Another World or you may know it as Out of This World, or even Outer World, was released back in 1991, for the Amiga, and Atari ST. The game got praise from critics, and became a success, leading to it being ported to other systems such as Sega Genesis, SNES, GBA, and so on.
In short you play as a man named Lester, who is a scientist. Lester finds himself in a alien world filled with danger, because of an experiment gone wrong (Gordon Freeman’s uncle?), and is forced to fight to survive.
As with most older games like Another World, you can not simply talk about it, and get your point across. Another World back in its time was great, it done a lot of things that hadn’t been done before. The biggest thing being it’s story, it was the first game I played, that keep me on the edge of my seat until I finished it.
Looking back now, the gameplay, wouldn’t be much fun to younger generations. Even adding in the the story, most gamers wouldn’t appreciate what the game has to offer. I will say though, if you are a fan of older games, and still like to backtrack to visit the history of gaming, Another World is the way to go.
To even put a cherry on top of the icing to show just how special Another World is. It was one of the first games put into Video Game Art Exposition at the Museum of Modern Art in 2012, which only included 14 titles.