Despite it's issues, Double Dragon Gaiden: Rise of the Dragons is easily a highlight of the franchise's modern era. It's simple, yet addictive combat, impressive animation and replay value makes it among the best Double Dragon games we've had in decades.
Fae Farm manages to take some of the best elements of Animal Crossing and icons of the genre (Harvest Moon, Stardew Valley, etc) and blend them together in an impressive way. With polished controls, and fun tweaks to familiar mechanics, Fae Farm manages to stand out in the (crowded) genre and is genuinely tough to put down.
Eternights is one of the most thrilling and fun experiences I’ve had. It found a way to strengthen the action roguelike genre with the power of a dating sim. The inspirations from Persona are clear, but you won’t be disappointed in the slightest with this unique and fun adventure.
Mortal Kombat 1 is an exceptional addition to NetherRealm's renowned series, which has been expanding over the past three decades. The introduction of the Kameo Fighter system, Invasion, and the upcoming DLC character make MK1 a thrilling experience with abundant replay value for both die-hard fight game fans and casual gamers.
The team does a fantastic job of world building, while making a challenging and rewarding game. The game may start out as rather linear, but as you open it up and spend a few dozen hours in the game it really starts to excel at basically everything.