Bastion is a brawler from a top-down perspective with a cartoony look. I saw this game on sale, and I heard good things about it, so I decided to spend my hard earned 2 dollars on it. The game is not hard to run, it never crashed, the framerate did not decrease and it still manages to look very nice. Gameplaywise, the game is quite simple. You walk with the w, a, s and d, dodge with space, block with shift, which also locks on targets and aim and attack with the mouse. You can carry two weapons at once. There is a set of melee weapons and ranged weapons, which you unlock through the game. You can equip two melee weapons or two ranged weapons, but I mostly stick with one melee and one ranged. You attack with your primary weapon with left mouse button and secondary weapon with the right mouse button, and you attack in the direction you point with the cursor, unless you are targeting an enemy. But the targeting system seriously bugged me. I thought that pointing at the enemies was a little dumb, so I tried to target the enemies, but the targeting system seems to target enemies randomly, maybe it targets the enemy closest to the cursor, but I am not really sure. Anyway, back to the weapons. My favorites are the machete, hammer, pike, pistols and shotgun, but I hate the rifle and mortar, but the worst thing about this is that in some levels, you get a new weapon, and the game feels that you just have to try it out and half of the level is just a weapon tutorial, which I thought was kinda dumb. But you get the option to switch your weapons about halfway through, which is neat. Throughout the game, a narrator tells the story, and he has an awesome voice, but most of the time I cannot hear him, due to all the noises in the game, but you can mute the sound and turn the voice volume up, which helps. And the story is awesome, listen to it. The game takes about 5 hours to beat, not counting the optional weapon challenges, where you can win materials to further upgrade your weapons. There are also survival modes if you're in that kind of stuff. Anyway, I think Bastion was a pretty fun game, and it's cheap, too. I would say it's worth the money, even though it's kinda short and the game isn't perfect. And the soundtrack is for sale, too.