Hellpoint is a decent game with some issues of its own and if I had to give the game itself a score, it would be a 7.5 or so. Unfortunately, this port is rife with bugs and I can't really say I recommend it. If you're interested in playing this title, I'd say check it out on a different system. If you got to play on the Switch, wait for a bugfix. Or not and prepare for Hell.
Loot Hero DX isn't a bad game but it's not all that great either. It's simple, which is its double-edged sword. It's a good time for a little while but eventually its charms wear away. Despite that, at a budget price, its a decent little time sink. However, if you are looking for an indie with a little more depth in either gameplay or story, I would recommend spending your loot elsewhere.
Peril on Gorgon is, for the most part, a solid expansion to The Outer Worlds. While it doesn't do too much beyond adding a new story and locales, equipment and character options, it definitely makes the base game feel a bit more full. It still has some of the issues that the base game has but is an overall enjoyable experience and one I recommend if you want to get a bit more out of The Outer Worlds.
If I had to give this a score, this would be it. What I was able to play of Re:Turn - One Way Trip was enjoyable. While I never was really afraid or scared, there was a small uneasiness when I thought more on events. It shows a lot of potential and everything works well together to make a nice impression. Just in time for spook season.
As it stands right now, Eastern Exorcist is an excellent work in progress. It certainly isn't without its share of issues but most of them can be fixed in subsequent updates. I recommend at least giving it a look if you enjoy a good challenge.
At the end of the day, Ghost of Tsushima gets enough right and then some to forgive its shortcomings. Fans of samurai, period pieces, and action games will most certainly enjoy all that it has to offer. The only question is will you fight with honour or not?