In nearly every way I can measure it, Sea of Stars is best in class.
Cosmic Star Heroine is a great combination of old school aesthetic sensibilities and new school design philosophies.
I admire Bleak Sword for its simplicity, but its punishment for dying keeps me from giving it a whole-hearted recommendation.
If there’s a reason to play Curse of the Sea Rats, it’s for the phenomenal quality of its animation.
Despite the transformative addition of coop multiplayer, Cat Quest II is more a refinement to its predecessor than an evolution.
Quest’s plain levels are a bore to navigate and its initially-clever combat systems soon mistake complexity for depth.
Cat Quest is an exhilarating intersection of speed and simplicity.
Mortal Shell is a contradiction: an inadequate and acceptable alternative to an infamous inspiration.
Foretales disrespects my time and effort.
Star Renegades’ smart strategy RPG battles are undermined by relying on the same few tactics with little variation.