Small Saga is an indie RPG developed by a single, ridiculously talented person, Darya Noghani, who previously worked on the surreal Avian Attorney, both available now on PC. So ridiculously good that we need this audience specifically to know about it; Small Saga is eventually coming to consoles, but there is no real indication as to when.

Noghani teased, in a Steam update: "Trading cards? Achievements? Console ports? Well, one thing at a time."

Small Saga is a classic-style turn-based RPG set in a world of anthropomorphic animals where humans are seen as all-powerful, unknowable gods. You play as Verm, a taciturn protagonist of the Squall persuasion, who wields a "god-weapon", which in reality is a forgotten human pocket-knife that looks like Cloud's Buster Sword in his tiny mouse paws, on a journey of epic proportions. The music is incredible, and it features a dark, surprisingly brutal narrative that continues to surprise us in the best way possible.

It just released on PC (we've been playing on Steam Deck), and already know this one is going to be huge whenever it finally arrives on PlayStation. A big free content expansion is planned for next year, which seems to us like a good opportunity.

What do you think of Small Saga? Does this seem like a journey worth waiting for? Stand tall in the comments section below.