While not a complex top-down, turn-based strategy RPG, Warhammer 40,000: Deathwatch – Enhanced Edition does a nice job of laying a solid groundwork from the beginning in tactical options, challenge and character progression. Even if this groundwork never truly changes or improves, it doesn't stop the title from delivering an enjoyable strategy game for the most part. While strategy game veterans may find the variety of challenge and options lackluster and have trouble keeping engaged, it does well for those wanting to hop in for a couple missions of light strategy every once in awhile and is quick to reward them for doing so.
It isn't easy to recommend Warhammer 40,000: Regicide since it is in many ways it's own thing. Some people who enjoy chess may not like the unpredictability inherent in the non-chess parts of Regicide, while turn-based strategy fans may not enjoy the restrictions presented by still being on a chessboard and following all of chess' movement rules.
Batman: Arkham Knight is a dense and enthralling action-adventure game with a winding, if predictable, story that does make you feel like the Batman both inside and outside the Batmobile. There are too many Batmobile gameplay segments, however, making this predominantly similar in theme to that Batmobile-focused Batman arcade game.