Gamigo managed to fix a few things for ArcheAge Unchained but broke a few others in the process. The troubled launch didn't do it any favors, with exasperating queues, but the added drama of the ArchePass exploit was something that could and should have been entirely avoided.
Code Vein isn't the anime Dark Souls that many people were expecting, and I'm all the more happy for it. Instead, we get something that borrows from the Souls-like genre but still ends up being its own unique beast. There's nothing quite like Code Vein on the market, and few games are as satisfying from beginning to end.
Second Galaxy is a surprisingly robust and sprawling galactic MMO, despite first impressions misleadingly pointing to some sort of elaborated clicker game. This is one of the best games of the genre that you can find on mobile, but the Steam version is also interesting to play despite being a straight-up port. Persevere and you will find yourself living an enjoyable journey across a vast universe, with a gameplay loop that will take you through dozens of cool ships and tactical space battles.
Children of Morta is an outstanding action-adventure that benefits from the added concept of family ties. Without the Bergsons, it would be an above average but unremarkable little hack and slash game. With a family for you to relate to, this is a journey where every character has significance, where every family member feels real and valuable to the whole.
There's a great game trying to show its face in Pagan Online. Some questionable design choices stop it from realizing its full potential. There is no conceivable reason to have the classes gated off; the crafting system could be entirely removed and no one would even notice.