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With bright sunny visuals and a humble slice-of-life story. Atelier Ryza is pure gaming chill.
The sense of scale you get when creating your contraptions in VR is incredible, I would often find myself constructing goliath vehicles requiring a fair amount of stretching and standing on tip-toes to get the finishing touches on.
Children of Morta offers a unique twist on roguelike formula and wraps it up in a warm and engrossing story that will have you genuinely caring for its family of characters. Unfortunately, whilst the gameplay starts off strong, the dungeon crawling eventually becomes a chore due to repetitive combat and long load times.
I really quite liked the passive nature of the tour, it reminded me of those classic "Edutainment" Disney EPCOT rides back in the 80's where you sit in your dark-ride vehicle and get whisked away from reality for a while.
For newcomers to the series, I would strongly suggest getting Atelier Ryza first, as that just feels like a more modern and beautiful evolution of what's on offer here. But for existing fans, you'll find months worth of content here. And so long as you keep your expectations in check and consider these as ports with quality of life improvements, and not HD remasters, you'll have a great time.