Sometimes a game's story can be enough to make it a memorable experience. In the case of The Station, from a small team of veteran developers that worked on Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning and BioShock Infinite, that definitely rings true. And it's the sort of game that fans of The Twilight Zone, The Outer Limits, or hey, Star Trek should definitely check out.
Taking place aboard a space station that was sent to investigate a distant alien civilization, The Station bears some similarity to last year’s Tacoma. In the getting to explore a seemingly abandoned space vessel to figure out what happened sort of way. Although it features and tells the fractured stories of various scientists and their relationships with one another, The Station is more interested in exploring the bigger picture. Namely that of what would happen if we, as humanity, had not only the means to discover extra-terrestrial life in the universe but to also send a crew aboard a space station to silently observe and conduct research.
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