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From the art director of the brilliant Journey comes ABZÛ, an underwater adventure full of life, colour, and meditation. If the idea of diving through beautiful underwater vistas sounds like something you might be interested in, then you probably don't want to miss out on this. It's truly a wonderful game to look at.

From our review.
Now, what you look for in an experience can end up shaping how you feel about it as a whole. This translates to all artistic mediums, from film, music, paintings, to books, and sure, video games. Taken at face value, ABZÛ presents a relatively short game where you explore linear underwater environments in order to reach your goal. Trying to explain where the game ends up, and what that goal is, would probably rob you of some of ABZÛ’s power. If you’re thinking it looks like an underwater game where you interact with sea creatures and swim about in beautiful environments, then yeah it’s mostly that.

But it’s also so much more.

Enhance your calm with our ABZÛ Review


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