If you're Jonesing for a no-frills slice of competent fantasy strategy fun, then you could do a lot worse.
Rocket League is a tightly crafted, fast paced, chaotic dive into the world of sport, and being along for the ride in this early stage is liberating; witnessing tactics evolve, metas born and Rocket League celebrities heralded as they soar above the pitch, effortlessly landing aerial connections while attracting thousands on Twitch.
Since time immemorial, or since I locked horns with the original X-Com, I've had a predilection bordering on the obscene for shunting little soldiers about. Changing stances, providing firing vectors, musing over firearms with the solemnity of a Texan oplophile; there remains little I don't like about the tactical squad strategy milieu. The spatial ownership provided by a good tactical military game always trumps the more intimate fantasy or pre-gunpowder affairs, bows and spears notwithstanding. These modern squad sojourns let me get microscopic with Mother Green and her Fighting Machine and revel in the precision and understanding of small arms combat.
And now, one of my delights on iOS has busted down the door on Vita. A few niggles aside, Breach & Clear has transitioned wonderfully. Wait for the flashbang shock to wear off and read on.