Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory is a great rhythm game that is sure to be enjoyed by newcomers and veteran players of the genre. However, if you're buying it for the story you should probably skip this. This isn't the Kairi game fans have been pining for since the Re:Mind DLC.
Blue Fire is a game that does its best to tie together the best parts of other games, but doesn't quite make it work. Its platforming is great and offers a great challenge, but combat and level design needs work. What's there is good, but it could be much better.
Mass Effect: Legendary Edition is a phenomenal remaster of the original trilogy, with enough changes to not only feel fresh, but with enough quality-of-life improvements to truly call this the definitive way to play the Mass Effect trilogy.
NEO: The World Ends With You is an excellent RPG that satisfies fans wanting more, or newcomers who want a unique experience from their games. However, there are some annoying points where it could worsen your experience.
The Caligula Effect 2 is a game that deserved a better budget than it got. It's combat system is amazing and engaging, but everything else about it could be better.
Nira is only worth it for its low price - there are already games that do the same thing, but far better.
Motorcycle Mechanic Simulator 2021 is a surprisingly calming game that teaches you more about motorcycles, with deep customisation and attention to detail that could make you lose hours of your life.
Archvale is just plain fun. It does what it does well, and as a bullet hell provides a serious challenge without feeling unfair. I cannot recommend this game enough.
This is The President won't deliver much in terms of strategy, but will provide great writing that should pull you through an entire term of virtual presidency.
Blue Reflection: Second Light is a relaxing RPG with great combat and characters that will pull you through to the ending.
Dying Light 2 Stay Human is a great sequel to a pretty good game. With fun traversal mechanics, combat encounters, and agonising choices in the story, it could be very much worth the playtime.
Kardboard Kings is a surprisingly active business management simulator that kept me entertained throughout my time with the game. However, it ends too early and there isn't much to do afterwards other than collecting cards.
Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak is a great expansion to an already good game. You'll appreciate all the changes and new features added, but it won't give you a challenge until much later.
Digimon Survive has both a well-made story and a deep combat system that will engage players through each route they may take, but the first few hours are ill-paced with long breaks away from combat.
Midnight Fight Express is a short and brutal fight that doesn't overstay its welcome. You'll definitely come out of it with more than a few scrapes, but it's all worth it just to watch the sun rise at the end.
Temtem is definitely worth getting for something different, yet familiar. It's worth the price of admission, but that's all you should spend on it.
Electrician Simulator does what it does well enough, but it has little to no reason to go back to it after one play session.
High On Life is a fun and humorous FPS that, while not innovating on the genre, is a joy to play all throughout its main story. However, it lacks a little technical polish and optional goals.
Indies' Lies is a great game for those who want to get into roguelike deck building games, while veterans of the genre will find the ability to better control their build a nice feature to experiment with, without sacrificing the fun of RNG.
Hogwarts Legacy is a must-have for fans, and worth a buy for everyone else if they're interested. It does have its shortcomings, but its stellar gameplay and world allows it to stand on its own.