Resident Evil Village: Winter’s Expansion DLC offers plenty for Resident Evil fans to enjoy, from a short new story and more Mercenaries content, to a new way to experience the main story. Nothing here is without its flaws, but the overall experience is passable enough to enjoy.
Most people ought to skip Gotham Knights, and save themselves the trouble of playing a clunky, repetitive game with elements that they've seen countless times before. However, anyone that truly loves the sidekicks of the Batman franchise will be utterly overjoyed and willing to look past the lack of polish and enjoy a janky game that has a lot of intricate details and care put into it.
Potion Permit is a fun new game cut from familiar cloth. It offers a new and relatively unique spin on the popular farming and life simulator formula, and is a game I can see myself coming back to regularly for months, and maybe even years, to come.
I adored the concept but was entirely underwhelmed by the reality. Session Skate Sim is enjoyable, but only if that's what you're into. It's clever but only if you're appreciative of its exacting existence. And Ultimately it is rewarding strictly to yourself, with no scoring system or a competitive edge to set it against your friends or even existing skating IP's.