The other day I 360˚ spin-kicked a guy twice my size in the chin. He was guarding a button that opened a door, you see. Behind that door was the incorrigibly corrupt union
Action RPG fans will likely be pleased with it as long as you don't go in expecting anything especially innovative.
It's fascinating – when a film or TV show leaves the viewer to fill in details, we frequently praise it. Too hand-holdy, and there's an air of mild condescension about leaving nothing for the
Stardew Valley is easily one of my favourite games to play when I want to unwind – it's unstressful, rarely more than very mildly frustrating, surprisingly deep in places, has tons of replay value, and adorable.