In depths below, where shadows play,
Subnautica whispers, 'neath waves' sway.
A tale of survival, brave and true,
In ocean's embrace, a world anew.
Crash-landed in seas, alien, wild,
A lone survivor, nature's child.
With fabricator's craft and scanner's eye,
Beneath the waves, our hopes do lie.
Leviathans lurk in deep abyss,
In bioluminescent wonder, danger's kiss.
From kelp forests to depths untold,
Each dive, a story bold.
Oh dear Subnautica, beneath the sea,
Where mystery and beauty, forever free.
In ocean's heart, where secrets hide,
A journey deep, where wonders bide.
The Angry Troll
Subnautica? You spend half your time feeling like a lost goldfish in an ocean-sized bowl. Crafting? More like endless scavenger hunts for the ocean's junk. The terror of deep waters? Pfft, my mud baths are scarier. It's like they gave up halfway on the graphics and said, 'Eh, it's underwater, no one will notice.' Spoiler: we did. And don't get me started on the story - it's thinner than watered-down soup. You'd think being stranded on an alien planet would be exciting, but nope, it's just swim, collect, repeat. I've seen more action in a kiddie pool. Dive into an alien ocean they said; it’ll be a grand adventure! Well, it's just wetter discount Minecraft with angrier fish. If I wanted to hold my breath while being chased, I'd dodge angry humans. At least they won’t nibble on my fins.