Sunless Skies: Sovereign Edition

Sunless Skies: Sovereign Edition

Sunless Skies

**I seduced a woman who’s head was a jeweled skull while there was a spider nestled inside my eyeball. It was

! great fun, but sadly it took

! way too fuckin long to get there.**

Who is this game for?

If you like Britishness, the possibility of a decent story, nice environments or you like mildly spooky games AND you’re either willing to cheat or your time isn’t valuable.


Looking for diamonds in the rough.

Real player with 249.8 hrs in game

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My feelings towards this game are many and complicated. For background, Sunless Sea is one of my favourite games ever…and I can also totally understand why some people might absolutely hate it. Sunless Skies is in many ways an improvement over Sea, and yet, for me at least, it hasn’t quite recaptured the magic of Sea, and I’m not entirely sure I can explain why.

For people who haven’t played Sea, both it and Skies are games about exploring a world that is sometimes bizarre, sometimes charming, and sometimes terrifying. Both games have some of the best writing that I’ve seen in video games, with excellent worldbuilding. And both games are very slow-paced. A lot of time in these games is spent travelling from point A to point B, with only the occasional combat or random event to break up the travel. Depending on the person, this can either be a chill and relaxing experience, or an incredibly tedious one.

Real player with 118.8 hrs in game

Sunless Skies: Sovereign Edition on Steam