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Let’s Play: Hardspace: Shipbreaker (PC), Welcome to the suck!

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Well, virtual kindergarten is fully underway for my oldest child, and I’m getting back into the swing of homeschooling my younger twins, all while house training our 4 month old puppy. So I’m really hoping that salvaging spaceships in zero gravity in Hardspace: Shipbreaker is going to be as chill and zen as I’m expecting it to be.

I really enjoyed the whole Shipbreaker experience. The control scheme in zero gravity takes some getting used to, but I anticipate the game really opening up and becoming more fun once I get used to it. And while definitely being a relaxing and zen game, I actually enjoyed the sense of urgency and hopelessness of the dystopian setting. This game has so much potential, and I’m looking forward to more.

Author: Aladdin Glasco

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