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Boot Magazine (Imagine Publishing, 1997)Edit

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Computer and Video Games #173 04/1996 (Gremlin feature, with a small preview on ROTH)Edit

NB: Pages kindly provided by Anonymous.

Computer and Video Games #181 12/1996 (English preview)Edit

NB: Page scanned by Anonymous.

Computer and Video Games #182 1/1997 (English review)Edit

NB: Pages scanned by Anonymous.

Computer Gaming Museum #173 05/1997Edit

NB: Pages kindly provided by CGWmuseum.

EDGE #58 July 1996Edit

Back in 1996, the British EDGE magazine contained an extended feature on Gremlin Interactive, the company behind Realms of the Haunting. The lenghthy article also talks about their other productions like Loaded, Hardwar, Fragile Allegiance and the Actua series of sports games. I was haphazardly but thankfully made aware of this issue while roaming the informative Gremlin Archive.

Excalibur #58 (Czech review)Edit

NB: Pages originally scanned by Anonymous.

Excalibur #62 08/1997 (Czech Walkthrough)Edit

NB: Pages originally scanned by Anonymous.

GamePro #93 (English review)Edit

NB: Page originally scanned by E-Day.

Level #23 12/1996 (Czech preview)Edit

NB: Page originally scanned by Max90.

Level #24 1/1997 (Czech review)Edit

NB: Pages originally scanned by Anonymous.

Pařeniště 27 02/1997 (Czech review)Edit

NB: Scan provided by DJ.


PC Action 1/1997 (German review)Edit

NB: Pages kindly provided by Klaus Sommer from Kultmags.

PC Format #63 December 1996Edit

PC Format #65 (English feature including lots of background information)Edit

NB: These scans have been kindly provided by GOG Forum user hmiao.

PC Gamer UK July 2011 (English review of the GOG version)Edit

PC Games 01/1996 (German preview)Edit

NB: Pages kindly provided by Anonymous.

PC Games 1/1997 (German review and advertisement)Edit

NB: Pages scanned by glitchfail, ad scan by Anonymous.

PC Games 3/1997 (German walkthrough, part 1)Edit

PC Games 4/1997 (German walkthrough, part 2)Edit

PC Joker 1/1997 (German review)Edit

NB: Pages kindly provided by Klaus Sommer from Kultmags.

PC Magazine April 22 1997 (English review)Edit

NB: Image courtesy of Google Books.
Though critical of the graphical appearance, the reviewing author still finds some words of appreciation for the sound design.

PC Player 1/1997 (German review)Edit

NB: Pages kindly provided by Anonymous.

PC Power #33 (English preview feature)Edit

NB: Pages originally scanned by richardhalo, and digitally distributed by disthron.

This lengthy feature by Paul Mallinson shows a work-in-progress look at Realms of the Haunting prior to its release in the fall of 1996, including an interview with producer Paul Green and interesting insights into the development process, such as the artwork design and the filming at Bright Light Studios, even showing demo locations that were cut from the finished product.

PC Power 01/1997 (German review)Edit

NB: Many thanks to Klaus' Kultmags Archive for providing these scans.

PC Total 1/1997 (German review)Edit

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NB: Cover scan kindly provided by Kultboy.

Power Play 1/1997 (German review)Edit

NB: Scan kindly provided by Anonymous.

Retro Gamer #108
(English retrospective including bits of an interview conducted with producer Paul Green)
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Further reading: While researching the game for his article, Retro Gamer author Graeme Mason also interviewed Sascha Kimmel, creator of the comprehensive ROTH fansite, which you can find over at Graeme's personal blog.

Riki #25 2/1997 (Czech review)Edit

NB: Scan provided by Lenivec.

Score #31 07/1996 (Czech preview)Edit

NB: Scan provided by max90.

Score #36 12/1996 (Czech interview with producer Paul Green)Edit

NB: Scan provided by Anonymous.

Score #37 01/1997 (Czech review)Edit

NB: Scan provided by Anonymous.

Score #41 05/1997 (Czech walkthrough, covering chapters I to X)Edit

NB: Scan provided by Anonymous.

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