MapleStory 2 is far from a hardcore game, but it's got too much to it to ignore if you're in the mood for a softer MMORPG experience.
Senran Kagura Reflexions may be great for superfans of Asuka or one of the four DLC girls, but non-fans or fans of other series girls may want to steer clear.
Two Point Hospital is the exact game one would want from a successor to Bullfrog's classic Theme Hospital.
Little Dragons Cafe fulfills its promises in providing an engaging and lighthearted game full of charm and a few surprises.
If you missed out on the Yakuza series thus far, for whatever reason, now is probably the best time to jump onto the bandwagon. Yakuza 0 is a little dramatic, a lot of weird, and a ton of fun. There is no better time to give it a shot than the present.
A game that would be considered niche last gen, Octopath Traveler brings back classic JRPG gaming with style and class.
Sonic Mania Plus makes a fantastic game even better and brings new characters for old fans to enjoy.
MachiaVillain's unique take on the management sim genre is hard to put down, but not all that glitters is gold (or in this case, not everything that glitters grants Prestige).
TERA on PS4 and Xbox One is a faithful transition from PC, but the game at its core isn't without problems.
Yakuza 6: The Song of Life closes Kazuma Kiryu's tale with a hopeful rebirth of the series.
Derivative of early farming RPGs, Gleaner Heights has a lot more going on than it first appears.
Dynasty Warriors 9 is so bad it could completely destroy your faith in the series.
RTS-RPG hybrid SpellForce 3 tries hard, but some key issues can make it hard to love or even like.
The Fractured But Whole is a worthy successor to 2014's Stick of Truth, but don't expect more of the same.
Cuphead's visuals will draw in everyone and their grandmother, but its difficulty will grind them to cup-dust.
Yakuza Kiwami is a worthy remake of the original game, but may leave fans hungry for more side content and minigames.
The Zodiac Age takes what was originally a mediocre game and makes it one of the best gameplay-oriented entries to the series.
Yooka-Laylee breathes new life into the collectathon platformer genre, but those who weren't into it in its heyday may see less mileage here.
Atelier Firis is GUST's first try at an open world game and they do it decently, but the real draw lies in the game's complex alchemy system.
Berserk and the Band of the Hawk doesn't do much special compared to other Warriors games, but it's a fun romp for fans of the series or Koei Tecmo's Warriors titles.