A successful follow-up to the blockbuster RPG, delivering both more scope and new ideas.
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Sea of Solitude provides a detailed insight into the emotional world of a person who has to deal with losses and fears.
Great Mario kit with nearly endless possibilities and enormous potential, but with comfort problems on the switch.
A captivating detective story in a believable game world paired with the horror of H.P. Lovecraft and technical problems.
Vibrant Zelda spin-off, which weaves the two templates together congenially and offers an unused, new Zelda feel.
More extensive, fancier and better. Meaningful innovations and a real story mode secure F1 2019 the place at the top of the podium.
A fun racing game snack for in between, but suffers from currency grind and strange levels of difficulty
Varied action adventure with an incredibly exciting thriller story and a lovingly staged Japanese neighborhood
A great collection of perfectly emulated and still fascinating action classics that you should definitely have played.
Total technical failure, which hides a rather exciting survival simulation somewhere
Even in the quiet moments, Blood & Truth works really well.
Layers of Fear 2 has a great atmosphere, but it's muffled by choppy controls and confusing narratology.
A bird's eye view of indie survival horror, unique for its oppressive atmosphere and atmospheric shadow play.
Solid fun racer with great team focus, but also weaknesses in track design and driving experience.
Rage 2 is a surprisingly powerful shooter hidden behind an unnecessary open world and often boring presentation.
Even though it it lacks claim in terms of gameplay, A Plague Tale convinces with an emotional story and memorable characters.
Days Gone delivers gripping survival action in a merciless post-apocalyptic world despite its forgetful story.
The best Mortal Kombat to date: bloodthirsty spanking fun with immense scope, but also extreme grind.
Tactically complex and insanely comprehensive. Dragon Ball also works aside from fighting games
My Time at Portia is fun for the whole family as a mix of farm sim and roleplaying with cute design and shallow learning curve.