Spaceland takes turn-based strategy back to its classical era, yet holds such a level of atmosphere, that you'll simply breathe its playability.
A game about a candle that wants to burn brightly... but will it?
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.
Moving out of the darkness and into the light, Shadows of a Adam pays their respects to the 16bit JRPGS that fueled many childhoods.
If you enjoyed Darkest Dungeon, Mistover could be your own next greatest adventure.
BDSM: Big Drunk Satanic Massacre paints the town fifty shades of red instead of grey.
Indivisible's great combat system and inventive cast make this a dizzyingly wonderful quasi-RPG platformer.
The darkest, most disturbing part of Gleaner Heights is the sheer amount of time that must be invested before it becomes anything resembling entertaining.
The Outer Worlds is one of the better RPGs of this generation, and if not for The Witcher 3, it could easily claim the number one spot.