World’s End Chapter 1, one of the most underrated games out there in my opinion. It’s a tactical RPG that’s challenging but not unreasonably hard. With careful play and positioning, one can finish a battle without losing any units (and the game rewards you for doing so). On the other hand, playing in a haphazard manner or trying to rush through the game will likely lead to one being overwhelmed by enemy units and prompty losing the battle. Also, the game lets you interact with the terrain for strategic purposes (such as throwing the corpses of fallen enemy units, pushing enemies from height and activating hidden traps). One of the things I like most about this game is the dialogue, which deliberately uses bombastic and sometimes archaic words for humorous effect. You can tell that a lot of effort was put into writing the game script, as opposed to other RPGs which typically feature dry, uninspired dialogue. I have to admit, while playing this game I had to refer to the dictionary now and then in order to appreciate the full comedic effect of the words used. Since I really like this game, I’ll just mention in passing that Chapter 2 is coming out on June 15th after an almost 2 year long hiatus (I think it’s admirable how the developers continued on with the project despite Chapter 1 not being very well-received). The sequel allows save files from Chapter 1 to be carried over, so if you haven’t already, now may be a good time to beat the game.