- Super Mario RPG Legend of the Seven Stars
- Horizon Zero Dawn
- Mega Man X
Marvel's Spider-Man Miles Morales takes what made Marvel's Spider-Man great and builds on it. Having the new Spider-Man Miles Morales finally taking on the role of Spider-Man after his mentor Peter leaves for Europe. Miles must take on new challenges that will test his mettle and allow him to develop into his own Spider-Man. The story has some highs and lows, taking references from Peter's journey but leaves on a high note.
Man of Medan was a mostly mediocre start to The Dark Pictures Anthology as it focused less on the supernatural and more on loosely connected events with some chemistry. It had a lot of flaws and just didn't have the same impact as Until Dawn but Little Hope is a step in the right direction. Offering a complex and layered story with scares and hidden details required to get the full picture of this tragic story.
Watch Dogs has had an interesting history. The first game was full of problematic stories involving a downgraded PC version and a game full of bland repetitive missions with poor rewards. The second game was a huge step forward in the right direction by offering a new diverse cast of characters, cleverly crafted missions, and a more engaging story as technology is used to control the populist in realistic ways such as tracking their health and daily lives. So where does that leave Watch Dogs Legion, right in the middle? Well, yea. The game's concept of recruiting London citizens off the street to fight against the tyrants who run the city sounds amazing until you get halfway and realize that the random collection of NPCs that make your team are just that, random NPCs. Instead, Watch Dogs Legion is more of what the first game should've been and a step back from Watch Dogs 2.