Paper Mario: The Origami King is a fun-filled adventure that manages to keep things fresh, however, the puzzle-based battles tend to feel repetitive. Despite the repetitive combat, the boss battles are easily some of the best seen in the series.
Crusader Kings III’s role-playing elements take the center stage, with your choices leading to a plethora of possible outcomes. The wargame side of things is less engaging, however, as battles are largely a strength in numbers affair. Regardless, whether you play solo or online, there are many hours of gameplay hidden beneath the surface of what is effectively a Medieval Sims game.