I had a good time with the game, but the only downfall was the horribly designed boss fights and slow controls. I know they tried to make the game feel more horror that way, but I think they went too far with that idea.
I did enjoy my time with The Devil In Me. It was about 6-7 hours long, just enough to be played again and collect all the collectables I missed. I liked the characters and how realistic they not just looked, but sounded and acted. The game has very high re-play value, so this game can be played over and over again.
God Of War: Ragnarok is a masterful sequel. It has amazingly written story, new characters, well made battle system, beautiful world, lore, new weapons, huge boss battles… it is simply putting a masterpiece of a video game and gamers will remember this adventure for a long time to come.
Bayonetta 3 kinda let me down. It didn't feel as over-the-top-insane-action as the other two games did. It had its nice moments with the story and few twists here and there.
A Plague Tale: Requiem is a good game. It is longer than the first one. It introduces new characters, huge areas and cities, new gameplay mechanics and graphically it is a very polished game. I liked the story, even though the game was a way too long and streched.
The Shadows Of Rose was about 3 hours long. It felt much longer than that, because the game was designed in a way that every new scenario was completely new.
Even though the game was badly overacted and all the minigames and QTEs were overly easy, making the game have no difficulty whatsoever, I did enjoy little bit the New Tales From The Borderlands.
The gameplay, discovering the world and uncovering its secrets, the graphics and music, all did made me enjoy Tunic.
The Quarry is another amazing title from Supermassive Games which will keep players busy for some time.
Ghostwire: Tokyo is very good game with some new twist. It took me about 11 hours to finish this and it was satisfying to play. The game was full of Japanese folklore, which I found to be interesting and instructive.