Oddworld: Soulstorm is a very good and very compelling game, which veers on the verge of being an all time classic so often, you can't help but be angry at it for not following through. Its stumbles do not take away from all that the game achieves, and just how well it achieves it, and Soulstorm is without a doubt the most rounded out, best playing, and most accessible game in the long running Oddworld series.
Ghosts 'n Goblins Resurrection is a surprisingly great modern rendition of the classic franchise that manages to be more accessible while never once letting up on the soul crushing challenge that has come to be synonymous with the series.
Persona 5 Strikers is not only the best spin off for the series to date, it's a surprisingly great game on its own merits, and worthy of the "Persona 5-2" marketing it has received. Newcomers and fans alike will find a great game to enjoy here.
While none of these games should be anyone's entry into the franchise, Yakuza 3, 4, and 5 Remastered are modernized and updated enough to not feel too out of place next to the more modern installments in the series, for those who are eager to see Kiryu Kazuma's story through to the end.