Outer Wilds 

released on May 28, 2019
Outer Wilds

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Outer Wilds 

released on May 28, 2019

Outer Wilds is an open world mystery about a solar system trapped in an endless time loop. Welcome to the Space Program! You’re the newest recruit of Outer Wilds Ventures, a fledgling space program searching for answers in a strange, constantly evolving solar system. Mysteries of the Solar System... What lurks in the heart of the ominous Dark Bramble? Who built the alien ruins on the Moon? Can the endless time loop be stopped? Answers await you in the most dangerous reaches of space.

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A brilliant combination of player-driven investigation of dozens of mysteries in a clockwork solar system, and a conclusion about coming to terms with the inevitability of entropy on a cosmic and local level. Dangerously likely to give you an incurable phobia of angler fish.

So lovingly crafted and heartfelt that it lets me look past any minor faults it may have. Love this one, and I definitely recommend going in as blind as possible!

To quote Night in the Woods: "At the end of everything, hold on to anything"

Never seen a game ramp up the tension as suddenly and severely as the finale of Outer Wilds - but still perfectly appropriate within the narrative and tone of the game. Genius shit.

This game is the processes of science in one of the best gaming experience you could possibly have.
It has one of the greatest illusion of known physics today and it mixed fun and intructive in a brilliant way.
Bathed in the beautiful music and mysteries of this unknow universe you'll discover a face of gaming you never thought existed yet.

This game is unbelievably good. It is fantastic game idea executed perfectly. The universe you explore is perfectly sized, nothing is too big and filled with fluff, while stil having tons of stuff hidden beneath the surface. It's miraculous how a game of this size will never once leave you clueless and mindlessly wandering.
The less I tell you about the game the better. It's really great, contender for the best game I played this generation.