Every now and then a game arrives that just intrigues from the get-go. And ever since we first heard about Journey to the Savage Planet, our ears have been pricked and our excitement levels have struggled to stay in check. Today though all that changes as it’s now time to take a Journey to the Savage Planet on Xbox One, PS4 and PC.
Available to purchase from the usual digital stores, Journey to the Savage Planet from 505 Games and Typhoon Studios is a hilarious first person action adventure in which you find yourself crash landing on the planet AR-Y 26. From there, and after an initial briefing from some of the craziest NPCs you’re likely to meet, your journey across this savage planet begins. How it unfolds though is entirely up to you as the development team behind this creation have managed to shoehorn in a whole host of stunning content.
From scanning everything you can see, to taking in battles with bosses, and kicking Pufferbirds off the edge of a cliff for the sheer hell of it, Journey to the Savage Planet is one wicked ride – all whilst delivering some of the most comedic gameplay moments of recent times.
With missions at hand, upgrades to craft, and secrets to unveil, Journey to the Savage Planet on Xbox One, PS4 and PC looks to cover nearly all bases that any gamer will want. And without a shadow of doubt, it’s one that many will laugh with, laugh at, and laugh on, as you attempt to get a grip with the matter at hand.
And the best thing about it? You don’t have to go it alone either and with cooperative options available, dragging in your favourite online friend for some proper hijinks should be something not to miss.
“Journey to the Savage Planet is a AAA passion project handcrafted by our small team,” said Alex Hutchinson, creative director, Typhoon Studios. “It’s a game about exploration and capitalism and jokes about falling down, but it’s also a hearkening back to the games we played and loved as kids, when meandering and experimenting were rewarded more than getting straight from point A to B. We hope it makes you laugh, and we hope you enjoy the journey as much as we enjoyed creating it.”
“Typhoon Studios and Journey to the Savage Planet are a perfect fit for 505’s portfolio of creative, innovative developers and games,” said Neil Ralley, president of 505 Games. “Following in the wake of last year’s successes with Remedy’s Control and Koji Igarashi’s Bloodstained, and the partnership with Kojima Productions to bring Death Stranding to PC later this year, we’re thrilled to start off 2020 strong with the global launch of ‘Savage Planet’. We’ve loved this game since the first time we saw it, and we believe players will feel the same excitement we do as they embark on their interstellar adventures.”
Our full review of Journey to the Savage Planet on Xbox One is live and ready for your perusal. It’ll quite happily tell you all about the inner workings of this masterpiece in gaming and so anyone even slightly tempted by what it brings would do well to check it out.
But that’s not all and any new adventurers looking for a quick helpful hints and tips piece will find we’ve got them sorted too. Okay, so you probably need to know more than just 5 things that will help you out on your adventure, but these are as good a place to start as any.
Once you’re committed to Journey to the Savage Planet then heading to the Xbox Store, the PlayStation Store or your PC offering should be the next plan of action. For just £24.99, taking time with this wonder is all a bit of a no-brainer.
Journey to the Savage Planet in an upbeat first-person adventure game set in a bright and colorful alien world filled with weird and wonderful creatures. As an employee of Kindred Aerospace, which proudly touts its rating as the 4th Best interstellar exploration company, you are dropped onto an uncharted planet deep in a fictitious, far away corner of the universe. Launched with high hopes but little equipment and no real plan, your job is to explore, catalog alien flora and fauna and determine if this planet is fit for human habitation. Onward to adventure! Good luck – and mind the goo!