Panzer Paladin is a straightforward and competent retro platformer elevated by a robust weapon system and a multicultural setting.
Blasphemous trusts me to plot my own course in ending the Age of Corruption, making a visit to Cvstodia an enjoyable one.
If I was in a mood to find demons more exciting than doorways, I might find Odallus a disappointment.
Oniken is the classic 80s action-platformer as I like to remember it, not as it was.
Samus Returns is a confused remake searching for a reason to exist.
There are few other videogames with which I have a longer and more evolving relationship, and I am grateful for it to be one of my formative experiences.
While its whimsy holds up throughout, Feudal Alloy feels repetitive and shallow.