The Nintendo Switch version of Ittle Dew 2.
Charming setting which dovetails with the minimalist story. Mostly action and very intense. Dialogue often breaks the fourth wall, as does the entire mystery of the island.
Enemies are overpowered, and there isn't much reason to attack the if you don't have to. Death is cheap, which removes a lot of tension. There are no potions to 'hang in there,' despite the dialogue joking about them.
But only if you try to avoid as many enemies as possible. There is little value in engaging when you don’t have to. The boss fights are super challenging. You always need a touch of luck. Enemies feel overpowered but death feels cheap, so it evens out. The story is nice and short but interesting and funny.
Conclusion: Recommended for anyone who wants a classic 2D Zelda feel that is fun, funny and challenging. 7/10
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