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Pick a direction and wander off to get the most out of this mesmerising game of exploration.
Sable's lonely, heartfelt journey of self-discovery will sit with me for a lifetime.
Sable is a beautiful, minimalist voyage that's hindered by bugs and bland puzzles.
A stunning visual style can't hide the fact that Sable is not only uninterested in guiding its players but it doesn't really care about entertaining them either.
Sable is downright beautiful in its execution and storytelling, and captures an innate desire for exploration like few other open-world games.
Self-guided exploration is bolstered by quests that give you an excuse to jump on a speeder, climb mountains, and float through unexplained ruins in a dazzling ecosystem
The game reminded me that perfection isn’t a prerequisite for a work of art to be meaningful, or for a young person to be valued and supported. Sable, bugs and all, is the perfect example of that.
Sable is a relaxing adventure with a satisfying focus on exploration and player freedom.
Sable it's a wonderful adventure that, at first sight, can seem slow and with frustrating aspects (slow pace, world apparently empty...), but its universe will hook you up with lots of mysteries to unfold and the main character's journey. All that with an unique audiovisual and aesthetics that will leave you wanting more, even with evident faults.
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Sable is a truly wondrous and serene experience at times, but lift the mask and you find it's also one that has its flaws and inconveniences. If you can see past its weaknesses, this is a journey of pure and innocent discovery that's well worth taking.