Riftstar Raiders becomes an absolute blast to play. It just might take you a bit of time to get there.
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There's no way this will ever be a mainstream fighting game, but it's still a blast to play.
It's like you're flipping the pages in a black and white graphic novel, and it fits the narrative perfectly.
The only major disappointment with this add-on is the lack of anything new aside from the enemies and environment.
If you're looking for something to essentially become lost in for the next month, you've found it.
Visually, Outcast: Second Contact is far superior to the original.
Unless you're a perfectionist who doesn't mind constantly reloading, you'll need to learn to thrive in the chaos.
Beating yourself at your own game feels satisfying, and losing yourself feels fair.
If you liked Neon Chrome but wanted a more set and less random experience, Jydge is the game for you.
If you like space exploration with a decent story, then this is easily the adventure for you.