aints Row: Gat Out of Hell surely will be enjoyable for Saints Row fans and to completionists, but to the uninitiated it will feel a bit shallow and easily forgettable. As a fan of the series I enjoyed my stay in Hell, but as a video game fan I felt trapped in purgatory, stuck with an endless amount of arbitrary tasks to complete and short lived satisfaction.
Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris is a great game to grab for a weekend of couch co-op with family or friends. However, you won't find much appealing to continue to play it once you've defeated Set and made the world a happy place with its lackluster look system. Enjoy it for what it is, but don't expect to invest considerable time into it.
All-in-all, you can't go wrong with Civilization: Beyond Earth if you love the franchise. Affinities and new units give it enough spice to distract you for awhile, but I did find myself desiring to simply load up Civilization V the more I played for its greater depth.
If you are an Alien fan like me and find yourself immersed throughout most of the game, you will surely find a lot to love, but for others coming for a new game experience they will find a game that mainly forces you to move slowly from point to point with little reward.