Iceborne rounds out Monster Hunter World into a nice package for both new and old fans with new monsters and game mechanics
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Even though it it lacks claim in terms of gameplay, A Plague Tale convinces with an emotional story and memorable characters.
My Time at Portia is fun for the whole family as a mix of farm sim and roleplaying with cute design and shallow learning curve.
Gris is an artistic hopping adventure that combines sophisticated platform mechanics with a dense, emotionally charged atmosphere.
The Forest stages survival and exploration very atmospheric through horror elements, but is somewhat monotonous in the long run.
11 - 11: Memories Retold is little game, but tells an emotional war drama that resonates for a long time.
Call of Cthulhu is not a classic horror game, but a clever detective game with an exciting plot and a great atmosphere.
The Banner Saga 3 is a worthy conclusion of the series, which convinces above all by its dense atmosphere and tough decisions.
As a puzzle-dark soul Infernium is difficult to master and often frustrating, but convinces with its clever level design.
Pit People is an tactics game with outrageous look and humor that is fun to play together.
Kingdom Come is complex and difficult to access. However, if you get involved in it, you will experience an incredibly coherent RPG world.
Okami combines typical Zelda gameplay with an extraordinary art style and a world full of interesting mythology.
Outcast: Second Contact is no longer up to date as a remake, but offers a very puristic open-world experience.
Echo does not use its full potential, but with the adaptive AI it offers an interesting playful approach and a cool sci-fi story.
Death of the Outsider does not succeed in surpassing Dishonored 2 in terms of the story, but makes more fun because of its playful freedom.
Pillars of Eternity can once again convince you with 100 hours full of gripping story, challenging battles and tough decisions.
Absolver offers too little long-term motivation, but, however, has potential with its combat system and the exciting multiplayer dynamics.
A childlike and visual appealing adventure that fails to motivate in the long term
Innovative but quite repetitive adventure. The Blindness-mechanic is fascinating, but doesn't shine in a playful manner.
A gripping horror game that loses effect over time after a great start and therefore remains behind the first Outlast.