Anyway, here are some of my findings.
Played this one last June/July. There are definitely some polish issues, like the framerate, the style meter blocking your view sometimes, and other glitches, but it's a good action game that most closely resembles NieR: Automata with the bullet-hell style enemy design, and the dodge-run thing (Other than that, not so close). This is definitely one for the combo crowd, and it's executed pretty well, especially for how obviously low-budget this is. I'll make some notes later.
The developer is currently making what seems to be some sort of Gravity Rush-esque action game.
Proxy Blade Zero
This game is about $3.20 CAD at the moment.
It seems to be a primarily efficiency-focused action game based around parrying. It follows this old-school design of room-hallway-room, with many reviewers saying that it was really like a PS2 game.
I also already really like the developer. He responded to a negative review by showing how the game should be played.
Hippocampus: Dark Fantasy Adventure
Just came out last week.
Can't really say what this reminds me the most of. There's definitely some platforming involved, and the aesthetic vaguely reminds me of Chaos Legion, but not very much.
Either gonna try Proxy Blade Zero, or Hippocampus, since I've only got about $14 CAD on Steam at the moment.
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