Sega Saturn

Astal has crystals, and it's commonly accepted that crystals are awesome.

But besides that, Astal does many things that I absolutely love:

  1. It has a charming and mesmerizing visual presentation that isn’t confined to the limits of reality, and its environmental variety helps keep the experience consistently fresh.
  2. The gameplay has a slower pace that encourages you to individually tackle obstacles, all while giving you various fun moves that have different situational advantages.
  3. There’s also intriguing narrative progression, lovely sound design, generally intense platforming, imaginative combat, and creative asynchronous multiplayer.

And if you want to see my full review of the side-scroller, then follow the link!