While I spent a sizable chunk of 2018 in a hospital, I did manage to squeeze in time with some very good games.
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As a kid I spent a lot of time at the local pet shop in front of the small animal cages. Hamsters and mice went about their business, ignoring my looming presence, but occasionally a pair of tiny feet would press against the glass, beady black eyes peering my way. PlayStation VR adventure Moss feels like that.
For weeks I've been hearing about a game that is supposedly the shit. Literally every word I've heard has been nothing but high praise, which has been frustrating because I haven't been able to play it, and it looks precisely like everything I'd want.
That game is Into The Breach, the latest game from the makers of FTL. It's out on Wednesday, followed by a bunch of interesting indies ranging from top-down shooters to ninja simulators to indigenous adventure games and even a game about ... morse code.
Moss is a PlayStation VR game that takes you on a journey through a whimsical fairytale world in which you control Quill, an adorable mouse. She's equipped with a sword and shield, but she needs the player, who acts as a hooded guide called a "reader," to help her unravel the mysteries of a mysterious glowing glass shard.