Grab The Games: Before We Leave

Another day, another review for our fans. Today, I couldn't be happier not only that we have the opportunity to review it but also that we are going to present why this title is as fresh as it sounds! But what is this game anyway? Is it worth the hype? Should you pick it up immediately? (If you don't already own it) Stick around, and you will find out now. Let's start by mentioning a few things about the game itself. Before We Leave is a non-violent city building game set in your own cozy corner of the universe. 

Rediscover and rebuild civilization. Create a multi-planet resource network.Overcome ancient challenges and fend off hungry space whales. Your people have spent generations underground. They've missed the caress of sun on the skin, the squelch of soil between toes, the tickle of flies on noses. They emerge, full of wonder, and with absolutely no idea how to grow anything except potatoes. Rebuild civilization by building huts, harvesting… potatoes and expanding your reborn society to other continents and eventually, other planets. Manage resources, discover ancient tech, and create a planetary network of colonies to thrive in your solar system.

To begin with, the very first aspect that really surprised me is the graphics and, in general, the artwork of the title. They are sharp, unique, and create a fantastic atmosphere for even the most demanding players. The worlds are well designed, full of details, and cute and intriguing to explore. Furthermore, the game is enjoyable to play and soothing, especially in these difficult times. There are many challenges that you will face along your journey, but the good thing is that, as I mentioned before, the game is non-violent, and you will not fight for survival or resources.

Another important aspect I should mention is that the title is extremely easy to get used to and learn the ropes and it is ideal to spend your time on after a hard day or when you are feeling stressed (which is what I am looking for lately) As far as the negative aspects are concerned, I couldn't find any, the game offers what it promises, and I loved the eco-friendly message as well. It is satisfying to play a building game in which you face no imminent threats.

To sum up, the game is satisfying and is definitely worth picking it up. It is enjoyable; it makes you want to play even more and end your day with a smile. I am pretty confident as well it will get the attention it deserves from the fans.

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