Final Fantasy 7 Remake's dull filler and convoluted additions can cause it to stumble, but it still breathes exciting new life into a classic while standing as a great RPG all its own.
Read full review
Murder by Numbers successfully blends a Phoenix Wright-style visual novel with a Picross-style puzzle game by making each aspect great in its own right.
Kentucky Route Zero is a beautiful poetry generator in the body of a point-and-click adventure game.
Wattam is a weird and wild fever dream of a game, but it's the most enjoyable fever dream I've ever had.
Monster Hunter World: Iceborne adds loads of impressive monsters and tons of quality-of-life improvements to an already incredible game.
Far: Lone Sails is a gorgeous little game with an incredible soundtrack and a journey packed full of both stressful and serene moments alike.
Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order is a fun, if fairly simple, comic book beat-em-up that's enjoyable alone or with friends alike.
Defector is fun, but shallow mechanics and a brief, jumbled story keep it from being the appealing spy game it starts out as.
Trover Saves the Universe is a short and sweet VR platformer wrapped in one of the most ridiculous and funny video game stories you'll ever see.
SteamWorld Quest's card-based RPG combat offers an insane amount of choice, making it as flexible as it is fun.