Super Mario Maker 2 brings the greatness of old Mario levels into a creation system, just like the original did, now with even more to do than before.
Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 mostly accomplishes its mission of making a fine Marvel dungeon crawler, but the new things added hurt more than help.
Judgement takes a large amount from its big brother, the Yakuza series, but also uses detective sections and a more serious tone to set itself apart too.
Atelier Lulua: Scion of Arland continues the series focus on battling and alchemy. While also featuring great performances from its characters too.
Days Gone mixes a little Sons of Anarchy and Zombies together to create a good game that could have been great had it been about 30 hours shorter.
A notable improvement over Far Cry 5, Far Cry New Dawn bringing with it more ambition and experimentation. Although it is still lacking in a good story.
Caligula Effect Overdose serves as a good remaster. Meshing together a strategic battle system with an interesting story and anime scenery.
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice takes the Soulsborne genre and makes it its own. Delivering both beauty and challenge in one slashing motion.
The Division 2 is a better game than its predecessor on a mechanical level, but sadly it actually winds up a total letdown overall.