Age of Empires 3 is still flawed, but Forgotten Empires and Tantalus Media have delivered an excellent remaster that improves the game in almost every way.
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Halo 3: ODST is a unique take on a storied series that holds up well and 343 have done an excellent job of porting it to PC.
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Command and Conquer Remastered Collection is an excellent effort and the definitive version of these games, but these games feel every second of their age.
Valorant's an excellent shooter with a lot of depth brought down by an intrusive anti-cheat program, limited game modes and characters, and mediocre art design.
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