Out There Chronicles - Ep. 2

4.6
303 reviews
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Content rating
Teen
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About this game

The next chapter in the highly-anticipated Sci-Fi saga inspired by Out There, the multi-award-winning space exploration game.

After fleeing America in a ramshackle ship, Darius and his ragtag crew crash on a desert planet. He wakes in a sorry state, alone on the purple desert planet.
In this chapter, Darius must survive on a planet almost as unwelcoming as a local population that worships a mysterious Winged God. What happened to his crew? Did Nyx survive? And most importantly, how the hell can he get off this cursed planet?

Out There Chronicles is a unique adventure set several million years before Out There. Where do the Arks come from? What are the Cubes? Fans of the original game will find answers to some questions, but others will remain a mystery.
You’ll also meet various alien races and get the opportunity to learn more about their people… If you can master their language, of course.

In this universe that is so far from your own in distance and in time, a sharp mind and an instinct for survival are your only weapons. Friendships can be forged and ancient rivalries re-emerge through your encounters with almost-human and less-human races. Will you be able to distinguish friend from foe?
As in the original game, a single human is unable to face the forces of the universe alone. Achieve your goals by exercising diplomacy when needed, and seizing opportunities when they present themselves.

Written by FibreTigre, author of the original game, Out There Chronicles offers an epic story that will delight science fiction fans in search of new experiences.
Brilliantly illustrated by top French SF artist, Benjamin Carré, and equipped with a simple interface, Out There Chronicles will take you on a journey of adventure, even if you’ve never played a video game before.


Features
• 50+ achievements
• An interactive sci-fi graphic novel written by FibreTigre (Out There)
• A complex dialogue system: your choices can have consequences later in the adventure
• Master the alien language and discover their cultures
• Stunning, varied environments
• Develop relationships with an array of complex characters
• Revelations on the Out There universe
• A dead simple, accessible interface
• Magnificent illustrations by Benjamin Carré, the French master of science fiction
• Captivating music composed by Siddhartha Barnhoorn (Antichamber, Out There…)
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Jan 26, 2018

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4.6
303 reviews
Jon W
March 28, 2021
Buggy, less logical, and poor translation. A disappointment after the great episode 1. Many of the puzzles have illogical, overly specific solutions. There are plot holes and conversation trees that seem unfinished. The final battle solution makes zero sense, and seems incorrectly programmed. Your choices often produce the opposite effect of what was intended.
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A Google user
July 30, 2019
Hm... Well it's barely a game, so not for everyone but I love sci fi stories so I'm fine with that. The setting and universe are spectacularly intriguing and immensely unique, the graphics depicting what's going on is gorgeous and the music is cool (if you can hear it). Still the story isn't as interesting as I hoped, too much serendipity really and the ending is meh. Also the checkpoint system is abysmal, the music is glitchy and there are lots of typos. Well, waiting for the next installment.
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A Google user
May 1, 2019
This choose-your-own-adventure is such a good game. Yet English language issues make things difficult, like directional choices were very confusing. Furthermore, some choices don't make sense (someone on the frontline CAN protect you in the rear, but having them in the rear from the start means they CAN'T protect you). The checkpoints are not evenly spaced, so navigating permutations is a chore. Nevertheless, the music is great, and the art is cool (though limited). Well worth a play!
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Checkpoint bugs fixed