I randomly started playing one of the games I had in my Steam library – don't even remember where I got it.
So, the game is called Analogue: A Hate Story. It's Korean visual novel. I played it for 3 hours and would do so more, but I got bad ending and don't have any save that's close to where I finished.
You are send to investigate an accident that happened on a spaceship many years ago. There you get access to a ship's computer and an AI that guides you through ship's logs (usually in form of messages between people) from which you learn its history.
At first I was worried I won't be able to follow history filled with many unfamiliar names.
Especially that you learn that history from messages without further context so it can be confusing at first. But it might actually be brilliant move on the part of creators, because it probably made me follow the story more carefully. Either way, pretty quickly I got invested in the story, but let me tell you – it's not a game you can play mindlessly.
Aside form letters, you also read comments from computers AI helping you with finding what might interest you.
So far I'm having good time. Game showed me history with interesting characters and plot and it seems the most interesting stuff is just before me. So I am little mad that I have to go to work tomorrow and can't just finish the game instead.