The Outer Worlds is the Bethesda RPG you always wanted, but it's not made by Bethesda. This is one of the finest RPG experiences that let you take complete control of your storyline, and it's one hell of a ride.
The Outer Worlds is a fresh face in the open-world RPG genre, which has stagnated in recent years. The Outer Worlds has fun, exciting companions and unique settings to explore. While the game leaves you wanting more, what you do get is fun, fresh, and keeps you hooked to the end. I absolutely can't wait to see more from the franchise.
I think anybody that enjoyed playing the Fallout games, as well as anyone that has enjoyed the Mass Effect titles, would unequivocally enjoy their time playing The Outer Worlds. I had so much fun exploring every nook and cranny, scouring out-of-the-way locations for loot, taking everything that wasn’t nailed down, and immersing myself in the otherworldy locations around Halcyon.
While a bit safe in design, The Outer World offers a well imagined new world with great writing, crazy characters & politics, 30 well-packed hours with tons of replayability and a sublime background texture of Easter eggs, tributes and well crafted jokes.
It’s safe, but very welcoming. I can even see it developing into sequels if Microsoft chooses to support it and the fans embrace it, which I have no doubt will happen – some games are just made to cosplay. For those that were disappointed with Fallout 76 going online multiplayer, this is the single-player RPG you’ve been looking for. If you’re hankering for somewhere you can while away the hours talking shit, chuckling and prodding at the locals, you won’t be disappointed.
Замечательная игра с увлекательный геймплеем, интересной историей и классным юмором:) Люди жалуются на продолжительность, но мне она вовсе не показалась короткой, побочки занимательные, игра восторг!:)
The Outer Worlds is a great game with some strange things sprinkled in, but overall a grand First Person Shooter experience. I enjoyed it and it really is an Obsidian game through and through with choices that hold weight. You won’t be able to please everyone. You can customize your character and even choose what traits you want to be very good at or things you want to be very bad at too. There are lots of skills to know, and characters and companions to use. At this time it was a big thing to have more than one companion out at a time and they capitalize on that. You can have your and 2 partners out at any given time off of your ship the Unreliable which is great. Make sure your team covers all the bases they can. You do it well and you could see the benefits play out in and after battle. Do it wrong and you could suffer unnecessary blunders and game over screens. Just a hint for free though. You want to level up fast go to Monarch as soon as you can. They’ll say it’s deadly and dangerous and even call you crazy for wanting to go there but it’s the best for the Experience point gain. If you’re a RPG lover, and want the time to be worth it you’ll head there right away. Depending on your choices you could side with the corporate world which hold a monopoly on everything and are lying about the whereabouts of the Hope, a big ship where the good yet eccentric doctor Phineas retrieved and rescued you from. With that being said, they are basically his enemies too. So the game is pushing you to go against them but you don’t have to. I went against them on my playthrough and it was funny. Even though the head of the organization was an idiot I didn’t kill him especially because he was in the middle of recording a commercial to all the corps and people in the Galaxy. I wouldn’t think it would have done me any good. The game is fun and the choices are important. But it can get a bit weird and strange in some areas. For some these topics may be irrelevant, but this is my review and so I want to talk about them. It seems the game also pushes a weird woke new age agenda as we not only see many alternative lifestyles represented it seems they are pushing way too hard on the same sex thing from the crew speaking on watching shows about it, NPC characters in the game being attracted to your characters you have with you. Normally this doesn’t bother me because I’m aware it’s just a game, but it seems like they were really pandering to a certain audience that wasn’t there, and going really hard in that direction. For what is my question. Did they have a lot of **** supporters or people on staff? Were they trying to be political with it and use the **** audience for the sake of wanting to be new or to be different? There were times where it got really awkward fast because of those kinds of things. You’re gonna have those kinds of people around once in a while, I get it, but the way it was delivered seemed like it was forced and strange. It didn’t affect my gameplay at all but my overall experience with the game was affected negatively for it. Let’s just say I wanted to get through the game without having to think about it. I bought it and played it and supported Obsidian, so I have a right to express my feelings on the review. But that’s enough about that. Obsidian was apart of Bethesda so naturally they’d have a bit of their DNA in there with the loot and how it’s handled by weight. Be prepared to upgrade how much you can hold of your like me and like storing as much as you can on you. There are many upgrades to Taylor your character and party to your particular play style which I absolutely love. The music was good and the gameplay kept me engaged. This is a game that’s been a long time coming for me to finally finish in my backlog and I’m glad I could get to it. I give The Outer Worlds a solid 7/10 and would recommend it to those that like RPG’s especially First Person Shooter western style RPG’s, because that’s what it is essentially. There is some political stuff in it that doesn’t help it along the lines of same sex and it can be troublesome to those that may not want that in their gaming experience. Peace to all and happy gaming.
Good sci-fi RPG. I liked everything of this game, story, characters, gameplay, atmosphere. The only bad thing is that you have to wait a lot when you travel from one place to another or when you enter to certain places. I did almost all the extra things and I spent 40 hours to complete the game. Alhough it's not a great game I love, the voices, dialogues (many can be very funny) and that you can do whatever you want. To be honest I ended up a bit boring of doing extrasidequests but gameplay push me to keep going. If you don't want to do the sidequests maybe it's a good idea to do the mission of your companions (in case you want to know more of their future lives when you finish the game). I also loved the atmosphere and the sci-fi retro vibe. Also, if you have the hack ability at 80 when you are finishing the game it might be useful. I didn't have this level so I can't really asure you if it's worthy. Anyway, enjoy this sci-fi RPG you probably won't regreat it. This game deserves a 7-7'5 in my opinion.
The game is painfully unfun. If you think Fallout is a fetch quest heavy game, get ready for this. Loading screens that make ps3 skyrim looking snappy. Allies are either boring, cringe or even more stupid Rick Sanchez.
Not going to be too brutal here but it's not for me. I find the environments and characters to be quite bland and after about 13 hours in I can't really bring myself to get over being bored with it to finish it. I love similar games but this one is just boring the heck out of me.
SummaryThe Outer Worlds is a new single-player first-person sci-fi RPG from Obsidian Entertainment and Private Division. Lost in transit while on a colonist ship bound for the furthest edge of the galaxy, you awake decades later only to find yourself in the midst of a deep conspiracy threatening to destroy the Halcyon colony. As you explore the...