Outcast: A New Beginning Review – An Alien Planet Worth Exploring

Outcast: A New Beginning is essentially the sequel to a game you likely have never played from 25 years ago. That said, this new Outcast is certainly worth your time, even if it’s a bit rough around the edges.

The original Outcast came out in 1999 and was ahead of its time in the technological department. The original used an early version of Voxel technology to build out its open world, alongside the usual blocky 3D characters that were appropriate for the time. And yet, the game had early implementations of lip-syncing and emotive faces with an impressive amount of voice acting.

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