There were plenty of video games at E3 2019, but only a few really resonated with the LA Times. Writing for the storied publication, Todd Martens recently shared the games that resonated with him, including Keen, a tactical turn-based puzzle adventure following 12-year-old Kim, the newly appointed guardian of her remote village, from developer Cat Nigiri and publisher UNTIES. Martens was particularly fond of Keen‘s protagonist Kim:

Kim is exactly the kind of hero 2019 needs…The player will navigate chessboard-like rooms to take down robotic and zombielike minions, all while making her brother clean up the mess. After all, if someone is saving the world, chances are there’s someone with a broom behind her.


Keen launches on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and Steam for PC and Mac later this year. For more information, visit the official Keen website and read the LA Times’ complete coverage.