- Valkyria Chronicles
- Star Ocean 3
- Final Fantasy IX
Compared to Persona 5, Atlus delivers equally great characters, solid storytelling, mostly attractive design, and compelling battle and progression systems here, but the content is clearly lighter, the world much less elaborate, and the pacing a bit awkward.
Ghostwire Tokyo is a cool action game with equally cool design in many respects, but suffers from several shortcomings and erroneous game design choices. There's not enough emphasis on horror, story, or spectacle, and while it tends to attempt a lot of things at the same time - action shooter, horror, RPG, open world, platformer - it fails to excel at most, if any, of them.
Atelier old timers can once again feel at home, even if some important aspects are still lacking.
While the overall quality is outstanding on both a gameplay and graphical level, DICE has unfortunately drastically cut back the amount of content on offer in this latest release, and the loss of both a single player campaign and additional multiplayer game modes is certainly felt.
Behind the peculiar name, Love Live! School Idol Festival - After School Activity - Wai Wai Home Meeting!! is actually a fairly orthodox rhythm game in which you play as the various idols from the series.