Barbaria is a great game that's a pleasure to play. It's not afraid to show attitude, and it carries itself with an endearing, whimsical stride.
Upon entering the world of Blade & Sorcery: Nomad, it becomes quickly apparent what you're there for. Not because the tutorial focuses on the combat (mainly because there isn't one), but because there is borderline nothing else to do.
Warhammer 40,000: Battle Sister sees the player take on the role of Sister Ophelia, a battle-scarred veteran of the order.