Andy Carr’s review published on Letterboxd:
This really needs to be a single- and multiplayer video game. Like, a tower-defense, realtime strategy, third-person shooter hybrid--set on a massive landscape with your own custom mechs and gear--that emphasizes team communication, collaboration, specialization, and improvisation.
It's got the aesthetic of Borderlands with the heart of a golden-age Pixar film. Thanks for letting me see that. Now just let me play it.