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Have you played Outer Wilds yet? You must! A glorious little solar system filled with dynamic forces! A time loop that encourages exploration! A puzzle to solve and a culture - several cultures - to uncover. And a game so good it was crowned Eurogamer's game of 2019. And yet some people have bounced off this game. The ship controls, the art style, the daunting task that lies ahead. In this week's podcast, guides editor Matthew Reynolds (twitter.com/Crazyreyn) is joined by features editor Christian Donlan and USGamer's Jake Green (twitter.com/jake_k_green) to make the case for one of the most interesting games of, well, ever really - as well as a full spoiler discussion of our favourite moments and mysteries for those who have played it to the end. We have plenty of further reading for you this week, including two pieces from Donlan and Jake about the game: https://www.usgamer.net/articles/outer-wilds-review https://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2019-12-31-outer-wilds-goty-2019 The Noclip documentary on how Outer Wilds was made, which we mention briefly: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LbY0mBXKKT0 And several books we discuss during the outro: 'Isaac Newton', 'Time Travel' and 'Information: A History, a Theory, a Flood' by James Gleick 'Quantum Theory Cannot Hurt You: A Guide to the Universe' by Marcus Chown 'Driving Mr Albert' by Michael Paterniti