- Super Mario RPG Legend of the Seven Stars
- Horizon Zero Dawn
- Mega Man X
The 6-hour adventure gives Kaito the chance to shine and showcase that Yagami's partner can stand on his own. Lost Judgment was already an outstanding adventure, and The Kaito Files is more of what made that adventure unforgettable.
Death Stranding Director's Cut is a rare game that has no middle ground. It delivers a unique experience that encourages planning and patience but places high action on only rare situations. It falls under the umbrella that if you like this gameplay style, you're going to love Death Stranding, and if you don't, there's nothing for you here.
Kirby and the Forgotten Land delivers the same charm and wonder that the franchise is known for but in a refreshing way with realistic things such as cars and soda machines. The phenomenal visuals are complemented by the excellent level design and boss fights along with challenging encounters for those seeking them.
Expedition Zero is a tough journey through horrible conditions that can often feel one-sided. On the surface, it seems like a great horror adventure but that tone will change after your first instant death. If you are willing to deal with the technical issues and insanely aggressive monster AI, Expedition Zero will give you that gripping and intense feeling only horror games can deliver.
All leading to an ending that long-time fans will appreciate but newcomers will leave confused. Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin is a mixed bag of highs and lows that collide together for an average adventure.
The Witch Queen delivers a massively enjoyable adventure that adds a new flood of lore that builds on where Beyond Light ended. Destiny 2: The Witch Queen delivers on all the same positives that the other DLCs and even the core Destiny 2 game did. The campaign is wonderful with incredible fights, atmosphere, areas to explore, and music.
Guerrilla Games really went all out when developer Horizon Forbidden West and it shows, pushing the standard in animation and natural conversations along with open-world design and world-building. Horizon Forbidden West is a monumental exceptional adventure and it would be criminal to miss out on it.
Lust from Beyond: M Edition dives deep into the twisted realm between terror and pleasure. It may not be the most challenging journey the shock of exploring this dangerous landscape leaves a significant impression. You'll have to endure some comedic voice acting and stale combat but uncovering the secrets within Lust from Beyond: M Edition is well worth the journey.
Disney Classic Games is a brilliant re-release of Aladdin, The Jungle Book, and The Lion King and the best way to experience these games. It is a very impressive package that not only bundles these classic titles and goes beyond that.
Sniper: Ghost Warrior Contracts 2 goes against more mainstream military shooters but offers something more resembling an actual soldier. The planning, the gadgets, and the overall narrative come together for a more appealing tactical shooter.
Nobody Saves the World starts strong with an imaginative world full of variety and lots of baddies to defeat. You'll explore various dungeons and defeat hordes of enemies in an attempt to save the world that classics the joy found in retro adventure games. However, Nobody Saves the World attempts to create that sense of exploration and dungeon crawling without much reward for doing it. Instead, much of the game focuses on grinding out tedious challenges to level up and collect lots of gems.
Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy is a genuine shock. After Marvel's Avengers, any superhero game released under Square Enix would've been met with similar resistance but the developers have created such an outstanding adventure should stand beside the greatest superhero games of all time.