60. Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3, 7/1059. Fist of the North Star: Lost Paradise, 9/10
This game was awesome and I'm not even too familiar with the source material, aside from a few youtube clips of "Omae wa mou shindeiru". Would recommend to any fan of Yakuza, it's epic anime shit from start to finish.
63. Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana, 9/1060. Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3, 7/10
I'm a huge MCU fan, so I kinda got a kick out of this, even though it suffers from a plethora of issues. For example the camera is just ass when you're playing with 3+ people. Graphics don't look too hot either. Still, it's a lot of fun if you have friends to play with, who enjoy Marvel stuff.
61. Resident Evil Revelations 2, 8/10
It is a pretty good co-op game, but for a solo player Revelations 1 is sooooo much better. How you end up with different endings is also really weird. Raid mode is sick though, much better than mercenaries.
62. Streets of Rage 4, 9/10
Now this is a video game. I love the old Streets or Rage games and this is a really faithful follow up. Looks gorgeous, plays great. I have no major complaints.
64. Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales, 9/1063. Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana, 9/10
Wow, this was way better than Origin, which is the only other Ys game I've played. Story was surprisingly interesting, same thing with characters. Combat is fast and fun of course. OST is just killer! So many great songs that get you pumped up for monster slaying. There is also a crazy amount of side stuff you can do if you're into that sort of stuff. Great game.
66. Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition, 9/1064. Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales, 9/10
It's gwent with an interesting story and cool side activities. Good stuff. Looks pretty as well!
65. Ghost of Tsushima, 9/10
I gotta admit, this game has a lot of flaws. Its gameplay loop is kinda repetitive, dialogue is boring most of the time and character animations can be super janky at times. Still, I really enjoyed the game. First of all, the environments are gorgeous, especially at night. This game has some of the best lighting I've ever seen in a video game. Second of all, the combat. It's a lot of fun and just complex enough to not get boring at any point in the game. Enjoyable ~35 hours for sure.
66. Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition, 9/10
I played this game over 10 years ago on the 360, it's still great, even though combat is a bit more brain dead than I remembered. There's also quite a bit of padding at times. Still, the lovable cast of characters and world building more than make up for the the game's shortcomings.
67. Yakuza Kiwami, 9/10
Feels like a good expansion to Yakuza 0. It's Yakuza, it's awesome.
68. Crash Bandicoot, 9/10
It's weird, the more I play Crash, the more I appreciate it. Classic.
Extra! Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, 9/10
Earlier this year when I played RotN for the first time, I wasn't really feeling it, but after finishing the game a couple of times more (Miriam + Zangetsu) I finally get it. Love the level design and the fact that you have so many combat options as Miriam. Also, Zangetsu is probably the coolest second playable character we've seen in a Igavania so far. Can't wait for RotN 2 or whatever it's gonna be called.
69. Catherine: Full Body, 10/10
Fitting number, lol. This game is my guilty pleasure. I beat it a bunch of times on the 360 when it came out and now I'm hooked once again. Unique gem.
74. Yakuza 5, 8/1070. Yakuza Kiwami 2, 10
Yakuza at its finest. Played a crap ton of cabaret club and mahjong this time around.
71. Yakuza 3, 8/10
Feels kinda aged at times, but it still has that Yakuza charm.
72. Donkey Kong Country, 10/10
This game is my childhood. Fucking love it.
73. Yakuza 4, 9/10
A clear step up from 3. Really like the new characters, especially Akiyama.