Vampire: The Masquerade — Swansong is a narrative, investigative RPG centered around three vampires in Boston. While the writing and quests are enjoyable, the visuals leave much to be desired. Swansong loses a lot of its charm with its jarring graphics.
Kirby and the Forgotten Land is a fun and whimsical adventure through a strange land. You play as the eponymous Kirby, the lovable pink puffball. He has his old skills of swallowing and copying enemies' powers, but now he has a new trick.
The Witch Queen fundamentally changes a lot of Destiny 2. There's weapon crafting, a new area to explore, a new raid coming, tons of weapons to grind for, and plenty of sandbox changes that shake everything up. But the writing isn't on par with some previous expansions.
Naraka: Bladepoint is a fun 60-player battle royale. Unlike many other games in the genre, it focuses on melee combat and parkour-style movement. It's a punishing game, rewarding skill, preparation, and mastery of its core mechanics. Though fun, it quickly grows stale.
Mass Effect Legendary Edition brings the original trilogy into one package, with plenty of updates and improvements for each game, especially the original Mass Effect. It's a great way to experience the story again, or play it for the first time.
While a visually beautiful game that checks all of the grungy, neon-bathed cyberpunk boxes, Conglomerate 451 fails to leave a lasting impression after the first couple of hours. The premise is interesting, the gameplay is fairly average, but something is missing.
If you’re on PC, Xbox, or PS4, then I think the Dark Souls experience is better on those platforms. Sure, the novelty of playing this game on the go or what not is great, but it quickly wore off for me — I’d rather have a more consistent gameplay/mechanical experience.