The PC version of LEGO Builder's Journey is a great port that takes advantage of next-gen visual features to make a pretty game even prettier. Even if you don't have the best hardware to take advantage of its newfound beauty, Builder's Journey is a short little tale I highly recommend anyone to not skip out on.
If you liked Valhalla, which I did, and want more of it, then you’ll probably like Wrath of the Druids. But the sudden drop in quality of writing and insignificant gameplay additions adds less than I wanted or expected. Let’s hope the next expansion provides a better setting and properly explores the main game’s fallout.
Outriders stands in the grey area between a single-player RPG shooter and a co-op online looter, with elements plucked from both but never fully transforming into either. It feels like a standard cover-based shooter mixed in with RPG & online elements, and while that is perfectly serviceable, it's not exactly worth the asking price on PC or console, unless you're playing it with Xbox Game Pass.
Cyberpunk 2077 is a game of the generation, but its technical and gameplay ambitions can get hampered by either perplexing design decisions or hardware that most gamers have. The open-world futuristic Night City and the people who reside in it are some of gaming's most memorable ones and the story captures the essence of Cyberpunk beautifully.
While it's not worth buying at full price, Observer: System Redux is definitely worth getting it on a sale and trying it out. Be warned that the game might not suitable for people with a history of epilepsy or who had suffered seizures in the past.
Watch Dogs Legion is a fine entry in a franchise that keeps changing up its tone with each instalment. It mixes the tones from the first 2 games well enough with a serviceable story and an engaging gameplay mechanic. How much fun you want from this game will depend on how much variety the game's 'play as anyone' system offers, which in my experience has been plenty.