When I first heard about The Outer Worlds I was overjoyed. Developer Obsidian Entertainment is among the most accomplished, reputable, and talented companies in the industry. Every game it touches – from Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords to everybody’s favorite Fallout title, Fallout New Vegas – is an instant masterpiece. But then I heard Microsoft had acquired Obsidian Entertainment and would be debuting The Outer Worlds on Xbox Game Pass like all of its in-house titles. This seemed too good to be true because it meant you could effectively play the game for free (with a…

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