I'm another one who bought Starlink for £17.99 recently, along with a couple of extra ships and weapons (but bugger the extra pilots). Really enjoyed the first planet and a half, but then I realised I'd pretty much seen everything on offer. Which is kind of the same for most modern Ubisoft games, really. I'll go back to it at some point, but as much as I enjoyed what I played, it did get quite repetitive after a while. Been really into Octahedron on the Switch over the last couple of days - genuinely can't remember the last time a platformer caught my attention so much. It's fairly tricky, but constantly throws new powers and enemies at you so you never quite know what to expect. It might be the most inventive game I've played in the last few years. The "Dark Souls of platform games" quote on the trailer is a bit misleading though. It doesn't play like Dark Souls at all, but it's got the same "if you die, keep trying" sort of thing to it.