Trek to Yomi has lived up to its hype and has changed side-scrolling gaming for the future. It isn’t on the same level as relative games like Ghost of Tsushima, and some shortcomings drag it down a little, but this game has done more than enough to get your attention at least.
Chernobylite looks a lot fresher on the PlayStation 5. The developer had done a splendid job in identifying the main issues from the previous-gen console and fixed them, as well as enhanced the game’s current features and overall produced a more playable and enjoyable title.
MLB The Show 22 delivers almost everything you could want in a baseball game. San Diego Studio has done a fantastic job giving us one of the most authentic experiences you could endure in a sports title, especially regarding current generation gaming.
Martha is Dead is probably the most disturbing game I have ever played. What I have witnessed is unheard of. This game deserves massive praise for bringing awareness to mental illness and trauma and the effects they can inflict on a human mind. The story contained enough horror, shock, and twists to leave me with much to think about and create theories.
Nobody Saves The World takes you to a world not knowing about your existence, and having to use a number of forms to survive. It's not like the average role-playing game and it’s great that it turned out to be this enjoyable. Especially with its uniqueness.
Battlefield 2042 is rather enjoyable and has so much potential to be one of the best Battlefield games ever, as well as last for many years, but for now, it definitely won’t reach it, because it is rather shocking that this game has this number of problems, despite having a few years to develop this, as well as solely focusing on just multiplayer.