Kôna: Day One (Early Access/ Closed Beta)
Kôna: Day One is the first part of a series of games created by the studio Parabole. It takes place in the northern expanse of Quebec, Canada. You are trying to solve a mystery, and things slowly reveal to be more than they seem. While the game is still in beta, it is stunning so far (Watch the video below to see what I mean). It has a style that gives it a slightly haunting vibe, and it meshes extraordinarily well with the feeling the game gives you. I'm also impressed with the interface. A lot of smaller indie game have a problem with creating an intuitive interface, and this game does just that. Maybe it has something to do with having to design it with two languages in mind (Oh Canada!)? Like I said, even at this stage the game has a lot of polish.
Right now, since it is still in early access, I don't want to go too in depth. However, I 100% recommend giving the single-player game a shot. I only see this game getting better as they flesh out the last small portions of the game. You can pick the game up over at GoG right now for just shy of $10. Oh, and bring your axe.