After all is said and done, Draugen feels like a beautifully-crafted, but unnecessary, prologue to whatever story lies ahead of it. It’s worth a spin, most of all for its short playtime and gorgeous presentation, but least of all for its actual mysteries.
I don't think it's a stretch to say that Supraland is a modern classic in the puzzle genre. It's approachable, meaty, colourful, and its puzzles are very, very clever. Don't expect anything more, and you stand to have a good time.
As long as you don't mind how similar it is to the original game, One Finger Death Punch 2 offers up a furious and spectacular pastiche of action that bypasses your brain and interfaces directly with your reflexes.