Destination Primus Vita's first episode makes a strong impression, with a captivating story and puzzles that take some thought but aren't too harsh. It provides a steady balance of narrative mystery and challenging quests, and I can't wait to see what the other episodes will reveal.
I enjoy tracking monsters, and using their resources to advance scientific research, but I also love spending time away from the hunt where I can learn the movements of not just the giant monsters but the smaller animals, too. Sure, any animal can be hunted, and I know the name of the game means some will have to die. But the moments of observance recreate the circle of life more than the game's story and left me most excited to return to Astera with my new discoveries, whether they were monster parts or something less grisly.