Tropico 5 is a stop-gap measure, another coat of paint on a series designed for a specific audience that's looking for a specific experience. The freshly streamlined interface may court some new blood, but a lackluster campaign and a failure to branch out from the micromanagement-heavy core sim experience makes this a tough sell for outsiders to the genre.
Consisting of two very well designed maps and one recycled and repurposed yet still very enjoyable map, Expedition will certainly bring the faithful back to the table for more. Unfortunately, Titanfall still feels a little thin, mostly because a lack of maps was never really its problem. Respawn would do well to examine other FPS expansion packs to see that gamers will likely expect more from paid content than a handful of new maps with no additional features.
After eight months in Steam Early Access, Sir, You Are Being Hunted is out of beta. Unfortunately, it still feels a little under-baked. There isn't enough content or complexity here to warrant Sir's length on a single playthrough, let alone on multiple playthroughs. Sir, You Are Being Hunted has a delightful sense of humor, but it's just not enough to carry the rest of the experience.