Posted: 9 months ago, last updated 10 weeks ago.
At the start of the game, you decide to leave your home and your family. It's a coming-of-age tale told through a journey into a seemingly endless desert. With an emphasis on investigation rather than combat, you learn the history behind the broken monuments scattered through the land, how the nomadic clans arrived, and what made them stay.
You travel by hoverbike and with on-foot exploration. Meting and helping nomadic characters with their quests lets you learn their stories, as they lead you to the far reaches and hidden secrets of the sand-weathered planet.
In the game you can read the heritage and civilisation of other characters by the mask they are wearing. Solving puzzles and obtaining the masks to wear enables you to explore more widely in the areas related to that particular culture.
It's a gentle game where, with Sable, you learn about life, family, and being a part of something greater than one's self.
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