Strange Brigade is tip-top fun with lots of bang for your buck, to use a dirty Americanism. A single offline campaign playthrough with a decent amount of exploration can run around 11 hours, and that's before you bring in the Co-op, Horde Mode, Score Attack, and secret hunting. Crucially, it's all incredibly fun, with entertaining shooting, a good level of challenge, hilarious traps and a good-natured atmosphere.
If The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit cost a bit of money, we'd still highly recommend it. The fact that it's totally free means it's elevated to a must-play, even if you have no plans on playing Life Is Strange 2 - and if you're considering it, play this now. Any minor quibbles we might have, like some interactive points not being obvious, drop away when you remember that it's free.
Far Cry 5 is lots of good fun that'll have you entertained for a long time - and in that it lives up the series. The shooting never stops being entertaining and there's a lot of game here, with many options on how to do things, and it at least feels different enough from previous games to be a worthy sequel - unlike Far Cry 4 and Primal. So in that it's a success and we can't imagine anyone being truly disappointed in Far Cry 5.
'Same Stitch' is a spectacular end to arguably Telltale's best series, and one that encourages players to replay the entire thing to see how things could've gone. If you haven't picked up Batman: The Enemy Within, do so - you won't be disappointed.