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Shovel Knight: Specter of Torment is everything you could want in a 2D platformer, featuring mechanics from classic games brought forward in clever ways.
Night in the Woods is basically everything I always hope games can be. Powerful and moving with gameplay that's clever, rewarding, and unique, all wrapped up in one of my favorite presentations.
Overcooked belongs in the hall of fame of couch co-op with its delicious blend of tense gameplay and imaginative level design.
Xanadu Next encapsulates the design philosophies of the early-to-mid 2000's Falcom, culminating in one of the best PC games I've played in years.
VA-11 Hall-A is a stunning adventure that manages to deliver one of gaming's greatest stories.
This may not be the role-playing game some gamers expect from every new title but it is one of the strongest Telltale games to date.
Rebel Galaxy provides the perfect mix of player choice, balance, and challenge for fans of space combat games who don't mind the lack of 3D flight.
The 3rd is both a perfect send-off for Trails in the Sky, as well as a fantastic build-up for the titles to come.
A memorable trip into game design and development hell, The Magic Circle's only sin is that there isn't more of it to play around in.
A more than fitting end to a series already known for its gripping narrative and compelling characters.
Metal Gear Solid V is an incredible game worth a purchase by anyone remotely interested in the genre.
An easy Game of the Year contender, Inside is an example of game design executed near perfectly.
The Witcher 3 is a game that will define this generation and influence games to come with near perfect execution across the board in this Open World RPG
Improving upon the ideas started in the first game, SteamWorld Dig 2 impresses in every way imaginable.
Phantom Doctrine is a life-consuming espionage simulator that offers a deeply complex cluster of systems to explore.
Original Sin 2 may not only be a must-play for fans of classic RPG's, but it could prove to be one of the best games to help introduce those newer to the genre.
Danganronpa V3: Killiing Harmony not only gives fans more of the Danganronpa they know and love, but it elevates the series to new heights.
Pyre is simply a complete package. Everything from story and characters to art and gameplay is superb.
It's well-designed, well-polished, and encompasses everything I love about this style of game and more. A modern masterpiece in every way.
It may lack some of the expansions of the Megaton Edition, but the fresh coat of paint and bonus episode make it the definitive Duke Nukem Experience.
A triumph that mixes familiar tropes and an arsenal of bombastic weapons that makes every run exciting and new.
On the surface it just looks like a game about death as you live out the last moments of various people's lives. Search deeper, and you find it's a game celebrating how they lived.
Return of the Obra Dinn breaks the mold as an enthralling first-person mystery adventure with overtones of Edgar Allan Poe. An extrodinary conjunction of cerebral puzzles and ornate art direction.
Code 7's first two episodes are an almost absurd success, combining powerful story telling with creative gameplay into one of the most exciting episodic game launches I've ever seen.
Motion Twin maximized Dead Cells' potential early on and has polished the game ever since. This is a splendid roguelite that everyone should play.
Day of the Tentacle Remastered looks and feels just as vital today as it was back in 1993.
Yoku takes the best of pinball and gaming and drops it into a charming setting filled with likable characters. It makes for a relaxing romp that shouldn't be missed.
The Messenger is a masterful retro throwback with challenging action-platforming and a charming story to tell. It succeeds in just about everything it does.
Serves as the gameplay and story revival that fans of classic Resident Evil have wanted yet still manages to keep elements fans of modern Resident Evil enjoy.
Salt and Sanctuary is an amazing game that is well paced and has layers of gameplay that slowly unfold. This game is recommended even if you are shy of the difficulty of the Souls seriesm
Zero Escape: The Nonary Games stands as the definitive way to experience two of the best (and criminally underrated) visual novels to date.
The best story that Samurai Warriors has had to offer, as well as the addition of new mechanics to improve the experience.
An excellent murder mystery visual novel brimming with hope and despair alike. Be ready to read.
Well-written and with multiple character paths to choose from, Lamplight City isn't for puzzle seekers but will satisfy those looking for a great mystery.
Metro Exodus builds on the gameplay of the previous titles and expands it into a much broader world, adding new mechanics and expanding the narrative without padding things too much.
If you can believe it, Transistor surpasses the quality of Bastion in nearly every respect, making it a near perfect game.
The strongest collection of Jackbox titles they have ever released. With instant classics in the form of Monster Seeking Monster and Survive The Internet that will leave your mouth sore from laughing.
The Banner Saga 3 is a fantastic end to one of gaming's best trilogies. The enthralling writing and engaging combat combine into one of the most satisfying gaming experiences to be had.