Posts Tagged ‘Verde Station’

Verde Station: In Conversation

The bark is worse than the bite

Space is the place, they say, and walking is the thing. Duelboot launched Verde Station on Steam Early Access last week, and Pip and Alice have separately explored it, poking around and admiring flora all alone in a space station where something’s a bit off. Then they got together for, well, not a Verdict, but a conversation. One Alice had evidently forgotten they’d planned.

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Gone Home And Moon Dock At Verde Station

Gone Home. To space. Like a space man. A space Sam.

A year alone in space and it’ll find anyone, They say: space madness. The big black boredom. The horizonless heebie-jeebies. The endless ennui. Lunarcy. A year aboard Verde Station tending plants with only an AI for company and the mundane might start to seem very weird indeed.

All of which is to say that Verde Station is a video game, a first-person explorer set about a space station where you’re all alone. I’m getting a big hit of Gone Home with a bosh of Moon, and I dig it.

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