Fairy Tail’s story of a guild of mercenary wizards is a natural fit for a JRPG, and few can deliver a character-centric, feel-good JRPG like Gust.
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Paper Mario: The Origami King is a shining example of how to make comedy work in a videogame, though its RPG side might be too light for some.
Sisters Royale channels the clever design that set Castle of Shikigami apart from its peers, but with a much more humorous story and a super-cute art style.
Deadly Premonition 2: A Blessing in Disguise is hilarious, clever, subversive adventure from the videogame medium’s foremost surrealist.
Ghost of Tsushima wears its Akira Kurosawa inspiration on its sleeve, but a lack of authenticity leaves it looking more like The Last Samurai.
Marvel’s Iron Man VR is about as close as we’ll get to stepping into a real Iron Man armour, with a gripping original story to go with it.
Friends of Mineral Town finds just the right balance of slice-of-life charm, cuteness, and satisfying game loops, making it a perfect chill-out game.
Darius Cozmic Collection is a journey through the history of Taito’s classic, aquatic-themed shoot-’em-up, perfectly emulated by the retro masters at M2.
Summer in Mara is rough around the edges, but its tropical farming adventure and story about finding a place to call home are still delightful.
Super Mega Baseball 3 delivers a more authentic baseball sim than ever, without losing the series signature comical style.