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Subnautica Below Zero 


It has been a blast live streaming Subnautica Below Zero. I am very thankful we had enough money to purchase Subnautica Below Zero on the Playstation 5. The live streams I performed of Subnautica Below Zero will be transformed into videos and put on our video channels. If you missed the hopping live streams you can still catch them there. I might even still be playing Subnautica Below Zero on Twitch when ya’ll read this review.

Subnautica Below Zero gives us an icy theme with the same concept. We crash land on an alien planet. There are plenty of new and cool things to craft in Subnautica Below Zero. There are some amazingly large sea creatures to deal with in Subnautica Below Zero. Be careful with your oxygen levels in Subnautica Below Zero. I learned that lesson the hard way. I wanted to go deeper and deeper but could only hold my breath for so long. That is where figuring out what to craft is needed.

Even though Subnautica Below Zero is an icy planet there is some amazing diversity under the waves. We can also make land vehicles in Subnautica Below Zero which is pretty cool. The voices in Subnautica Below Zero are pretty good. I enjoyed listening to the variety of warnings this voice gave me. The music sets a real tone in Subnautica Below Zero. At times I forgot I was playing a game because of how great this game looks and how much fun it is. I wanted to find more animals, and more areas in Subnautica Below Zero.

The issues families will have with Subnautica Below Zero are blood, violence, bad language, and more. There are some scary moments in Subnautica Below Zero when certain aggressive animals come after you. I was legit terrified at some moments while playing Subnautica Below Zero. I was also excited to get away or to finish scanning certain animals. The bright plants in Subnautica Below Zero will help this game look even better. The roar of certain creatures will let you know to get away and as fast as you can.

All in all I enjoyed my time with Subnautica Below Zero. I will continue to play this game for some time. I enjoy this franchise because it is like an underwater Minecraft that has awesome looking graphics. I found nothing blocky about Subnautica Below Zero at all. Subnautica Below Zero feels less hospitable than the last game. I am also glad that Subnautica Below Zero is its own separate game instead of just DLC. If you like crafting, building, and exploring then Subnautica Below Zero might be for you.
- Teen Gamer


Graphics: 70%
Sound: 70%
Replay/Extras: 89%
Gameplay: 73%
Family Friendly Factor: 73%

System: Nintendo Switch/PC/PS4/PS5/Xbox One/Xbox Series X
Publisher: Gearbox Publishing
Developer: Unknown Worlds Entertainment
Rating: ‘E10+’ - Everyone TEN and OLDER ONLY {Animated Blood, Fantasy Violence, Mild Language}

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