Milli & Greg for only $4 seems fun to me. It seems to have a lot of familiar elements, although the plot can be fun-it’s about “a copycat hero who is late for the final battle and has to work in a tavern to get home.” I got this Genesis as a gift at some point, and The Immortal was one of the games I spent the most time on until I finished it. The Immortal is a cool game. But I originally played it on the Apple IIGS, so I think this version is superior to Genesis or NES. Perhaps my memory is wrong, but I don’t remember it being that stuttering or silly. I go back to it from time to time, and I also played the NES version on Switch for the first time. A classic of the series, available at the time of writing in the American eShop, but not yet available in Europe. Such isometric puzzle games were very popular at the time. The user wanders through different rooms and tries to overcome various dangers and challenges. This colorful beat ’em up with hand-drawn graphics is best suited for playing in local co-op mode with three friends. This 3D platformer is certainly promising, as some of the levels shown in the trailer resemble similar models in Super Mario 3D Land and Super Mario 3D World. It looks like something you might see on itch.io, made by kids in their bedrooms and distributed for free. It’s also very interesting to be able to use the input mechanisms in different ways. We look forward to further updates. I’ve wanted to play Immortal ever since Megadrive came out! It’s similar to Battle Chess: The RPG.