Forbes: "Oh, adolescence. That fumbling stretch of painful, pre-adulthood eternity filled with awkward first kisses, greasy skin and that embarrassing haircut you deliberately paraded out in public. In public, man. Had you no shame? What matters, though, is that it’s not an endless gauntlet, but instead a passing phase. As in temporary. Beautifully finite, at least for most. The years (and the overflowing cringe) pass, we grow up a little bit and if we’re really lucky, valuable lessons are learned in the process. I’d wager that no game can relate better than No Man’s Sky—the rubber-banded braces are off, the Axe Body Spray is in the garbage and Limp Bizkit’s Rollin’ isn’t on constant damned repeat."