You play an imprisoned deserter, instructed to grow an unconventional garden in a British-esque, WWII-esque setting. While the story overreaches for a tragic 1984 poignancy, its best (and absolutely fantastic) feature is the daily business of tending to the garden itself.
Search for your lost daughter in the desert wastes of an Earthbound-inspired post-apocalypse full of black humor. The rare game that could be deservingly described as "edgy," in a good way. Revels more in the darkly weird and funny than in misery. An odd package.