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5 years ago

Steam Charts: Dinosaurs, Depths & Deception

Fans Of Things Not Staying Exactly The Same All The Time will be glad to hear that the latest weekly Steam top ten is quite a changed one from the previous week. A new number one, surprise re-entries and a loosening of Ubisoft's chokehold on the charts.

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Space-Octopus’s Garden: Subnautica Farming Update

The most important things in the world, we all know, are swimming in the great outdoors, admiring flora and fauna, and caring for plants. Subnautica [official site] already had most of those covered as it dunked players onto an ocean-covered alien world to explore, build bases, and survive, and now it's expanded flora-fancying too. Along the journey through Early Access, the Farming Update has added…

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Sealab 2015: Subnautica’s Habitat Update

I've had Subnautica [official site] for a while now, but only got around to installing it this weekend. As it continues to ascend out of Steam Early Access, the undersea explore 'em up has spat out a big update with a few things that made me want to dive in. For starters, undersea bases can now have all the cool glass corridors and viewing domes…

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6 years ago

Now Docking: Subnautica Adds Submarine Mothership

Explore-o-survive 'em up Subnautica [official site] might not have yet left Early Access, but it has now entered my cool books. Docking ships in video games is pretty great in general, a small moment hinting at the grand scale of a world, and even better is docking inside a larger vessel you can also control. Subnautica has that now. An update yesterday added a big…

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Subnautica Enters Earliest Access, Offers Prototypes

Much like the above "screenshot" the first of Subnautica's released builds are not going to be representative. The second project from Natural Selection devs Unknown Worlds will enter what they're calling "Earliest Access" on October 31st. It's called that because they feel the game "isn't ready" for Early Access - far too much unfinished and in flux. They're leaving it up to you whether you're…

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Marina, Aqua Marina: Unknown Worlds’ Subnautica

No-one in their right mind would have put down money on 'sandbox submarine adventure' being the next project from the creators of human vs alien FPS/RTS crossbreed Natural Selection. I did, however, and as a result I became a billionaire. Unfortunately I then put down a billion quid on Destiny turning out to be Frog Fractions 2 in disguise, and now I am poor again.…

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First Subnautica Screenshots Surface

I'll tell you what's in space: a big load of nothing. Oh I'm sure it's very pretty and makes you think and all that, but I'll find my abyssal mirror in the ocean thank you very much. You know what's down there? Iron snails, radiant deathworms, giant woodlice, immortal jellyfish, and colossal creatures we discover by finding bits of them in other monsters' stomachs. So…

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7 years ago

Of Life And Depth: Subnautica

Unknown Worlds, the studio behind Natural Selection 2, have announced a new game in a genre that they "do not believe has yet been invented". Popping players in a customisable submarine, Subnautica will "combine elements of role playing, sandbox, exploration and cinematic games to create a unique experience". There aren't many details yet but there's a superficial (at least) resemblance to Hello Games' recently announced…

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