Someday You'll Return is an ambitious failure. It tries to cram together too many disparate game systems while failing to handle narrative and character in a way that could've made this game work. I wanted to like it; I went into it with great enthusiasm and quit it with an equally intense frustration.
This just isn't the grand revival of the Sakura Wars franchise I was hoping for, and I'm sure that most other longtime fans will feel the same. As for newbies, there's some enjoyment here, but it just doesn't measure up to other major releases on the market right now.
Final Fantasy VII Remake falls just short of perfection, but it's clearly one of the best RPGs to release so far and is definitely a contender for RPG of the year. I'll go as far to say that this is one of the most important RPG projects of our generation, and I do think everyone, fan of the original or no, should experience it.
I've spent the last few thousand words explaining why RE3 isn't as good as RE2, but it's still a very good game. It's like a big, six-hour expansion pack. If you liked last year's RE2, you would enjoy this. Experienced players will want to give it a go on hardcore, as normal is pretty easy.
If you are a fan of One Punch Man you'll probably get a kick out of A Hero Nobody Knows but don't expect it to keep you playing long. For every minute of brilliance there is an hour of grinding to go along with it, and that's trying even for the most dedicated fans of the Caped Baldy.