I know it's meant to be a very casual/zen kind of game, but I was a bit disappointed with Unpacking. That's mostly to do with my expectations - it's been so hyped and lauded and I thought that there must be something else to it other than just an unpacking sim. And of course, there is. Unpacking slowly unfolds a life of interests, ambitions and relationships, telling a story through the various objects you unpack and the various homes the protagonist lives in. The process of slowly sifting through boxes of belongings is weirdly compelling and satisfying, but I couldn't help feeling like I wanted more of an emotional arc, or an increase in the complexity of the story being told. But maybe that's really just too much to expect from a game that's meant to be ultimate chill vibes. The music, sound design and pixel art were fantastic though!