A compelling, well-written story that some people out there may relate to, or at least appreciate.
Pixel art and animations look jaw-droppingly gorgeous.
Soundtrack is a potent mix of synthwave, chiptune and classic rock that makes for a great listen.
The Sh’mup has handy power-ups and plenty of baddies to shoot.
Fast reaction times and a long, tense chase makes the Sidescroller the best of the bunch.
Far too short, lasts about just over an hour.
Slow-pace and basic combat makes the RPG a bit of a stinker.
Driving game has facile gameplay and no real sense of urgency.
High scores contribute to nothing in the end.
Games can’t be played independently from the story; no additional levels.