Subnautica

Subnautica

2018
Adventure
Survival
Subnautica is a survival, adventure game set in an open world environment and played from a first-person perspective. The player controls the lone survivor of a crashed space ship, called the Aurora, on an aquatic planet. The main objective of the player is to explore the game's world and survive the dangers of the planet while at the same time following the story of the game. (Wikipedia.org)
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Subnautica

2018
Adventure
Survival
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Rated 28 Jan 2018
75
45th
It's a gorgeous game, also speaks to the fear of the unknown, specifically the ocean which is terrifying... even though this isn't technically a horror game. I'm not much for survival generally because having to eat every 5 minutes ruins a game for me, but this is fairly forgiving, and there are different modes (one in which you don't have to worry about that). Big open-world to explore, lots of intrigue, pretty cool story.
Rated 16 Aug 2023
50
11th
not for me
Rated 14 Jan 2021
77
62nd
I like to play this on Freedom without hunger and thirst, but even then the travel times are kind of brutal. Desperately needs a fast travel system. The game is hard enough without the bugs too. When I reloaded a save I respawned in a fire and died.
Rated 21 Jan 2019
97
93rd
At first I thought it was a common survival game with differential happening on the ocean floor. I was surprised. The graphics are elegant. The mechanics of vehicles in water is pure sci-fi. Developers opted to not display a map or gps, this made exploration difficult and exciting. But there are flaws. The Cyclop submarine is very giant and has poor energy efficiency, which makes it an uninteresting experience. Hunger and constant thirst is very annoying, and they turn you off from the narrative
Rated 15 Mar 2022
70
94th
Each time I came back to the surface, I always found myself a little less afraid of the depths. A bit rough around the edges but still a very pleasant adventure with occasional intense moments.
Rated 11 Apr 2021
98
97th
in its genre unique, it set a new milestone of immersion
Rated 03 Sep 2021
80
72nd
it doesn't really deviate from the explore, collect and improve-formula other genre entries offer, but there's yet something special about it. is it the colourful, beautiful, immersive underwater world? is it the awesome sound-design? is it the array of pretty cool tools and gadgets? or the way you're introduced into the world by just the right balance of freedom and plot? ok, yes, that's it. all of it. it's great.
Rated 02 Jul 2020
3
38th
The only survival game thus far to grab my attention for a solid 15 or so hours, but unfortunately it didn't last for much longer after that. Don't dig the style and the interface feels almost like it's ripped out of a children's educational game. It's terribly optimised as well.
Rated 19 Feb 2019
78
62nd
Very fun, but the endgame got slightly tedious - the travel times were just a bit too much, and the resource gathering is inherently repetitive. I would also have liked the ability to make my own map in the game.
Rated 13 Mar 2018
100
83rd
Lots of crafting, amazing graphics and a pretty big ocean to explore. The survival element is easily manageable once you know how everything works. Replayability may be an issue for some because it's a fixed world with the items you need to progress being essentially in the same spots from game to game. However if like me you have a rotten memory and a terrible sense of direction replayability is much less of an issue! Cool story too.

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