If you have an hour or two to spare, give Eclipse: Edge of Light a try. There are interesting things to discover behind the lore of the game. While the world feels a bit empty, the serenity of it all is really something to admire. Just remember, it’s not a lengthy game, but it doesn’t need to be.
Ghostbusters: The Video Game Remastered is enjoyable in short doses, but before long, it begins to feel like a chore. While I loved this game as an 11-year-old, I would find it incredibly difficult to suggest this to someone who wasn’t already a big fan of the Ghostbusters franchise.
In light of a half-hearted predecessor and a lot of skepticism going in, The Division 2 delivers in what it sets out to do. It's an exciting third-person co-op experience with the run and gun of the original capitalized on in the best way possible for the current generation.
God Eater 3 doesn’t exactly bring anything brand new to the table and isn’t really technically groundbreaking, but it’s good for what it’s meant for. It’s a good Monster Hunter substitute with all the JRPG tropes in one package. It’s a game that feels rewarding and brings players back for more.