Dandara isn’t a bad game, it’s just perhaps not the game for me or for many others. The control choice has made it very niche, and while it’s likely to perform much better on the Nintendo Switch, it just feels like it doesn’t quite have a home here on the PC. If you’re willing to take the leap, you’ll be greeted with beautiful pixel art visuals and candy for your eardrums – and that’s fantastic. But, it comes at the expense of having to wade through gameplay that never really feels like it fits if you use a keyboard and mouse, and that only improves slightly if you use a gamepad. This game was meant for touchscreen, and most PC gamers don’t utilize touch screen controls as there has never been a major reason to do so, and that remains unchanged even after Dandara’s arrival.