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There are a handful of things to really like, but when it comes down to it, there's an unjustifiable price tag hovering over a game whose content is as light as a feather.
Feather is a beautiful, soulful experience, which is sadly too limited for its own good.
Feather provides a relaxing experience that captures the spirit of classics like Flower and Journey. Though it does not offer much replayability, what is here is done well.
Feather is the gaming equivalent of an ASMR video. Some folks will dig it while others will wonder why it even exists.
If you want a mindless game that will give you an opportunity to just get lost in thought as you move the thumbsticks of your Joy-Con around without much care, then Feather is pretty decent. But something this low on content gets stale pretty quickly, despite its beauty.
It would be nice if the game offered some guidance or a simple mission structure to give you more purpose, but as Feather is right now, it’s enjoyable if you go in knowing it’s a short, relaxing, simplistic experience.
A serene and pleasant attempt at a relaxation experience that's let down by Switch performance issues and a steep cost of entry