Seasons after Fall is a beautiful game that focuses purely on exploration as adventure, requiring you to make smart use of changing seasons in order to progress. While not a long game, it certainly is engaging, keeping you locked into the game from start to finish.
Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony is the strongest game of the series so far, evolving both investigation and class trials nicely. The trials are a lot of fun and do offer more challenge than before, especially when looking for the alternative routes. If you're looking for a quirky, eccentric murder mystery title, Killing Harmony is a fantastic choice to dive into.
Easy to pick up and play, Amplitude is a must-have for gamers who love rhythm/music games. Local multiplayer and various difficulty settings make Amplitude excellent value for money, though a lack of online multiplayer or additional DLC hurts long-term longevity.
Fairy Fencer F: Advent Dark Force is a solid, fun JRPG experience with a strong anime flavor and many hours worth of content. If you're a fan of turn-based RPGs and pulling off stylish, over-the-top moves with finesse, this is a great game to look into.