WARTILE is a Nordic themed "Cool-down" strategy game that will have you coming back for more. Will you be able to lead your people, and honour the memory of your late father?
An unusual game that helps you lean into existential crisis with a bit of softness and warmth; don’t let your first death be your last in this offbeat adventure.
Ember pays tribute to some of the classic isometric RPGs and makes it one of the most accessible of its type, though may not have the appeal to veterans.
A love that is lost is one of the most powerful reasons to go somewhere unknown, and love and loss are the twin tones that make up Ayesha's tale.
The journey through the Dusk continues as Gust allows for players to try a first in the series and let a dude be at the helm of the adventure, if you want.
This third and final chapter of the Dusk saga may not ring as strongly as the first, but delivers a fantastic experience derived from learning and taking risks.
Pale is an accurate description of the protagonist and the general flavor of this game overall.
Epic storytelling combined with tactical decisions and real elements of roleplaying: BeamDog takes the jewels of Black Isle Studios and ports them beautifully.
Baldur's Gate and Baldur's Gate II: Enhanced Editions come together, with all the DLC, and will positively suck up the remainder of your year if you let them.
Greedfall may not be the flashiest RPG of this generation, but it is definitely one of the best.