Robinson named Nina1, while facing several hostile creatures and dangers in order to survive.
Robinson's Requiem was developed in conjunction with Ishar 3: The Seven Gates of Infinity and made use of Silmarils' proprietary ALIS game engine. Though it was initially released for the Atari ST, Atari Falcon and Amiga microcomputer platforms, the game was later ported to other home computers and consoles including the PC, Macintosh, 3DO Interactive Multiplayer and Atari Jaguar CD, some of which were released by several publishers across multiple regions and with each one featuring several changes and additions compared to the original versions. The 3DO version was originally announced for a February 1995 release by ReadySoft but due to extensive delays, it was not released until 1996, becoming one of the last games released for the system. The Jaguar CD port was developed and completed but cancelled until it finally received a homebrew release in 2011 by Songbird Productions. A conversion for the Amiga CD32 was also planned but never released.
Robinson's Requiem has been met with mixed reception from critics and reviewers alike since its initial release. The Atari ST and Atari Falcon versions received praised for their presentation, graphics, sound design and gameplay but received criticism for being difficult to newcomers, slow pacing and steep learning curve. Similarly, the Amiga version garnered praise for its graphics, sound and gameplay but was criticized by some for the low framerate and difficulty cuve. The PC versions were met with a more divisive reception from video game magazines and dedicated outlets who felt divided in regards to several aspects, including the level of complexity and difficulty for players. A sequel, Deus, was released in December 1996 only on PC. It has since been re-released on compilations for modern PC platforms through download services such as Good Old Games.
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Robinson's Requiem System Requirements
- Operating System: Microsoft Windows XP
- Processor: Pentium 4
- RAM: 512 MB
- Video Card: 64 MB
- Hard disk space: 363.7 MB