The orchestral score is genuinely stunning, and fits the enigmatic, meditative quality of FAR: Changing Tides perfectly.
Taking you to through the decaying vestiges of a lost civilisation, the sequel to FAR: Lone Sails offers a beautiful apocalyptic world, rendered with a hint of the melancholy.
Think a massively simplified version of FTL, fixing up and maintaining your ship as it carves through the water. It's enjoyable, despite the occasional lull.
A polished, 4 to 5-hour adventure, which you probably won't mind embarking upon again once you've reached your destination. A fine way to relax.
Mostly story-driven milestones, Changing Tides' list also has a smattering of objectives you'll need to keep your eyes peeled for. Also, there's a speedrun one, if you like that sort of thing.