In a world afar, 'neath alien suns,
Rimworld unfolds, its story runs.
A colony small, in vastness cast,
Striving for future, bound to the past.
From shipwrecked start to fortress grand,
They shape the fate of untamed land.
Be it pirate's raid or winter's chill,
Their spirits strong, unbroken will.
Each tale unique, each path untrod,
Guided by the hand of god.
With AI's whim, tales twist and turn,
In fires of survival, lessons learned.
So sing of Rimworld, wild and vast,
Of futures built, of shadows cast.
In pixel's glow, life's drama unfurls,
In this game of dreams, of otherworlds.
The Angry Troll
RimWorld? Oh, you mean 'Sims in Space with Ugly Hats'. It's like watching paint dry, but the paint is suffering from an existential crisis. You spend hours micro-managing people who can't decide if they want to eat or just stand in the rain sulking. The graphics? I've seen more impressive doodles on a cave wall. And the 'emergent storytelling'? Please, it's just a fancy term for watching your characters go berserk because they ate without a table. It's less 'colonizing new worlds' and more 'babysitting grown-ups with the emotional resilience of a soggy biscuit'. Pass me a real game, please.